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SOC 462 Kidd and Jacobs Reading

SOC 462 Kidd and Jacobs Reading - a Trapped i Lonely ii...

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Interactions shaped by meanings given to the variables a. In common: social psych, subjectivist, qualitative 1. Therefore, those who make this choice are irrational or mentally sick at the time i. Most psychologists and sociologists view suicide as being an irrational choice a. Jacobs 2. Street youth tend to come from troubled homes, trying to escape situation
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Unformatted text preview: a. Trapped i. Lonely ii. Hopeless iii. Worthless iv. Central themes of the street youth's story b. Troubled childhoods i. Drugs (escape and trap) ii. Stigma iii. Trauma iv. Narratives that lead to themes c. Kidd 3. Kidd and Jacobs' Articles Thursday, January 24, 2008 10:33 AM Lecture Page 1...
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