The practice of acknowledging friends who are not biologically related as kin
The practice of considering kin only people who are biologically related
The practice of acknowledging as kin people who are not biologically related
The practice of acknowledging as important people who are not biologically related
All cultures are set up to deal with the universal problems that societies face.
These problems are all connected with trying to meet eith physical or psychological needs
All problems can be dealt with the principle of binary opposites
A nd b
What the main principles that govern the way the human mind work?
How does this institution contribute the overall stability of society?
How does economic factors influence the type of culture that develops?
What are the laws of development that apply to all cultures?
None of the above
What purpose in society does this institution serve?
How do population and economic factors influence the type of culture that develops?
Do all cultures develop complex rules that are developed on binary opposites
Is it only the material of culture that is important?
Individuals who are unaware of the experiment
Individuals who are members of the experiment teams
Individuals who simply watch the experiment
Individuals who create and design the experiment
How the onlookers perceived the event
If the confederate reacted positively or negatively
How the experiment was designed
The fact that the experiment was held in Grand Central Station
The unconscious mind can be unlocked through dream analysis and hynosis
By identifying the factors that motivate human behaviour, psychologist can predict and control it-they can treat patients with problem behaviours
By controlling the way in which humans learn behaviour, society can have a great influence on the their ultimate personalities
States that children respond better to flexible rules in their upbringing.
Id, ego, trickster
Id, ego, superego
Ego, archetype, anima
Animus, superego, id
B. F. Skinner
Individuals who constantly break the law
Indivuals whose behaviour is different from the societal norm
Individuals who enjoy be different
Individuals who question the legal system
The outdated view that racial and ethnic minorities would gradually be absorbed into the culture of the majority, through public institutions like school
A theory that suggests the best way to understand a society is to understand all the parts that are assimilated into the whole
An individual who beliefs that race, religion and gender are very important
An indivuals who believes that it is dangerous to be too assimilatinist