• Analyses relationships within and between social and cultural groups.
• Accounts for cultural diversity and commonality within societies and cultures
• Evaluates continuity and change, assesses social futures and strategies for change and the implications for societies and cultures.
• Evaluates the influence of power, authority, gender and technology on decisions making and participation in society.
• Applies appropriate language and concepts associated with society and culture.
• Selects, organizes and evaluates information and sources for usefulness, validity and bias
• Communicates information, ideas and issues using appropriate written, oral and graphic forms.
SOCIETY AND CULTURE CONCEPTS(
Society Culture Persons Environment Time Power Authority Gender Technology
CROSS CULTURAL STUDY(
Family Roles & Status Conflict, Cooperation and decision making Gender Communication Power, authority and Influence
SOCIALISATION FACTORS( family, peers, school, media, location.
THE NATURE OF POPULAR CULTURE-
• Academics argue- is R n R is a rebellious movement that challenges conservative cultural practices in society or whether, by being so heavily commercialized, it is simply another conservative set of practices maintaining the status quo in society. They’re unable to come up with a clear definition.
CHOOSING A POPULAR CULTURE
Four distinguishing characteristics of a pop culture- it needs to be: 1. be associated with commercial products 2. have developed from a local to national to a global level. 3. allow consumers to have widespread access to it. 4. Be constantly changing and evolving- many products and beliefs in any society that do not have this combination of characteristics &