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Such factors include:
 
Such factors include:
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*[[Attitudes]]
 
*[[Child rearing practices]]
 
*[[Child rearing practices]]
 
*[[Cross cultural difference]]
 
*[[Cross cultural difference]]
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*[[Cultural identity]]
 
*[[Cultural identity]]
 
*[[Culture change]]
 
*[[Culture change]]
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*[[Discrimination]]
 
*[[Ethnic identity]]
 
*[[Ethnic identity]]
 
*[[Ethnic values]]
 
*[[Ethnic values]]
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*[[Face (sociological concept)]]
 
*[[Family structure]]
 
*[[Family structure]]
 
*[[Kinship structure]]
 
*[[Kinship structure]]
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*[[Power]]
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*[[Race]]
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*[[Racial and ethnic groups]]
 
*[[Regional differences]]
 
*[[Regional differences]]
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*[[Religious beliefs]]
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*[[Religious practices]]
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*[[Reputation]]
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*[[Rituals]]
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*[[Taboos]]
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
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*[[Cultism]]
 
*[[Cultism]]
 
*[[Cultural sensitivity]]
 
*[[Cultural sensitivity]]
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*[[Culture bound syndromes]]
 
*[[Ethnography]]
 
*[[Ethnography]]
 
*[[Ethnology]]
 
*[[Ethnology]]
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*[[Outline of culture]]
 
*[[Outline of culture]]
 
*[[Psychosocial factors]]
 
*[[Psychosocial factors]]
*[[Race]]
 
*[[Racial and ethnic groups]]
 
 
*[[Risk factors]]
 
*[[Risk factors]]
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*[[Rites of passage]]
 
*[[Social processes]]
 
*[[Social processes]]
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[[Category:Culture]]
 
[[Category:Culture]]
 
[[Category:Social processes]]
 
[[Category:Social processes]]

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Sociocultural factors are the larger scale forces within cultures and societies that affect the thoughts feelings and behaviors of individuals.

Such factors include:

See also

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