Sociology 1101 Chapter 3 Exam - "Soft power"...

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"Soft power"Emoticons/slang18th & 19th century EuropeEthnocentrismCockfighting in BaliHegemonyConsumerismIdeologyCultumLanguage & perceptionCultural relativismLow culture vs. high cultureCultural scriptsMargaret MeadCultureMaterial cultureCulture jammingMediaDif. Views of CultureNonmaterial culture1a
Internet language. (I.e. :) >:0, ROFL,POS ).cultural and diplomatic dominance thatpersuades, rather than forces, others to doone's bidding.The belief that one's own culture of group issuperior to others and the tendency to view allother cultures from the perspective of one's own.Rapid changes in industrialization and growth of the middle class of merchants transformed thepolitical and social climate of Europe, particularly in Great Britain.In response to these rapid social changes, the poet and cultural critic Matthew Arnold (1822-88)redefined culture as the pursuit of perfection and broad knowledge of the world in contrast tonarrow self-centeredness and material gain.A condition by which a dominant groupuses its power to elicit the voluntary"consent" of the masses.

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