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Criticisms of Inte..

Criticisms of Interpretivists views of Culture and Identity

what do marxists say about interpretivists views? They don't pay enough attention to conflict or to the fact thats some social groups are more powerful than others.
Functionalists? They don't acknowledge the importance of the socialisation process.
Functionalism was dominant in? 1940's and 1950's
Functionalists believed that Culture is produced by? Social structure to create consensus.
Marxism was dominant in? 1960's and 1970's
Marxism believed that culture is produced by? Social structure to disguise class conflict.
Interpretivism was influential in? 1970's
Interpretivists believed that culture? Isn't produced by social structure, culture is produced by individuals.