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  Cultural anthropology reading: Enculturation and Acculturation
We may define enculturation as the process by which individuals acquire the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values that enable them to become functioning members of their societies.
The enculturation process has two major aspects: (1) the informal, which some call "child training" and in some senses precedes and in other senses runs concurrently with (2) the formal, more commonly termed "education." The former is most likely to be carried out within the context of the family and among friends.
As the foundation for enculturation is positive reinforcement, the foundation for the acculturative process is the functional equivalent.
home.snu.edu /~hculbert/encultur.htm   (5742 words)

  
  Enculturation — A method for the Integration of Cultural Minorities   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Enculturation is defined as the process of internalizing the mental, physical and social behavior patterns of the surrounding culture.
Enculturation is an entry to exit (lifelong) process of learning to identify oneself with the unitary culture.
It is the human character to rebel against any autocratic concepts, hence the idea of unitary culture and its enculturation should be made as egalitarian as possible and then employed to the letter and spirit to produce the desirable effect of a world at peace with itself.
enculturation.rediffblogs.com   (1471 words)

  
 The 1995 Cognitive Science Conference Paper Submission Format
Enculturation into the authentic practices of a field operates not just on the mind, but on the social and material body by means of which we are grounded in the world (Bourdieu, 1992, 1997).
Enculturation is coincident with the formation of a specific habitus, a set of dispositions that structure perceptions of and actions toward the world, but are themselves structured by the experience in the world.
It is the enculturation to such a view of the world that most of the field ecologists objected while at the same time not questioning their own sets of assumptions.
www.educ.uvic.ca /faculty/mroth/conferences/AERA99/Epistemology.html   (6604 words)

  
 ENCULTURATION
Enculturation is the process by which the values and norms of a society are passed on to or acquired by its members.
Two phases of enculturation, according to him, can be distinguished: the "unconscious" stage of early years in human growth, where the individual "unconsciously" internalizes his culture; the "conscious" stage of later years, which involves innovations initiated by individuals.
It is proposed that enculturation be defined as a construct, and a process in a behavioral sense, that delineates transmission and transmutation of culture throughout human growth.
sociologyindex.com /enculturation.htm   (1211 words)

  
 Conference paper
According to Bishop enculturation can not be done by one person to another, culture is not a ‘thing’ which is transmitted from one person to another, nor is the learner merely a passive recipient of culture from the Enculturator.
Enculturation is an interpersonal process and therefore it is an interactive process between the teacher and the taught.
Since mathematical enculturation is an intentional, shaping process, the teacher’s task is to create a particular kind of social environment for the learner and it is the learner’s task to construct ideas and modify them in interaction with that environment.
www.nottingham.ac.uk /csme/meas/papers/vijayalakshmi.html   (2352 words)

  
 Enculturation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Enculturation is the process whereby an established culture teaches an individual by repeatition with its accepted norms and values, so that the individual can become an accepted member of the society and find their sutable role.
Enculturation is the process where the culture that is currently established teaches an individual the accepted norms and values of the culture or society in which the individual lives in.
Enculturation also happens unconsciously, through events and behaviors that prevail in their culture.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Enculturation   (554 words)

  
 Part II The Novice Mathematician's Encounter With Mathematical Abstraction as an Enculturation Process
Tension in the interaction between novice and expert is generated when the difference in their facility to formalise is exposed: while the expert and the novices may agree about the method of approaching a problem, they seem to differ in terms of the implementation of the approach.
Another necessary aspect of the enculturation process seems to be reconciliation between intuitive mathematical practices as a way to gain mathematical insight and formal mathematical language as a way to refine and establish these insights rigorously.
The expert's enculturating role then is elevated from the strictly mathematically-topical to the meta-topical, to demystifying not only particular proofs and solutions but also the rules of the game.
www.uea.ac.uk /~m011/thesis/chapter10/2.htm   (895 words)

  
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The paper focuses on the enculturation of two of the teachers whose experiences demonstrate the often complex interplay of biographical and contextual factors involved in beginning teacher enculturation.
The central purpose of the paper is to illustrate the limitations of two contrasting conceptual frameworks of beginning teacher enculturation and to argue that an interactionist model is better able to account for the enculturation processes evidenced in the two teachers.
The enculturation of both Laura and Louise was strongly influenced by anticipatory socialisation stemming from their own school days, as evidenced by their attempts to visualise how former, admired teachers would have attempted to solve specific problems which faced them.
www.aare.edu.au /94pap/nimmg94378.txt   (6275 words)

