sociology new

HideShow resource information
Jacobson (Ethnic Identity, Religon)
He studied young Pakistanis and found that they see Islam as crucial in creating their identity. It has a strong impact on their identity in terms of diet, worship, dress, behaviour and their everyday routines and practices.
1 of 6
Ballard (Ethnic identity,Family)
He examined South Asian families in Britain and found out that many first generation migrants saw British culture as attaching little value to family honour and places little emphasis on maintaining kinship ties.
2 of 6
Gardner and Shakur (Ethnic Identity, Media)
He notes that one way the media helps to shape ethnic identities is through allowing geographically
3 of 6
Wimmer (Ethnic Identity, Peer groups)
He argues that an important aspect of ethnic identies is the ability to define them in relation to other ethnic groups by constructing a sense of difference that establishes boundaries for a particular identity.
4 of 6
Phillips (Ethnic Identity, Peer groups)
He argues that in some areas in Britain two forms of segregation are taking place which is hard segregation and soft segregation
5 of 6
Gillespie (Ethnic Identity, Media)
He notes that the media helps to shape ethnic identities by allowing geographically communities to keep in touch with cultures that exist in their countries of origin, E.g. television and video are used to recreate the culture of south Asians in
6 of 6

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

He examined South Asian families in Britain and found out that many first generation migrants saw British culture as attaching little value to family honour and places little emphasis on maintaining kinship ties.

Back

Ballard (Ethnic identity,Family)

Card 3

Front

He notes that one way the media helps to shape ethnic identities is through allowing geographically

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

He argues that an important aspect of ethnic identies is the ability to define them in relation to other ethnic groups by constructing a sense of difference that establishes boundaries for a particular identity.

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

He argues that in some areas in Britain two forms of segregation are taking place which is hard segregation and soft segregation

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
View more cards

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Sociology resources:

See all Sociology resources »See all Culture and Socialisation resources »