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SOC Notes #1 Theoretical Perspectives on Culture Functionalism- Culture is the glue that hold society together - Going against the dominant culture threatens the stability and well-being of society. Conflict- Culture perpetuates and reinforces unequal power relations in society. - Those in power use culture or their own good, not the good of society as a whole - Used to maintain inequality Cultural Capital- Education, tastes, and culture knowledge and ability to display sophistication in
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  • Fall '18
  • Sociology, Cultural capital, Cultural Capital- Education

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