AQA Politics- Cultural Theory????

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One thing among many is stressing me out this time of year- the three political theories we're supposed to reference! Cultural theory in particular is making very little sense to me. I'm trying to do a practice question about UK/USA rights protection with cultural theory and it's just... no.
Does anyone have a good, mercifully brief way of explaining how to apply cultural theory?
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Simplified (because i do edexcel poltics) cultural theory is literally a group of people with shared ideas.

So the republican party are more likely to vote based on their shared ideology.
Due to shared belief of tradition, the UK has adopted various implied powers
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Idk if AQA do it the same, but with edexcel you can say at the beginning of a paragraph "culturally" and "based on cultural theory." We can even put it in brackets
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