# A religion or culture has specific values what are these known asa. universal valuesb. intrinsic valuesc. extrinsic valuesd. group-specific values

The option A is correct i.e.

• Universal values

A religion or culture has specific values and these values are called universal values because universal values have same values or worth for all and for all people.

The correct answer is : D. Group-Specific Values

Reason: Religions aren't universal and only specific groups of people are religious

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