Anything but heavy metal

Anything but heavy metal - Anythingbutheavymetal

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‘Anything but heavy metal’ Introducing other variables in a study What is the relationship between cultural taste and social inequality? Cultural taste is used as a vehicle for maintaining and reproducing symbolic  distance between groups Musical tolerance o Increases with education Make people more exclusive in their choices, but no. people actually  become more tolerant o Involves class-based exclusion (gospel, country, rap, and heavy metal) Tolerant up to a certain level, the above are least appreciated by upper  class.  Relationship between what one likes and ones class o Is connected with one’s racial and or political views The Critique of Mass Culture Herbert Gans’ explanation of the critique on mass culture argued that mass  culture involves: o 1. The negative character of pop culture creation idea that it’s created for profit, standardized, homogenous. Standard on 
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course SOC 1 taught by Professor Mindyromero during the Summer '06 term at UC Davis.

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