Past Exam Questions. Assess different explanations of the extent to which the media influence people’s attitudes and behaviour? (20 marks)
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"Being British is about driving in a German car to an Irish pub for a Belgian beer, then travelling home, grabbing an Indian curry or a Turkish kebab on the way, to sit on Swedish furniture and watch American shows on a Japanese TV. And the most British thing of all? Suspicion of anything foreign ".
The term “globalisation” describes the increased mobility (movement) of goods, services, labour, technology and capital (money) throughout the world. Although globalization is not a new development, its pace has increased with the advent (start) of new technologies, especially in the area of telecommunications. (e.g. the Internet)
How has identity changed? Brainstorm your ideas.
We can no longer predict patterns of behaviour. The value systems influencing action (norms) are so unpredictable and diverse that we cannot generalise about motivations for actions.
Open the textbook and answer the questions on page 152.