SOC 101, Week 6&7
SOC 101, Week 6&7 SOC 101
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- Civil society: groups that have a tremendous impact on protest groups - How gender is socialized Ferguson Reading #15: Making it by Faking It - About differences between students from low and middle class compared to upper class students - Social class we were born into - Goffman “passing” - Blue collar: lower class (according to Americans) - Cultural capital: things we know, how we do things - Human capital: education Ferguson Reading #18: Peer Power - Parents start shifting away from power - Ethnography: study the culture - Gender= master status o Class o Race - Feminism o Gender equality for men and women - Believed that sex determined achievement, who they would married, what job they would have, etc. - It is not biological, genetic that makes us “masculine/feminine” - Nature vs. Nurture o Social influences Media Training - Margaret Mead o Social shaping/nurturing o Always in opposition (gender) Culturally specific - Socialization begins before birth o Names o Decoration of nursery - Boys are not held as often, left to cry longer than girls o Helps explain why girls are more emotional than boys, and can express feelings - Women’s body react better to zero gravity - Men are believed to have more testerone which makes them more aggressive - Differences in hormones between boys and girls doesn’t occur until puberty - Historical o Agricultural time Child was around both parents After a certain age were considered human o Now a days Children are mothered by the mom - Men are kept out of certain jobs too. o Nursing o Teacher(daycare, preschool) o Stay at home dad Gender continued: -Girls have double bind - Children and adult role are different - Entering middle school boys and girls have similar self esteem -leave high school, girls have lower self-esteem -Misogyny: hatred of women -Media: gender socialization -books: main characters are usually male -TV: -conservative: limited ideas on gender -Toys: -through play we learn our roles -toy catalog -boys: adventure, science kits, legos, etc. -girls: Barbie, kitchen sets, vaccums, babies -Language -lens through which we see a culture -women use more supportive behavior and language -also qualify more -also always apologizing -body language -men can touch women more -also has to do with power -Title 9: -gender equality in schools -women athletes have to be treated the same as boys -allows girls to play on varsity boy sports Gender labor market: -internal: better jobs, higher pay and profits, white males -external: less unionized, lower salaries and profits Beauty Myth book: -exploiting women -fear -more attractive women do better in the workforce -don’t see the beautiful women as being smart -catch 22 -cosmetic surgery -eating disorders -mostly women -glass ceiling -less than 4% of women in top management -almost at the top and can see it but can’t reach it -intersectionality -overlap of race, gender, class Deviance: -study of who makes rules -physiological -lead effects the brain -criminals have higher levels of lead -have trouble controlling behavior -death row -abuse as child -brain injury -mental illness
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