Chapter 2 : Culture and Identity

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Chapter 2 : Culture and Identity
1 Defining Culture
1.1 Marxism
1.1.1 Culture shaped by capitalism
1.1.2 Culture as ideology
1.2 Mass Culture
1.2.1 Popular Culture
1.2.2 Manufactured by Media
1.3 High Culture
1.3.1 Aesthetically Superior
1.3.2 Elitist
1.4 Functionalism
1.4.1 Culture is product of value consensus
1.4.2 Core Culture promotes social order
2 Socialisation
2.1 Functionalism
2.1.1 Family as personality factory
2.1.2 Socialisation into value consensus
2.2 Primary Socialisation
2.2.1 Family and Parenting
2.2.2 Social Control
2.3 Secondary Socialisation
2.3.1 Education
2.3.2 Media
2.3.3 Religion
2.3.4 Peer Group
2.4 Marxism
2.4.1 Socialisation into ruling class values
2.4.2 False Needs
3 Social Class and Identity
3.1 Upper-class identity
3.1.1 Social closure
3.1.2 conservative value system
3.2 Middle-class Identity
3.2.1 Fragmentation
3.2.2 Suburban and meritocratic
3.3 Working-class Identity
3.3.1 Traditional - work as source of identity
3.3.2 New individualistic working class
3.3.3 Underclass
3.4 Decline of class identity
3.4.1 Hybrid Identity
3.4.2 Persistence of class inequality
4 Gender and sexuality
4.1 Hegemonic masculinity and feminity
4.1.1 Gender-role socialisation
4.1.2 Traditional gender role
4.2 Changing femininities and masculinities
4.2.1 Genderquake
4.2.2 Feminisation of the workplace
4.3 Homosexuality
4.3.1 Discrimination
4.3.2 Gay Culture
5 Age And disability
5.1 Social construction of age
5.1.1 childhood
5.1.2 Adolescence and youth subcultures
5.1.3 old age and ageism
5.2 Disability
5.2.1 Medical Model Vs Social model
6 Ethnicity and nationality
6.1 asian identity
6.1.1 Family socialisation
6.1.2 Religious Influences
6.2 African-Caribbean idenity
6.2.1 Peer-group pressure
6.2.2 Mixed-race identity
6.3 National identity
6.3.1 Britishness
6.3.2 Celtic Idenity
6.3.3 Multiculturalism
6.3.4 Gloablisation

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