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What is meant by the terns "Norms and Values"?
'Norms' provide us with the general guidelines for conduct. E.g. value privacy by not reading someone else' emails or texts. 'Values' are the ideas and beliefs that people have about what is desirable and worth striving for.
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What is meant by the term 'Culture' ?
The word 'Culture' refers to the whole way of life of a particular society. It includes; norms, values, beliefs, customs and language of a society.
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What do sociologists mean by 'Socialisation'?
Describing the way we learn the culture and appropriate behaviour of the society we are born into.
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Primary Socialisation?
Learning during early childhood, when, as babies and infants we learn basic behaviour patterns, language and skills that we will need in later life.
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Agencies of Primary Socialisation?
Groups or institutions responsible, they are usually families and parents.
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Secondary Socialisation?
Begins later in childhood and continues throughout our adult lives.
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Agencies of Secondary Socialisation?
The mass media, workplaces, peer groups, religions, schools.
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Closed Questions
Questions with a fixed response answer (YES OR NO QUESTIONS)
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Open ended questions
Questions that require an extended answer
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What is the 'Conflict Approach'?
Negative approach that looks at the disagreements between group. They include Marxists and Feminists
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