functionalism and the value consensus

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what is the value consensus
shared norms and values of society
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what do these shared norms allow us to do?
co-operate and live harminously
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what does the value consensus to do the community?
Binds us together
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what does the value consensus tell us?
how to behave to achieve the shared goal
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what are the two key mechanisms to achieve a value consensus?
Socialisation and social control
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what are the two types of socialisation?
primary and secondary
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What do these socialisation types sometimes do with each other?
Mirror one another
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what is it called when they mirror one another?
The correspondence principle
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What do Bowles and Gintis talk about
The correspondence principle
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what are the types of social control
IFCA AND FCA
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Give examples of IFCA
Friends, school, family
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Give examples of FCA
Police, CJS
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What can FCA's also be known as?
Repressive state apparatuses?
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Who is the sociologist for Repressive state apparatuses?
Althausser
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What happens if they break this value consensus?
Negative sanctions
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What happens if they stick to the value consensus?
Meritocracy and social mobility
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