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3. Which of the following is an example of a non-material aspect of culture?
A. Church Building
B. An altar
C. Religious decoration
D. Burning of incense
E. Burial site

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  1. All of them usually cost money

    How does your text define non-material aspect of culture?

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  2. Nonmaterial culture includes beliefs practices aesthetics (what they see as attactive) and values of a group of people. What members of a local culture produce in their material culture reflects the beliefs and values of their nonmaterial culture

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  3. Is it D

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  4. It could be D. However, I think all of those fit your text's description.

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  5. It says Material Culture is a group of people that includes things they construct such as art houses clothing sports dance and foods.

    So I thought A B C E are all Material Culture

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  6. Ahh -- that clarifies the answer.

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  7. So D Is correct?

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  8. Yes.

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  9. A.

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