(noun) Unplanned and spontaneous learning of behaviors, norms, and values, which typically occurring outside of formal (school) settings.
(noun) A casual behavior to which an individual generally conforms.
(noun) A sanction that is not enforced or punished by an authority but that occurs in everyday interactions with other people.
(noun) An individual that shares knowledge with a researcher from an insider’s perspective, particularly for ethnographic research.
(noun) A society that produces non-material goods and services as opposed to material goods or agricultural products.
(noun) A protocol in ethical research practices that participants are made fully aware of the purpose of the research, the costs or risks involved in participation, possible benefits to the participant, what will be done with the data collected, and the assurance that no research will occur without their permission.
(noun) An incident that occurs outside the process of law that does not involve repeated violence.
(noun) Anything an individual receives from another individual after they die—typically money or property.
(noun) The improvement or redesign of something that already exists, typically referring to a good, service, or process.
(noun) A tendency to behave in certain ways that is unlearned and often considered innate.
(noun) A large-scale social arrangement that is stable and predictable, created and maintained to serve the needs of society.
(noun) Discriminatory policies and practices favorable to a dominant group and unfavorable to another group that are systematically embedded in the existing structure of society in the form of norms.
(noun) The act or process of establishing a new norm in a society.
(noun) A leader focused primarily on accomplishing tasks.
(noun) A dominate task oriented leader in the public sphere, taking care of economic needs, and serving as an authority figure that makes decisions within a family.
(noun) A marriage between individuals with different cultural or ethnic backgrounds.
(noun) The idea that a majority will only support the interests of a minority if their interests align.
(noun) The changes in status between individuals of different generations of a family.
(adjective) Concerning two or more nations.
(noun) An act of terrorism committed by terrorists who are not native to that country.