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ErmaDawn ErmaDawn
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7 years ago
The authors Wade, Tavris, and Garry (2014) state, “We are like fish that are unaware they live in water, so obvious is water in their lives. Sociocultural psychologists study the water—the social and cultural environments that people ‘swim’ in every day” (p. 20). Describe two examples from your personal experience that illustrate how cultural rules influence the way we perceive the world and relate to others.



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7 years ago
Every human needs water without water we cant survive. Every culture drinks water.
ErmaDawn Author
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7 years ago
Hi, I guess I am confused, am I to write about water?  Im never going to make through this class.. lol Help
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7 years ago
is not about water is about similarities here is one

From an early age, individuals learn the proper way to greet each other. However,
greetings differ considerably from one culture to another. In the U.S., individuals are
taught to shake hands; in Japan, individuals bow; in India, "namaste" would be the proper
way to greet each other.

Another example is the Time change influence on us and we think that the rest of the world is the same but is not. You have to give your own examples personal examples. The best example is the first one. Hope that helps.
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