in the film Slumdog Millionaire,in the movie there are several scenes where socialization, norms, roles, deviance, sanctions, internalisation, and culture plays a major role, can you describe a scene in the film and give examples of socialization, norms, role, deviations, sanctions, internalisation, and culture play a big role,
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The phone room represents a confluence of social forces with the people from India responding to calls from people in the US. This, along with the UK-originated game show, points to a particular set of cultural identity overlaps.
A scene in SlumDog Millionaire where culture can be seen is at the train scene where there is a fight between the two religious groups. This shows the cultural and religious differences that reside inside the country. This difference within the society has lead to violence and this is seen through Jamal's mother being killed.
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