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SOC 101, Week 5

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SOC 101, Week 5 SOC 101

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Introduction to Sociology
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Anna Borges on Wednesday February 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 101 at Catholic University of America taught by Hanson, S. in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Sociology in Sociology at Catholic University of America.


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Date Created: 02/03/16
I. Collins (conflict sociologist) a. Person who is bigger(physically) has more power II. Freud a. Id- selfish part of our drive; biological b. Ego- “mediator”; conscious mediation between the two; rational c. Superego- internalization of society’s norms, values, morals d. People believe he put too much emphasis on sex III. Culture/Socialization is relative IV. Kibbutz a. Agricultural b. Communal c. In Israeli desert d. Jewish e. Beliefs: i. Ideology of equality(Marx) 1. Gender ii. Rotation of jobs iii. Child centered culture 1. Children are aware of their biological parents. 2. Children live in homes that are separated by age. 3. Everyone loves everyone else’s children iv. Communal child-raising, eating v. Children have high IQ, personality, confidence scores vi. Almost no negative effect on child by divorce vii. No one has more money, all equal; based on needs Gender-master status Homophobia Parents are afraid Ferguson Reading #13: -early socialization into gender -sex: biological -gender: learned -Parents are worried about child not fitting in or being outside the box Ferguson Reading #16: -resocialization of men in military to kill -Maddie Segal and her husband( did research on this) Taught In America book -Teach for America teacher -Saw race as behavior not as color of skin -culture shock for her


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