THE PRODUCTION OF CULTURE PERSPECTIVE

@article{Peterson2004THEPO,
  title={THE PRODUCTION OF CULTURE PERSPECTIVE},
  author={R. Peterson and N. Anand},
  journal={Review of Sociology},
  year={2004},
  volume={30},
  pages={311-334}
}
The production of culture perspective focuses on how the symbolic elements of culture are shaped by the systems within which they are created, distributed, evaluated, taught, and preserved. After tracing the consolidation of the perspective in the late 1970s, we introduce six facets of production (technology, law and regulation, industry structure, organization structure, occupational careers, and market) and use them to theorize within the production perspective a wide range of research. Third… Expand

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