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WMST 1110 02/11/16

by: Kay Patel

WMST 1110 02/11/16 FILM 2120

Kay Patel

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Introduction to Cinema
Dr. Seiving
Class Notes
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kay Patel on Saturday February 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FILM 2120 at University of Georgia taught by Dr. Seiving in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Cinema in Fine arts at University of Georgia.


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Date Created: 02/13/16
Class and inequality  Reading: Shadowy lines  The significance of social class  How do you define social class?  Culture, rank, money, taste, attitude, behaviors, assumptions, a system of  exclusion  Normative assumptions about class Middle Class Working class Education High school dropouts/ community college White collar jobs/career Urbanized areas Suburbs Minimum wage Stable families Independent parenting Vacations Hopeful/ stressed out Home ownership Comfortable  Class  Plays an increasingly important part in American life  Class is defined differently by different people  Class differences have widened in:  Income  Health care  Life span  Mobility: a part of the American dream  Opportunity to shift from one class to another  Mobility has flattened out for many in the US  Reading: Shelley’s story  She is a re­entry college student  Shelley’s cross­over experience  Great divide between middle and working class ideologies and practices  Ex: higher education as a middle class space  Higher education as a type of and a means through which to gain cultural capital  First major issue: relationship with her spouse/family  Stuck/constrained with her gender roles/expectations  Transformative assets  Home ownership  Where you have a particular assets that can transform your life/life of your family  etc…  Fair housing Act


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