Values, attitudes, beliefs and behaviors



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b. Social values. These values are formed in the home, schools, peer groups, neighborhoods, communities. Through these institutions, a behavior code is given and people not only learn what is expected of them, but they build their own value system.

To further explain, social values can be divided into four classes and they are:
(1) Folkways - values people accept out of habit.
(2) Morals - morality that governs values.
(3) Institutional - ways or practices set up under law.
(4) Taboos - the emphatic do’s and don’ts of a particular society.




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