A strong bond between people based on understandings of differences and individuality
A strong bond between people based on their similarity to one another
When the cogs in a machine all work together they're close enough in exactly the right measure
Undermine social order and value consensus
Encourage the working classes to revolt
Re-balance patriarchal society to make it equal for men and women
The complex interaction of the social institutions and how they impact the individual
How social order is maintained in group settings
The details of social life and the everyday happenings when people come together in the same place
When something is an outlier and different in the results from the other pieces of data
A feeling of normlessness - it happens when people become confused about their norms, values and social rules.
The brainwashing of the working classes by the bourgeoisie
The reducing class inequalities through providing disadvantaged groups with additional educational programmes
The socialisation that occurs through social institutions
The way that institutions socialise individuals into accepting the norms and values of the society's culture
The way that everyone in society is dependent upon one another for the society's survival
The phrase used to describe how the education system reproduces an obedient workforce
Widely accepted beliefs about what is worthwhile and desirable.
Rules of behaviour relating to specific social situations
Traditional and regular norms of behaviour associated with specific social situations, evens and anniversaries, often accompanied by rituals and ceremonies
Widely accepted beliefs about what is worthwhile and desirable
Traditional and regular norms of behaviour associated with specific social situations, events and anniversaries, which are often accompanied by rituals and ceremonies
Rules of behaviour that relate to specific social situations,; they govern all aspects of human behaviour
That he exaggerates cultural consensus and social order, because conflict within societies exists today and always has done
That he over-emphasises the differences between the social classes and in today's society these don't apply
That he exaggerates how much cultures in different countries are actually shared, because different cultures exist within countries.
That he sees the individual as being less important that the society , because he doesn't acknowledge that people have a role in shaping their societies and communities
As being characterised by shared norms and values and clear collaboration of individuals.
As being characterised by class inequality and conflict
As being characterised by gender inequality and conflict
The means of production
Ruling class ideology
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