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Non-material and Material Culture
e) In brief, sociologists define the non-material aspects of culture as the values and beliefs, language, communication, and practices that are shared in common by a group of people.
c) This aspect of culture includes a wide variety of things, from buildings, technological gadgets, and clothing, to film, music, literature, and art, among others.
a) Culture is composed of both non-material and material things.
b) On the other hand, material culture is composed of the things that humans make and use.
d) Expanding on these categories, culture is made up of our knowledge, common sense, assumptions, and expectations.