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OCR Sociology G671 Revision
Booklet
By Jack Richardson

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Definitions
Culture ­ The culture of a society is the way of life of its members, the collection of
ideas and habits which they share and transmit from generation to generation.
Norms ­ Social expectations or rules about how people should or should not behave.
Social norms are accepted ways…

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many large scale industrial societies.
Cultural Diversity ­ Refers to the differences between cultures in terms of
resources, traditions, religion and lifestyles.

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Multiculturalism ­ Different subcultures (often ethnic), living side by side in
society. UK is multicultural with around 9% of the population coming from ethnic
backgrounds.
Process of Socialisation
Nature/Nurture ­ Nature is associated with those who would argue that behaviour
is determined by innate or inherited factors. Nurture side argue…

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o Class: Mealtimes sometimes portrayed as being class based. Middle class eat dinner
in evening, sit down
and share a family meal. Working class eat earlier to coincide with end of working day
(in front of TV).

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o Age Related Issues: Individuals position within the family can influence how
others see them/how they
see themselves. People consider their parents to be a part of a different generation to
themselves
o Ethnicity: Surnames and first names can portray a sense of ethnic identity. Language
spoken, food and
clothing…

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OCR Sociology G671 Revision
Booklet
By Jack Richardson

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Definitions
Culture ­ The culture of a society is the way of life of its members, the collection of
ideas and habits which they share and transmit from generation to generation.
Norms ­ Social expectations or rules about how people should or should not behave.
Social norms are accepted ways…

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many large scale industrial societies.
Cultural Diversity ­ Refers to the differences between cultures in terms of
resources, traditions, religion and lifestyles.

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Multiculturalism ­ Different subcultures (often ethnic), living side by side in
society. UK is multicultural with around 9% of the population coming from ethnic
backgrounds.
Process of Socialisation
Nature/Nurture ­ Nature is associated with those who would argue that behaviour
is determined by innate or inherited factors. Nurture side argue…

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o Class: Mealtimes sometimes portrayed as being class based. Middle class eat dinner
in evening, sit down
and share a family meal. Working class eat earlier to coincide with end of working day
(in front of TV).

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o Age Related Issues: Individuals position within the family can influence how
others see them/how they
see themselves. People consider their parents to be a part of a different generation to
themselves
o Ethnicity: Surnames and first names can portray a sense of ethnic identity. Language
spoken, food and
clothing…

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