Describe the cultural beliefs and biases of your chosen subculture, as well as some of their norms and taboos.

Another key cultural concept is norms, which are rules that tell people what behavioris or is not acceptable (Ferris & Stein, 2020). Norms might be formal, suchas codified laws, or informal, such as the unspoken understanding that oneshould not pick his or her nose in public. Norms are relative, meaning, theyvary by culture, time period, and situation. In some areas of Japan, forexample, eating basashi, or raw horse meat sashimi, is considered a delicacy.It is an accepted behavior. In America, however, eating raw horse meat would beconsidered a violation of a social norm. It would be considered unacceptable.In fact, this behavior would be taboo in American culture, as horses aredomesticated and are considered to be well-respected animals. A taboo is a serious violation of a social norm.
ASSIGNMENT:While culturerefers to the way of life of a group of people, a subculture is a culturewithin a culture. A subculture is a social world that can be based on anythingthat draws individuals together and that has a distinctive way of life, as ourtextbook explains. Cosplayers, Red Sox fans, bikers, and hip hop fans are allexamples of subcultures. Even the workplace can have its own subculture.
In this discussion, begin by selecting asubculture that you have learned about or to which you have had exposure. Youmay have learned about the subculture through television, through newscoverage, or through your peer groups. Describe the cultural beliefs and biasesof your chosen subculture, as well as some of their norms and taboos. Are thereany positive or negative sanctions that one might be subject to for conformingto or violating a social norm? Make sure to address all the above questions in your assignment.