Parents of different social classes socialize children differently. For example, middle-class parents are more likely to stress independence and self-direction, whereas working-class parents prioritize obedience to external authority. Using this example, how does socialization through families potentially reproduce social inequality?

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  • Q1: How can we explain this paradox: ‘It is the deviants among us who hold society together’?

    Q2: Explain the difference between material and non-material culture, and provide an example for each.

    Q3: Parents of different social classes socialize children differently. For example, middle-class parents are more likely to stress independence and self-direction, whereas working-class parents prioritize obedience to external authority. Using this example, how does socialization through families potentially reproduce social inequality?

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