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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/10/10 Social Control September 28, 2010
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11/10/10 Objectives To Discuss Ideological and Direct Social Control To Discuss the reading: Ida B. Wells Barnett Lynch Law in America To Discuss an the Hermeneutic Context as a Way to Systematically Address Conformism in Societies To Discuss Several Examples of Social Control in the US To Discuss the Concept of Eugenics and its
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11/10/10 The Cream Puff Experiment and What is Sociology is interpretation of what binds our actions When we do things that are unexpected; we break the social illusion that binds us for a moment. We become aware of the social control that governs our interaction
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11/10/10 Manipulation What will be your choice?
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11/10/10 What Keeps Us in Order Time Line (80 years vs. 5 minutes) Law (the threat of sanction) Family obligations (tarnishing the family name) Allegiance to Society (a commitment to our position) Our Face in Society (a commitment to our social perception)
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11/10/10 Your Experience with Social Control What are some types of social Control that you have experienced?
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11/10/10 What Integrates and People act back and forth creating a set of recognizable Patterns The greater the interaction then the less access with outsiders Living together, going out, marriage mean cutting off relations with other people Close friendship takes time and commitment: the more one takes the less we have for others Over time: A likeness develops: experiences,
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11/10/10 Some Modern Sources of Control and their Impact
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