  
 Incomplete Enculturation: The Role of Hearing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The fact that common definitions of enculturation never mention biological factors implies that a factor such as hearing is simply assumed to be part of the individual’s makeup.
Enculturation is a social activity and for someone with mild to moderate deafness, participation in social activities is often attenuated.
Enculturation proceeds via factors both conscious and unconscious, and is affected by numerous familial and social factors, proceeding via culture and biology.
www.anthroglobe.ca /docs/keyesg_enculthearing_060709.htm   (5138 words)

  
 Dr U.E. Umorem - Enculturation and Inculturation: The Gospel of Liberation and the Culture of African Womanhood
She says enculturation is "the process of learning a culture in all its uniqueness and particularity".
These categories constitute the context of enculturation, that is, the context of the process of the African woman being taught and she herself learning both consciously and unconsciously the derogatory-positive components of life in the culture of African womanhood.
We affirm that just as enculturation served the purposes of learning, teaching and passing on the contents of the culture of African women in bondage, enculturation is now to be used for learning and perpetuating the culture of the African women as liberated and developing.
www.sedos.org /english/umorem.htm   (3811 words)

  
 Enculturation - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Discrimination, historical loss and enculturation: culturally specific risk and resiliency factors for alcohol abuse among American Indians *.
A Borneo childhood;: Enculturation in Dusun society (Case studies in education and culture)
Enculturation and socialization in an Ijaw village (Case studies in education and culture)
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /enculturation.htm   (129 words)

  
 ifeminists.com > editorial > From the Forum: Constructed Gender?
Often referred to as "enculturation", the idea is that not only is your social gender role a matter of sociology, but your inner gender identity is as well.
Enculturation theory is an important part of many branches of modern feminist thought and, if true, enculturation theory has a number of exceedingly important and wide-ranging implications.
Unfortunately for enculturation proponents, there is a rather major problem with the theory, one they are generally either ignorant of or choose to ignore for convenience sake.
www.ifeminists.net /introduction/editorials/2003/0520myria.html   (2252 words)

  
 Journal of Studies on Alcohol - July 2004 Selected Abstracts
Structural equation modeling was used to evaluate direct and potential mediating effects of latent constructs of enculturation (a resiliency factor) and historical loss (a risk factor) on the relationship between discrimination and meeting criteria for 12-month alcohol abuse.
Enculturation neither mediated nor moderated the effects of discrimination but had an independent negative effect on alcohol abuse.
In a combined model comprising both enculturation and historical loss, the effects of discrimination on 12-month alcohol abuse were mediated.
www.rci.rutgers.edu /~alcstud/journal/july04/abstract.shtml   (1350 words)

  
 Journal of Studies on Alcohol - July 2004 Selected Abstracts
Structural equation modeling was used to evaluate direct and potential mediating effects of latent constructs of enculturation (a resiliency factor) and historical loss (a risk factor) on the relationship between discrimination and meeting criteria for 12-month alcohol abuse.
Enculturation neither mediated nor moderated the effects of discrimination but had an independent negative effect on alcohol abuse.
In a combined model comprising both enculturation and historical loss, the effects of discrimination on 12-month alcohol abuse were mediated.
alcoholstudies.rutgers.edu /journal/july04/abstract.shtml   (1350 words)

  
 smith
This ethical enculturation is evidenced by the inclusion of ethics in the curriculum, the articulated conceptual framework, the classroom environment, the interactions between and among faculty and students, and nursing faculty and students’ interactions with patients.
The principle antecedents of the concept of ethical enculturation of baccalaureate nursing students are those aspects of the educational environment that led to the permeation of ethics throughout the curriculum and the assimilation of ethical values by the nursing students.
Ethical enculturation, as developed by this author, is the permeation of ethics throughout the entire curriculum and educational process of baccalaureate nursing students and the assimilation of ethical values by these students.
www.hsu.edu /default.aspx?id=3563   (4945 words)

  
 Glenn W. Olsen
Such general enculturation, found in every society, remained in the middle ages, whether in the hands of the master teaching his apprentice, the knight his squire, or the peasant mother her children.
Whereas in Plato's Athens, so to speak, the city had primarily been the enculturating institution and the Academy the institution of cultural criticism, now the two were tied together, and, as it turns out, this was to remain to the present.
Enculturation is, after all, but one of the issues, and most people are going to see not only their now diminished role as not simply a sign of loss of power but in some sense as the victory of untruth.
www.ewtn.com /library/ACADEMIC/FR92102.HTM   (8023 words)

  
 Teaching Thinking Dispositions: From Transmission to Enculturation
Based on the enculturation model, you decide to organize your teaching and classroom so that students are (1) exposed to exemplars of metacognition, (2) have opportunities to interact with one another around metacognitive practices and activities, and (3) receive direct instruction in metacognitive attitudes and techniques.
The purpose of an enculturation model of teaching is to provide guidelines for creating a culture of thinking in the classroom that promotes, from all quarters, the development of good thinking dispositions.
The enculturation model focuses on three key aspects of culture-building: exemplars, which concern the models of thinking that are present in the learning environment; interaction, which concerns the tenor and content of relations among members of the classroom; and direct instruction, which concerns the direct teaching of culturally important concepts, activities and skills.
learnweb.harvard.edu /alps/thinking/docs/article2.html   (4236 words)

