(noun) The process of studying an individual’s behavior within the context of their culture and society.
(noun) Reverence and respect given to one’s parents and ancestors.
(noun) Umbrella term for purely aesthetic arts, such as music, painting, and poetry.
(noun) Socially approved and traditional norms or standards of everyday behavior.
1. (noun) Anything with the authority or power to coerce or influence an individual, place or thing (object); 2. (noun) An individual or group processing or exercising authority, influence, or power; 3. (noun) A group of people engaged in an activity.
(noun) Criminal falsification through reproduction or modification of an object with fraudulent intent.
(noun) Learning of academic knowledge and skills.
(noun) Norms that are established by an authority and that are punishable when broken.
(noun) An impersonal organization that is typically large and highly structured, formed to achieve explicit tong-term objectives and designed to maximize efficiency.
(noun) A sanction that is officially recognized by an authority and enforced.
(noun) Umbrella term used to describe various groups from diverse backgrounds, cultures and societies who are stigmatized, voiceless or underrepresented.
(noun) An intentional deception devised to take money or property from an individual or group.
(noun) Any consequence of social structures that positively affect society and impacts structural continuity.
(noun) A theory that views society as a complex but orderly and stable system with interconnected structures and functions or social patterns that operate to meet the needs of individuals in a society.
(noun) A religious movement that requires a strict and typically literal interpretation of core texts and adherence to traditional beliefs, doctrines, and rituals.