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Norms ­ common forms of Values ­ principles and Status ­ how someone is
behaviour followed by a beliefs which are held by a perceived by others ­ high
society ­ Queuing is a norm majority of society these status = good, low status =
in England often underpin norms ­ bad
Roles ­ routines, patterns of not reading someone else's Ascribed status ­ status
expected behaviour and text messages shows a which is given to someone
responses acted out in respect for privacy as a based on who they are
everyday life (these will value biologically ­ the royal family
change throughout life) ­ a Culture ­ common
child being a student beliefs, customs and ways Achieved status ­ status
which is earned by someone
Socialisation ­ the process by of life among a group that
by what they have done or
which an individual learns to share norms or values ­
working class culture can do ­ a criminal or a
live the way of life of their
doctor or an athlete
society and distinguish roles
norms and values they follow Ethnicity ­ a combination Social Class ­ a way of
Sex ­ whether someone is a of factors including, race, categorising people
male or female biologically language, origin, religion according to social,
Gender ­ socially constructed and nationality economic and educational
expected patterns of Peer group ­ a group of status
behaviour supposed to be people with common Stages of age ­ Childhood,
followed differently by each norms such as age, Youth, Young adulthood,
sex background and status Middle age and Old age…read more

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