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What is sociology and cultural anthropology? The sociology field involves investigating groups of individuals who influence a nation, state, or district. Cultural anthropology is the study of “cultures” that have been developed by individuals of specific groups. The study of traditions, languages, relationships, intelligence, standards, and opinions of a sect is cultural anthropology. Social groups, cultural influences, collective behavior, and population play an important role in the development of societies.
The individuals received e-mails or interviewed personally. The partakers came from church, Bible study, and teachers. This study has statistics and selected sampling incorporated into it. Selected sampling is an extensive overview of surveys, which include individuals from different backgrounds, ages, and experiences. Every question posed, received a response. If they did not feel comfortable with answering the questions then they did not have to. Sociologist cannot analysis everyone’s opinion when conducting his or her survey. They start with a general study of a specific subject and then, they break it farther down to a more specific region of the subject they are learning.
What are primary, secondary, and “institution” groups? Primary groups are people who are closest to you, such as family. Primary groups include nuclear and extended family. Fifty-five percent of individuals have one to ten relatives in their extended family. Forty percent have eleven to twenty-one members outside their nuclear family. Five percent had twenty-two or greater family members in their extended family. Forty percent of the nuclear family has adolescents living with them. Sixty percent did not have children living with them. Nuclear families consist mainly of adults. Ninety-five percent of the homes have one to two grownups living in it. Five percent have three adults living in the home. Did you know that churches are primary groups? Churches are primary groups because as believers, we are part of the family of God. Secondary groups are individuals who have an occupation. Secondary group are important to society because these people help our nation, state, and counties function. Fifty five percent of the citizens work in a profession field. The people in the profession field had careers such as teaching, ministering, and working at IBM. Ten percent are blue -collar workers. Five percent are white-collar employees and five percent are clerical workers. Lastly, fifteen percent of the people did not have a vocation. An institution includes marriage and education. The statistics showed that fifteen percent of the citizens did not receive an education after high school. On the other hand, forty percent did receive one to four and five to nine years of education beyond high school. There was only five percent who received an education of ten years or greater after high school. The matrimony years fluctuated significantly. Ten percent of the people are not married. Twenty- five percent have been married for one to twenty years. The highest percentage of marriage years fell at twenty-one to forty-one years at forty-five percent. Fifteen percent of the people have been married for fifty years. Five percent did not put how long they have been married.
Religion influences cultures and societies in numerous ways. Everyone who participated is a Bible-believing Christian. Of the twenty people questioned, three of them did not live in a Christian home. These three are Jewish. At home, they practiced Judaism and they lived in a Jewish community. Out of the three, two of them became believers when they were young adults. One Jewish individual became a believer when he was an adolescent.
Another topic, which is noteworthy for sociologists to learn about, is people's dwelling places. Another question that was asked was, how long have you resided in North Carolina and at your current address? The information accumulated showed thirty –five percent of the citizens have resided in North Carolina for one to twenty years as well as twenty-one to forty-one years. Twenty percent lived in North Carolina for forty-two to sixty-two years. Lastly, ten percent resided in this state for over sixty-three years. Some people were born and raised here. Eighty percent have resided at their present home for one to twenty years. Twenty percent have lived at their present address for twenty-one to forty-one years.
Collective behavior refers to how citizens conduct themselves at a gathering, rather than as an individual. This category includes citizens’ perspectives on particular problems. Collective groups can be structured or unorganized. As the body of Christ, our collective performance ought to exemplify Christ. People who consider themselves Bible-believing Christians tend to be conservative in their ideas. Participates were asked if they consider themselves conservative, moderate, or liberal in their thinking. The figures show that five percent are ultra-conservative as well as moderate in their values. Ninety percent consider themselves conservative in their viewpoints. Ideology and ethics for Bible-believing Christians should be different compared to the secular world.
As Christians, we may not recognize it, but we do have an influence on our civilization. Entities are constantly observing how we conduct ourselves. Our nation, whether it is in government or communities, has had some sort of Christian influence in it. Social groups, cultural influences, collective behavior, and the populace do influence societies.