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The mass media is a form of social control in society: The ruling class are able to maintain their control and power by socialising the working class into accepting the legitimacy of the capitalist hegemony (Gramsci). Certain ideas and beliefs are portrayed in a good light to benefit this capitalist system, creating a sense of false consciousness (Althusser)
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Summary CIE A-Level Sociology: Religion, Education and Media

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This is a comprehensive and detailed summary of the topics present in Chris Livesey’s A-Level Sociology Coursebook. It has all the information you’ll need to study the topics of Religion, Education and Media (chapters 6, 8 and 9 in the book). Contains lots of knowledge, with differentiation betw...

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