Setion B - Mock Revision

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  • Section B- Mock Revision
    • Social Control
      • Formal
        • Consequences from the government, law, police etc.
        • The written rules.
        • Positive / Negative Sanctions.
          • Positive: OBE, Medals.
          • Negative: Prison, Warning, Judiciary.
      • Informal
        • Consequences from one of your agent of socialisation.
        • Approval / Disapproval
        • Positive / Negative Sanctions.
          • Positive: Promotion, Postcards, Praise, Stickers
          • Negative: Demoted, Detention, Grounded, Kicked out of the group.
    • Socialistion
      • Primary
        • Family
          • Verbal Appletaions
          • 0-5 years
          • Manipulation
          • Canalisation
      • Secondary
        • Education, Mass Media, Religion, Peer Groups, Workplace
          • Hidden / Formal Curriculum
          • Indirect / Direct
          • Hyperdermic Syringe Theory
          • Informal / Formal Socialisation
          • Cultural Defence, Cultural Transition
    • Culture, Norms and Values.
      • Status and Roles
        • Position in societey
          • Ascribed
          • Achived
        • The parts we play in society.
          • Multiple Roles
            • Role Conflict
      • Norms and Values
        • Unwritten and unspoken rules in society. e.g. sitting away from strangers on the bus.
        • The general idea of what is right and what is wrong
          • Being Polite, respecting each other
      • Subcultures
        • A small culture within a culture
          • Punks
          • Goths
          • Emos
    • Gender identied
      • Gender role socialisation
        • Canalisation and  Minipulation
        • Uniform, Glass Ceiling, Role Models, Verbal Appellation, Horizontal & Vertical Segregation, Imitation
      • Post-Modern Gender
        • Gendered Subject Choice
        • Ladettes & Metrosexual
  • Indirect / Direct

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