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What are the difference between values and norms
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What are the difference between values and norms
Norms are the social expectations that guide behaviour. For example, it is a norm that you will say thank you if anyone does something for you.

Values are the core beliefs of a society or group of people about what is desirable or undesirable. Values shape norms. So in that context, we value being polite and considerate which is why it is a norm to thank someone for doing something for you.
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