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Culture of Poverty Revisited

Robert Wade
2009 The IDS Bulletin  
I took it for granted, however, that the question of how the culture of poor people influences their behaviour, and their poverty, is an empirical one, and that it is therefore worth looking at the available  ...  In an earlier paper' I showed that the thesis of a 'culture of poverty' (COP) lends itself to pernicious political uses, by (a) seeming to attribute responsibility for poverty to poor people themselves  ...  aspirations, values (meaning-systems, or culture for short) are of little significance for understanding behaviour.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1759-5436.1976.mp8002002.x fatcat:i42i7dcmrnczbmuvrvj2w5q4la

The cultural divide

Monique Castillo
2015 Inflexions  
Republican morals are suspected as having served as an ideological trap for collective enslavement to reactionary values.  ...  Exemplarity is an unveiling of meaning, a singular manifestation of the objectivity of a value, it arouses approval and adherence, it acts as a call, it mobilises without obliging, and it is disseminated  ...  Power is not an individual property; it belongs to a group and continues to belong to it so long as the group is not divided" 14 .  ... 
doi:10.3917/infle.029.0141 fatcat:rzvj62ua7bdfxmzmw3nmk2vl5e

The cultural intermediaries reader

Frederick H. Pitts
2015 Cultural Trends  
One of the strongest aspects of this volume is the consideration of the presence of other values and aspirations in cultural intermediation.  ...  This prevents an understanding of how value relations develop in a 'social trajectory' of separation and domination.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09548963.2015.1106033 fatcat:nw7mai43xvaojnzmbnef4dcipa

The Cultural intermediaries reader

2015 ChoiceReviews  
Full terms of use are available: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/pure/about/ebr-terms This is an author-produced pre-publication PDF of a review article accepted for publication in Cultural Trends following peer  ...  Please cite only the published version using the reference above.  ...  One of the strongest aspects of this volume is the consideration of the presence of other values and aspirations in cultural intermediation.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.187984 fatcat:ma3tx4pn7rdpxe5dagzmx2itma

Page 753 of Economic Development and Cultural Change Vol. 46, Issue 4 [page]

1998 Economic Development and Cultural Change  
Political privilege still plays an important role in resource allocation in China, and the ideological indoctrination in the past has an enduring ef- fect on people’s value orientation.  ...  Hypotheses We use the factors that people take into consideration when they evalu- ate the social status of occupations as a measure of a person’s value ori- entation toward occupational status.  ... 

THE 'AMERICAN' HEGEMONIC CULTURE: ITS ROOTS, FEATURES AND IMPLICATIONS TO WORLD CULTURE

Kasiyarno Kasiyarno
2014 Rubikon  
In that kind of culture, it insisted that the world had no alternative but acceptance of American ideas, values and way of life.  ...  That America is historically a nation which developed a hegemonic culture around the world has been an unquestionable issue for many Americanists.  ...  A land where the aspirations of people from countries cluttered with rich, cumbersome, aristocratic, ideological pasts can reach for what once seemed unattainable.  ... 
doi:10.22146/rubikon.v1i1.34157 fatcat:2itfuogwfnclnnkwpr4rmrdtpi

Cultural Governance and the Crisis of Financial Capitalism

Jean-Louis Fabiani
2014 Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research  
Cultural policies in Europe were designed, albeit in significantly different ways national and ideological lines, as an additional component of the Welfare State.  ...  The current crisis of capitalism has two main consequences.  ...  But it shows that the cultural sector is now the heart of violent ideological fights in the name of "liberalizing" and "privatizing" artistic activities.  ... 
doi:10.3384/cu.2000.1525.146211 fatcat:m34uq3nw4zhdtey4m5zv7xpmqm

Culture in Action: Symbols and Strategies

Ann Swidler
1986 American Sociological Review  
It assumes that culture shapes action by supplying ultimate ends or values toward which action is directed, thus making values the central causal element of culture.  ...  But without an alternative formulation of culture's causal significance, scholars either avoid causal questions or admit the values paradigm through the back door.  ...  The irony of this debate is that it cannot be resolved by evidence that the very poor share the values and aspirations of the middle class, as indeed they seem to do.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2095521 fatcat:fagtzcmj7bgrncvjfpdi5bshwe

