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What is a restriction on behavior imposed by social custom?
Taboo-A restriction on behavior imposed by social custom.
What is the frequent repetition of an act to the extent that it becomes characteristic of a group of people?
Culture can be defined as a repetitive act that a group performs until it becomes a characteristic of a group.
What is a repetitive act performed by a group?
Custom. A repetitive act of a group, performed to the extent that it becomes a characteristic of the group. Habit. A repetitive act that a particular individual performs. Taboo.
What is the main effect of modern communications on social customs?
raceThe main effect of modern communications on social customs has been toincrease the similarity of social customs in different locations.
Which of the following is the best example of a perceptual region?
The Middle Eastern countries share the same mutual feelings with each other in such regard. Hence, they are a classic example of a perceptual region.
What makes a region Formal?
A formal region is an area with a high level of consistency in a certain cultural or physical attribute. Formal regions are uniform or homogeneous areas where everyone in that region shares common attributes or traits like language, climate or political system.
What is the weirdest law in Texas?
In LeFors, Texas, it is illegal to take more than 3 drinks (sips or swallows) of a beer while standing up. It’s not completely clear why this became a law. Eating your neighbor’s garbage without permission can land you in jail for trespassing and property theft. In Texas, it is illegal to milk another person’s cow.
What products are Texas known for?
Texas is the nation’s #1 cotton-producer. The state named cotton their official state fiber/fabric in 1997. Other important products in this category are greenhouse and nursery products, corn for grain, hay (#3 among the states), and wheat.
What are the 3 most valuable cash crops in Texas?
Wheat for grain is one of the state’s most valuable cash crops. In 2018, wheat was exceeded in value by cotton, hay, and corn.
What are the most important industries in Texas?
Some of the major industries in the state of Texas include petroleum and natural gas, farming, steel, banking, and tourism. Most of these industries require postsecondary training, although the amount of education needed depends on the specialization.