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  1. Sep 2016
    1. Then they had to learn what the little marks on paper represented. They also had to know the meaning of space and lines and pages. They had learned cultural rules like “move your eyes from left to right, from the top of the page to the bottom.” They had to know that a sentence at the bottom of a page continues on the top of the next page.

      cultural knowledge

    2. concern with the meaning of actions and events to the people we seek to understand

      ethnography- learning about other people

    3. the almost universal belief that all people define the real world of objects, events, and living creatures in pretty much the same way.

      definition of naive realism

    4. naive realism, the almost universal belief that all people define the real world of objects, events, and living creatures in pretty much the same way.