Nonmaterial Culture

Nonmaterial culture (along with material culture) is one of the two components that comprise culture.

Material culture is made up of all of the physical components of a societal culture: cities, neighborhoods, schools, churches, tools, and vehicles to name a few.

Nonmaterial culture is comprised of the non-tangible components of culture like beliefs, thoughts, ideas, norms, values, and language.

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