socialisation agents

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  • socialisation agents
    • peer groups
      • Burdsey
        • Asian footballers
      • sewell
        • cultural comfort zones
    • education
      • formal/ informal (hidden)   curriculum
      • jackson
        • ladette
          • lines blurring between feminine and masculine behaviours
          • women behaving with hegemonic masculine behaviour
    • workplace
      • mac an ghail
        • crisis of masculininity
      • adkins
        • women taking on subordinated feminities to keep their jobs
          • positions where they are subordinate to males
          • where women are at risk of sexism
          • women expected to use their assets to ise assets to keep their jobs
      • dual role
        • women have to work full time and be a housewife
    • family
      • anne oakley
        • canalisation
          • channelling of interests
        • manipulation
          • behaviour
            • operant conditioning
        • verbal appilation
          • language
        • different activities
          • involving children in appropriate activities i.e. car maintenance/ cooking
      • back up of anne oakley
        • Will, Self and Dalton
          • 2 babies
    • religion
      • Daly
        • radical feminist
          • Christianity encourages women-hating
            • i.e. women stoned for adultery
      • De beauvoir
        • Marxist feminist
          • religion is used to keep both the working classes and women in their place
      • muslim vail
      • amish
    • media
      • marsh and millard
        • superhero texts
          • hegemonic masculinities seen or marketed toward hegemonic males
      • easthope
        • Hollywood movies
          • hegemonic masculinities seen or marketed toward hegemonic males
      • storey
        • 1950's music industry
        • models of media
          • uses and gratifications
          • hypodermic syringe model
          • Cultural effects model

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