  
 Enculturation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Enculturation, the achievement of at-homeness, is a mixed blessing.
Discrimination, historical loss and enculturation: culturally specific risk and resiliency factors for alcohol abuse amo...
Enculturation Much of the research on effects of...
hallencyclopedia.com /Enculturation   (354 words)

  
 Unit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Define the terms acculturation, diffusion, enculturation, innovation and assimilation in their own words.
Discuss in the depth the concept of enculturation and ask students if they can explain ways they were acculturated into American society.
Students will also be assessed on their ability to demonstrate a thorough understanding of the concepts in a short essay style quiz and or test.
www.auburn.edu /~warecan/conceptlesson.htm   (754 words)

  
 Electronic Journal Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
As I was navigating on Enculturation, I recognized some advantages it had over traditional paper journal, as well some things that needed a little improvement.
As stated on the introduction page: “Enculturation is a space devoted to theoretical approaches to discourse, culture, and society.
Enculturation, and generally all electronic journals, expands the world of academia by creating an intellectually free space for scholars and researchers.
www.calstatela.edu /faculty/jbay/550/elton/Review.html   (1225 words)

  
 CHAPTER VIII
Enculturation, says Mischa Titiev, is the "conscious or unconscious conditioning occurring within that learning process whereby man, as child and adult, achieves competence in his culture."
Enculturation, simplified for clarity's sake, means the process whereby a cultural community transmits its values and mores to its young.
The term "acculturation" is the more usual correlative term of enculturation, but I am using exculturation to suggest more strongly the contrast between the net effects of the two upon the education.
www.crvp.org /book/Series03/III-7/chapter_viii.htm   (6951 words)

  
 Perspective - Mosaic "Eggs"
Ronald Taft in his essay The Role and Personality of the Mediator defines enculturation as the process where "a person acquires the specific knowledge and skills that are required to live in that culture."(p.62) Enculturation, however, is a very general term.
Different combinations of primary and secondary cultures or a different level of attachment to the birth culture are bound to produce different degrees of secondary enculturation and thus a different pattern of cultural mosaicism that is completely relative to the individual.
This idea of individual relativism is precisely echoed in Bochner's essay The Social Psychology of Cultural Mediation of cultural-learning in the light of becoming a cultural mediator, where multiple cultural factors of the individual affect his or her effectiveness to bridge two cultures.
msittig.freeshell.org /articles/OYCF_MosaicEggs.html   (3101 words)

  
 Amazon.com: enculturation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Enculturation and socialization in an Ijaw village (Case studies in education and culture) by Philip Leis (Paperback - 1972)
Enculturation and socialization in an Ijaw village (Case studies in cultural anthropology) by Philip E Leis (Paperback - 1983)
The Samoan immigrant: Acculturation, enculturation, and the child in school (University of Hawaii) by Mildred Bloombaum (Unknown Binding - 1973)
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=enculturation&tag=lexico&index=blended&link_code=qs&page=1   (396 words)

  
 Cultural Differences
Cultural heritage is learned through enculturation and socialization by institutions, experiences, one's fulfillment of psychological and basic needs.
Enculturation is the process of acquiring the characteristics of a given culture- language, behaving, and knowing..
Both enculturation and socialization processes are initiated at birth by others- parents, siblings, physicians, teachers, and neighbors.
www.d84.org /FTP/546/multi/page3.htm   (269 words)

  
 Tim Gutmann: Dissertation abstract
Analysis of this long-term, in depth case study followed ethnographic methods and drew on theories of rites of passage, organizational socialization, self-identity, and evolution.
The role of mathematics in the departmental culture and in the newcomer's enculturation is investigated.
Societal prejudice in favor of innumeracy as well as the newcomer's personal struggle with finding a balance between his own sense of the importance of academic freedom and a perceived expectation of uniformity strongly influenced enculturation process.
faculty.une.edu /cas/tgutmann/abstract.html   (171 words)

  
 Humbul full record view for -- Enculturation : a journal for rhetoric, writing and culture
Enculturation: a journal for rhetoric, writing and culture is a ejournal devoted to current debates about postmodernism, technology and capitalism.
With postmodernism being the main interest of the journal, Enculturation explores topics as diverse as film, machines and biotechnology.
As a result, the divide between 'high' and 'low' culture is elegantly bridged and the exchange between academia and pop culture is at its most vibrant.
www.humbul.ac.uk /output/full2.php?id=1999   (196 words)

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