(noun) The act or process of socialization through which people learn what is considered “good” and “bad” or “acceptable” and “unacceptable”.
(noun) Socially approved norms or standards of moral and ethical behavior.
(noun) The smallest meaningful linguistic unit in a language.
1. (noun) The study of the structure of words; 2. (noun) The formal rules for structuring words.
(noun) The rate of deaths in a population over a year expressed per 1000.
(noun) A female parent of a child.
(adjective) Concerning two or more cultures.
(noun) The premeditated act or process of an individual or group unlawfully killing another individual or group.
1. (noun) A story describing a worldview or the origin of natural, cultural, or social phenomena typically involving historical events, morality lessons, and supernatural beings; 2. (noun) A false belief or half-truth that intentionally or unintentionally perpetuates norms or misinformation.
1. (noun) A collection of stories that embody or explain the worldview of an individual or group; 2. (noun) The study of myths.