Week 13 - Eder (1995) What characteristics did someone of a...

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POPULARITY Week 13
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Remaining Assignments Group Presentations will be held on 11/29, 12/1,  12/3, 12/6 Discoveries are due on 11/29 Final Papers are due on 12/8 If you would like me to review your first draft of the final  paper, you must submit it by 12/1! Questions about any of these assignments????
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Eder (1995) Who is Donna Eder? http://www.indiana.edu/~soc/zbio_Eder.html What does Eder mean when she refers to a "reverse  social hierarchy" and how is this social structure  exhibited among students? What role does social class play in the popularity  dynamics at this school?
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Unformatted text preview: Eder (1995) What characteristics did someone of a low status (isolate) possess? What purpose does "scapegoating the isolates" serve? What gender differences exist in the popularity structures of these students? Eder (1995) Throughout the last month we have explored the following topics: peer relationships male and female friendships gender sexuality Discuss the ways in which these topics played a role in popularity. Provide examples. How do the environment (nurture) and biology (nature) interact to influence popularity?...
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