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9 December, 08:31

Which of the following statements about values and norms of a culture is not true? A. They do not influence social structure B. They are the evolutionary product of a number of factors C. They are influenced by religion D. The values and norms of a society do not emerge fully formed

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  1. 9 December, 09:23
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    D. The values and norms of a society do not emerge fully formed

    Explanation:

    In a society, norms are expressed through rules or principles. Principles express values and norms are eminently instrumental in character - not that they don't express values either. Norms are rules of social coexistence or action guides, because they tell us what we should and should not do and how to do it. Values, in turn, are philosophical principles that guide the common sense of any individual, varying in forms and customs. Both emerge fully formed in a culture, shaping society to your taste. In addition, we can say that within a culture, values and norms do not influence social structure, they are the evolutionary product of several factors and are influenced by religion.
  2. 9 December, 10:04
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    A. They do not influence social structure

    Explanation:

    The system of how different strata of society interact and relate to each other is known as the social structure.

    Social norm is the behavior society deems acceptable.

    The social structure is influenced by social norms through the interaction that the majority and minority group have. The existence of majority and minority groups leads to the hierarchical structure of society.
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