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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/10/11 Culture, Deviance and
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4/10/11 Today’s Agenda Exam next Friday (10/22) Announcements Reading 10 (A Look Behind the Veil) Reading 12 (Deviance and Liminality) Reading 16 (Boyhood, Organized Sports, and the Construction of Masculinities) Reading 32 (From the Panopticon to
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4/10/11 Commonalities? Meanings – what do our actions mean? Symbols – How do we represent ourselves or our status? Social Contexts – Are certain behaviors accepted because of their contexts?
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4/10/11 A Look Behind the Veil Summary? Main points? “The veil and the all-enveloping garments that inevitable accompany it are only the outward manifestations of a cultural pattern and idea that is rooted deep in Mediterranean society” (98). Confining women or not? A religious symbol or representation of gendered slavery? The least of our worries between men and
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4/10/11 Behind the Veil Part II “This business about the veil is nonsense. We all have our veils, between ourselves and other people.
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