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Key words for GCSE Sociology.

bourgeoisie The bourgeoisie are an elite class who own means of production and exploit their workers.
proletariat The proletariat are the workers.
means A means of production is a way of making something that you can sell.
production A means of production is a way of making something that you can sell.
material Material deprivation is a lack of the resources needed to survive.
deprivation Material deprivation is a lack of the resources needed to survive.
relative Relative deprivation means a lack of resources in comparison to others in society.
affluent Affluent means rich.
New The New Right is the political perspective that the state should not be involved in people's lives.
Right The New Right is the political perspective that the state should not be involved in people's lives.
patriarchy Patriarchy is when men are given advantages and power over women.
globalisation British English spelling Globalisation describes how various societies around the world are connected.
charismatic Charismatic authority refers to power gained based on charisma rather than policy.
authority Charismatic authority refers to power gained based on charisma rather than policy.
rational Rational legal authority refers to power obtained due to legal procedures.
legal Rational legal authority refers to power obtained due to legal procedures.
authority Rational legal authority refers to power obtained due to legal procedures.

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proletariat
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deprivation
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affluent
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Right
patriarchy
globalisation
charismatic
authority
rational
legal
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