A CULTure of entrepreneurship education

Steffen Farny, Signe Hedeboe Frederiksen, Martin Hannibal, Sally Jones
2016 Entrepreneurship and Regional Development  
High hopes are invested in a rapid institutionalisation of an enterprise culture in Higher Education.  ...  This study applies the lens of the cult, in particular three elements Rituals, Deities and the Promise of Salvation, to reflect on the production and reproduction of entrepreneurship in EE.  ...  In doing so it supports the enculturation of students into an enterprise culture through displays of, and engagement with, ritual and (sacred) symbols and signifiers.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08985626.2016.1221228 fatcat:3modbaombngqdfkgdqs7wv4apq

Chapter V: Education, Culture, and the Individual

John M. Beck
1958 Review of Educational Research  
Among the brief studies a number of reports were made on occupational planning and aspirations.  ...  was dependent upon internalization of the executive ideology which was similar to that of the higher classes; thus, obtaining a college education was viewed as an indication of potentiality for being entrusted  ... 
doi:10.3102/00346543028001054 fatcat:asq2magf7repvfpsacbokkiyt4

The Difference between Legal Culture, Judicial Culture, and Court Culture
Различие между правовой культурой, судейской культурой и судебной культурой

D. Kumar
2021 Psihologiâ i Pravo  
The constructs legal culture, judicial culture and court culture have been used frequently in the literature but there is a lack of clarity between them.  ...  The findings of this study will help the legal researchers to develop a clarity between legal culture, judicial culture, and court culture.  ...  litigation or prison rates, and, at the other extreme, more nebulous aspects of ideas, values, aspirations, and mentalities.  ... 
doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110412 fatcat:34mgnfk6nzenlgj7exaien7uty

Cultural Ecology and Cultural Critique

Rowan Bailey, Claire Booth-Kurpnieks, Kath Davies, Ioanni Delsante
2019 Arts  
part of its Cultural Value Project.  ...  The claim within the report was to redirect culture away from economic prescriptions and to focus on ecological approaches to 'value'.  ...  -K. has focused on reviewing existing literature on cultural policy discourse and edits of the paper. K.D. has provided content for Section 9.  ... 
doi:10.3390/arts8040166 fatcat:cm2e3vhjqjgrppgcw6nqjczjwa

Education as Cultural Frame [chapter]

John W. Meyer
2021 Global Dynamics of Social Policy  
A key to understanding the diffusion of education is to see it as reflecting cultural and political forces, not principally economic ones that obviously vary greatly around the world.  ...  Education reflects a cultural model of a secularized modern society, much more than economic interests and structures, and its commonalities are visible everywhere.  ...  The result is that education, whatever its utility, is valued and rewarded: it is a matter of political and cultural construction, and difficult to assess as a matter of narrowly "economic" value.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-78885-8_10 fatcat:b2lhlthpmjb4lisetsqtp6a2jy

The Culture of Teaching

Catherine Scott
2009 Policy Futures in Education  
Culture, however, does not end at the boundaries of our Western nation-states, and our perceptions, beliefs, values and fears are as much cultural products as those that are characteristic of any other  ...  Or their ideology: as Clifford Geertz observes, 'I have a social philosophy, you have political opinions, he has an ideology' (cited in Douglas, 2004) .  ...  Each cultural tendency has a distinct pattern of beliefs and values that determines its worldview, its model of personhood and thus the conduct of its members.  ... 
doi:10.2304/pfie.2009.7.3.275 fatcat:niarsvlzcrgsjexsiwffpfylg4

Architecture as cultural practice

Miško Šuvaković
2009 SAJ. Serbian architectural journal  
This study was written by interdisciplinary methodology of cultural studies based on Fuko's discursive analysis and Altizer's ideological analysis of the architectural productions.  ...  In this study my intention is to interpret the "discursive" and the "ideological" differences between the architecture of postmodernism and the architecture of globalism.  ...  :digitalized values". In such framework the ideology is a set of manifestations, images, meanings and symbolic values.  ... 
doi:10.5937/saj0903171q fatcat:7lizvblgnzf4pclawsujjm5gbu
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