journal #4 - Loryn Dion Oct. 5, 2010 SOC 320 Journal #4 –...

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Unformatted text preview: Loryn Dion Oct. 5, 2010 SOC 320 Journal #4 – page 193(DD) In your opinion, has gender, race/ethnicity, or class had the most impact on your work aspirations and experiences? Ask the same question to people from different racial/ethnic and class groups. Also ask a member of the opposite sex. Are their responses similar to yours? Do any patterns begin to emerge in the responses you receive? I think for me, both class and gender played huge roles in the job aspirations I’ve had. First, when I was younger, I wanted to be a veterinarian and, like I said in my last journal entry, my parents really pushed me towards it. Neither of my parents went to college or tried hard for the jobs or money they wanted. I grew up being lower middle class and never having much money. We always struggled a lot and my parents would always talk about how much easier things would be if they had continued with school. So from a young age, I knew I wanted to go to college and get a well paying job so that I wouldn’t school....
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