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- Norm Categories. Sociologists have separated norms into four categories: folkways, mores, laws, and taboos. Folkways.
- Norms and Values - National Institute for Open Schooling
- In sociology, these are known an norms and values. In this .
- sociology - assign 2 Norm Violation
- Intro to Sociology Important norms in a society apply everywhere and at all times. Folkways are another type of norm that are less significant than mores.
- Ethnography Paper Examples - Sociology - The Ohio State University
- As deﬁned in Sociology: A Brief Introduction, by Richard T. Schaefer, a norm is . folkways.
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- Mores - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Mores, in sociology, are any given society's particular norms, virtues, or values.
- Sumner was one of the first Americans to teach sociology in a major a) Folkways - are relatively weak norms which are only mildly enforced in a society.
- Sociology: Cultural Norms - CliffsNotes
- Sociologists speak of at least four types of norms: folkways, mores, taboos, and laws.
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