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3.S: Cultural Power (Summary)

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    13450
  • Key Terms and Concepts

    Achieved Status Discrimination
    Ascribed Status Dominant Group
    Cognitive Dissonance Ethnocentrism
    Cultural Capital Hegemonic Ruling Class
    Cultural Creation Popular Culture
    Cultural Fit Prejudice
    Cultural Hegemony Social Capital
    Cultural Power Social Labels
    Cultural Receivers Social Status
    Cultural Relativism Socializing Agents
    Cultural Stratification Status Shifting
    Culture Industry System Stereotypes
    Culture Of Consumption Subordinate Group
    Culture Producing Organizations

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