Project #62767 - Q & A

Read Chapter 2 from the attachment and answer this question:

In what ways does Darder's definition of culture differ from the popular view?

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Darder's definition of culture takes a critical perspective of our society and the effects that the dominant culture has on the oppressed subcultures. The popular definition of culture is a very broad and basic one, mostly addressing the values, beliefs, traditions, language, knowledge, and cognitive styles that a particular group of people have. However, Darder explains that this popular view is naive and incorrectly seen as an all-embracing neutral category. The relationships that exist between cultures (more specifically, the power structure and control) that the dominant culture has on the subordinate cultures is never addressed but needs to be in order to better understand how culture truly works. The ideology of the dominant culture is legitimized through the power structure that reinforces its control over the lower, "inferior" classes and invalidate and marginilize their belief systems, language, and values-- elements of their identity as a group and individually. Darder wants people to understand how culture is divided into the dominant and subordinate classification and how the dominant's view on race, it's hegemony, ideology, and power all effect society as a whole, especially in its contributions and effects on the education system.

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