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Dominic Strinati
He argues that the media are largely responsible for creating popular culture and they have manufactured it in order to make a profit.
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High Culture
It refers to the cultural practices that are associated with the powerful and wealthy elite or supper social classes.
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Popular Culture
It refers to the activities enjoyed by the masses, or the vast majority of ordinary people. it is dominated by mass produced entertainment such as Hollywood films, soap operas on TV and pop music.
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Globalisation
It is the process whereby cultural products and activities in one part of the world come to influence what happens somewhere else in the world.
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Global Culture
It is the idea that the developments of social and economic relationships on a global scale, people all over the world are becoming part of one-all embracing culture.
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What is socialisation?
Socialisation is a lifelong process. TAYLOR (1997) says that socialisation should be organised in such a way "that the ways of thinking, behaving and perceiving things that are accepted by culture come to appear normal, natural and inevitable"
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Subculture
It is a culture within a culture. They have their own distinct norms and values which differ from the rest of the society.
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Formal control
Formal social control mechanisms are associated with the more formal agents of socialisation. Formal ways of controlling include written rules or codes of conduct that individuals need to follow.
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It is the idea that the developments of social and economic relationships on a global scale, people all over the world are becoming part of one-all embracing culture.

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