Conventions of Culture

Culture, as a component of social power, refers to the entire panorama of conventional beliefs and practices. One cannot talk intelligently about culture if one does not also introduce the dynamics of social power. In the sociopolitical struggles of this world, culture is a key battleground.

—Michael Parenti

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~ by Jay Taber on July 25, 2008.

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