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Week 6 Lectures Notes - Recent Theories in Sociology

by: Jessica Twehous

Week 6 Lectures Notes - Recent Theories in Sociology SOCIOL 3100 - 01

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Recent Theories in Sociology
Kara McGhee

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jessica Twehous on Sunday October 4, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SOCIOL 3100 - 01 at University of Missouri - Columbia taught by Kara McGhee in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 47 views. For similar materials see Recent Theories in Sociology in Sociology at University of Missouri - Columbia.


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Date Created: 10/04/15
Presentation The Psychial Apparatus amp the Theory of Instincts o Freud 0 19001939 0 Father of Psycholanalysis Psyche 0 Two components Two Types of Instincts Gender Representation and Reproduction of Mothering Notes Freud39s theories are based on a heterosexual male and he makes all others try to fit this category concerned with development and consciousness of an individual his unit of analysis is development of the individudal consciousness dual nature love and death dualism human development changes in our human nature through conflict Gender actions that are feminized we attribute to the female form color pinkfeminine gender is a social construction because what it means to be a man or woman is not constant across cultures and time we should take into account what biology says but look at is actually social constructed p306 teliological assumption women have the capacity to reproduce therefore their purpose is to reproduce she criticizes the idea that women are just baby machines shows that motherhood is reproduced through our action not innate to women but is learned Freud would say that women want to have sex purely to reproduce Scientists in 1950s arguing over validity of psychoanalysis Freud tried to prove it was beneficial by writing a bunch of case studies Freud misread oedpius Story of Oedipus Parental abandonment and aggression repressed sexual desire more about humans ending up where we don39t want to whatever fears we harbor we might end up making it come true mcrobby anorexia as a social disease How is mothering both social and biological Freudian standpoint theory


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