Soc M162 lecture 6
Soc M162 lecture 6 M162
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Date Created: 10/13/16
10/13/16 ● Barrie thorne, ender Play: “how do children come together o elp create and sometimes hallenge ender structure and meanings?” ○ Data and methods used: ethnography in two primarily working class elementary schools (197677) ○ Standpoint: coming ith particular point view in mind (shaped by l ife experiences) ■ Can someone’s standpoint be completely objective? I disagree that your life experiences o not influence your pinions ○ Social tructure: ocial organization (social hierarchy, laws, ules etc) ○ Agency: free will, individual initiative and drive ○ Why is ender alient (noticeable) at school? ■ Bureaucratization an stress ge nd gender ■ Same age kids look for greater homogeneity through gender ■ When there are more kids, kids choose to divide by gender ○ How is i alient? ■ Borderwork: the idea hat an i nteraction trengthens ender differences (iecontest, chasing and invasion) ● Messner: hat are her 3 levels of nalysis ○ Structural organization/institution) ■ Adult ivision of labor and power ■ All coaches were men; organizers ere women ○ Cultural social meaning) ■ Team ames and colors (pink given to women) ■ The meaning of barbies→give meaning to interactions ○ Interactional ■ participation
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