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Cultural Studies

Comm Theory - Cultural Studies

ideology the mental frameworks different classes and social groups deploy in order to make sense of the way society works
democratic pluralism the myth that society is held together by common norms such as equal opportunity, respect for diversity, one person - one vote, individual rights, and rule of law
articulate the process of speaking out on oppression and linking that subjugation with media representations; the work of cultural studies
cultural studies the neo-Marxist critique sets forth the position that mass media manufacture consent for dominant ideologies
economic determinism the belief that human behavior and relationships are ultimately cause by differences in financial resources and disparity in power that those gaps create
hegemony the subtle way of society's haves over its have-nots
discourse frameworks of interpretation
discursive formation the process by which unquestioned and seemingly natural ways of interpreting the world become ideologies
culture industries the producers of culture; television, radio, music, film, fashion, magazines, newspapers, etc.
Created by: moogoogaiboo