Culture And Identity

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Culture And Identity by Mind Map: Culture And Identity

1. Socialization

1.1. Primary Socialization

1.1.1. Family And Parenting

1.1.2. Social Control

1.2. Secondry Socialisation

1.2.1. Education

1.2.2. Mass Media

1.2.3. Religion

1.2.4. Peer Groups

1.3. Marxism

1.3.1. Socialization Into Ruling Class Values

1.3.2. False Needs

1.4. Functionalism

1.4.1. Family As Personality Factory

1.4.2. Socialization Into Value Consensus

2. Social Class And Identity

2.1. Upper Class Identity

2.1.1. Social Closure

2.1.2. Conservative Value System

2.2. Middle Class Identity

2.2.1. Fragmentation

2.2.2. Suburban And Meritocratic

2.3. Working Class Identity

2.3.1. Traditional- Work Seen As Source Of Identity

2.3.2. New Individualistic Working Class

2.3.3. UnderClass

2.4. Decline of Class Identity

2.4.1. Hybrid Identity

2.4.2. Persistance Of Class Inequality

3. Defining Culture

3.1. High Culture

3.1.1. Aesthically Superior

3.1.2. Elitist

3.2. Mass Culture

3.2.1. Popular Culture

3.2.2. Manufactured By the Media

3.3. Marxism

3.3.1. Cultured Shaped By capitalism

3.3.2. Culture As Ideology

3.4. Functionalism

3.4.1. Culture Is A product Of Value Consensus

3.4.2. Core Culture Promotes Social order

4. Ethnicity And Nationality

4.1. Asian Identity

4.1.1. Family Socialization

4.1.2. Religious Influences

4.2. Afro-Caribbean Identity

4.2.1. Peer-Group Pressure

4.2.2. Mixed-Race Identity

4.3. National Identity

4.3.1. Britishness

4.3.2. Celtic Identity

4.3.3. Multiculturalism

4.3.4. Globalization

5. Gender And Sexuality

5.1. Hegemonic Masuclintity And Feminity

5.1.1. Gender Role Socialization

5.1.2. Traditional Gender Roles

5.2. Changing Femininities And Masculinities

5.2.1. Genderquake

5.2.2. Feminization Of WorkPlace

5.3. Homosexuality

5.3.1. Descriminialization

5.3.2. Gay Culture

6. Age And Disability

6.1. Social Construction Of Age

6.1.1. Childhood

6.1.2. Adolescence And Youth Subcultures

6.1.3. Old Age And Ageism

6.2. Disability

6.2.1. medical Model VS Social Model

7. Key Words

7.1. Aesthetic

7.1.1. Pleasing to the eye

7.2. Anomie

7.2.1. Moral confusion and uncertanty

7.3. Authenticity

7.3.1. Reflecting reality

7.4. Capatalist

7.4.1. economic system based on comepetition to produce manufactured good

7.5. Cultural Diversity

7.5.1. Diffrences between groups with regard to beliefs,values,norms.ect.

7.6. Culture

7.6.1. A way of life of a society

7.7. Customs

7.7.1. Traditional ways of doing things

7.8. Elitist

7.8.1. Belief in the superiority of a powerfull group

7.9. Ethnicity

7.9.1. Charecteristics associated with particular ethnic groups based on factors such as shared race, religion, history and language

7.10. Globalization

7.10.1. The influence on british culture of cultural products and activities based outside the UK

7.11. High Culture

7.11.1. Cultural products and activites that are defined as superior in their creativity to those that make up mass or popular culture

7.12. Identity

7.12.1. How the individual sees themselves - influenced by how others see the person

7.13. ideology

7.13.1. A set of ideas that originate with powerfull people and function to justify some type and inequality

7.14. Mass culture

7.14.1. Cultural products that are consumed by large numbers of people

8. Key words

8.1. Nationalism

8.1.1. Strong belief and devotion to the concept of a nation, e.g. Strong pride in being scotish

8.2. Norms

8.2.1. Ways of behaving

8.3. Nurture

8.3.1. Bringing up or teaching (usualy children)

8.4. Peer Group

8.4.1. Friendship networks

8.5. Popular Culture

8.5.1. Cultural products such as film and television, pop music, etc, enjoyed by large numbers of people.

8.6. Rituals

8.6.1. traditional ceremonies e.g. state opening of parliment

8.7. Social Class

8.7.1. Socio-economic status, usually based on job and income

8.8. Socialization

8.8.1. The process of teaching and learning culture

8.9. Social Roles

8.9.1. The norms attached to particular statuses

8.10. Society

8.10.1. Community bound together by social institutions, culture, ect.

8.11. Specialized Devision Of Labour

8.11.1. The organization of work and jobs in society

8.12. State

8.12.1. The government and all its supporting apparatuses, e.g. The armed services

8.13. Subcultures

8.13.1. Groups that exist whithin and alongside the wider majority culture

8.14. Value Consensus

8.14.1. Shared agreement on important beliefs/action

8.15. Values

8.15.1. Important general beliefs