PP Week Eight-1001

PP Week Eight-1001 - SOCY/WMST 1001 Introduction to...

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Unformatted text preview: SOCY/WMST 1001 Introduction to Sociology General Announcements Paper description available on WebCt Exploriment exercise in recitation this week Anything else? Whaddayaknowboutstrat? According to the reading Nickle and Dimed by Ehrenreich, she uses the term mephitic to refer to A. demanding and unsympathetic bosses. B. unsafe working conditions. C. a bad smelling kitchen. D. the state of mind despairing low-wage workers develop over time in these jobs. What else do ya know? According to Ehrenreichs article, Nickle and Dimed, the most pressing issue for people in low wage jobs is A. hiding their actual wages so they still qualify for food stamps and other aid. B. almost daily sexual harassment on the job. C. finding affordable housing. D. the high cost of purchasing and maintaining the uniforms that are required attire on the job. Chapter 8 all created equal, but Stratification Life chances The role of place Social categories Ascribed versus achieved characteristics Status value Various types of mobility Caste versus class and where the US falls on that continuum Not in the book!! Not in the book!...
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This note was uploaded on 07/10/2008 for the course SOCY 1001 taught by Professor Walden,gle during the Fall '07 term at Colorado.

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PP Week Eight-1001 - SOCY/WMST 1001 Introduction to...

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