Sports sociology examines sports as a part of the culture and social fabric of life.
it changes by finding new activities for your culture to do. it also includes new rules and punishments. all of this is part of cultural diffusion. which is when you "adopt" something from another's culture.
The different social classes still exist in the United States. We are actually part of a social class
Education can play a part in the development of a culture but only as long as the education is free of bias. If it is not then all education does is to uncritically support a culture and it's world-view.
Social institutions are part of the nonmaterial culture.
Non-material culture is a part of culture that consists of the abstract, nonphysical, or intangible aspects of society which humans create and which affect people's behavior. This includes their values, norms, beliefs, customs, rules, morals, language, institutions, and organizations. When sociologists consider this, they refer to several processes that a culture uses to influence its members' thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The most important of these include language, symbols, norms, and values.
The customs, values, social institutions, art, music, dance, language, and traditions that are part of a society's culture. A+
A normal practice for a particular society. LOL
Social institutions are an instrument of the socialization process. Socialization has many mediums and tools ranging from the family, education and citizen integration into society. Social institutions are instruments in fostering these processes.
Culture-- Nova Net Answer