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notes 3/2/2009 - The Second Shift The women of the Baby...

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Unformatted text preview: The Second Shift The women of the Baby Boom are concerned that their children have cultural capital and that they do well in life. The women realize that it requires aggressive socialization of the baby. Diane Keaton has social capital because she is being told how to raise her child with cultural capital, learning proper knowledge how to give her child good cultural capital. She is using her social capital to impart cultural capital to her child. The process of socializing children is given to women, child-rearing and domestic responses are seen as the natural re- sponsibility of women. The Second Shift The Holts Evan sees that it is unfair that Nancy works harder in the home, but he doesnt buy into it yet. Mr. Transitional. Believes that if he puts in little effort, Nancy will take care of the rest. Men had more traditional ideology. Evan rationalizes Nancys role because he is bringing in more economic capital than Nancy....
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2009 for the course SOC 104 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at Kansas.

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notes 3/2/2009 - The Second Shift The women of the Baby...

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