Chapter 6 definitions

Chapter 6 definitions - Chapter 6 1. Ego as described by...

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Chapter 6 1. Ego – as described by Freud, the rational self that controls the urges of the individual 2. Symbolic annihilation – the absence of experience of a group of people in the media a. Individuals see few people of color, women, gays and lesbians, people with disabilities, or the poor, talking about their experiences as valid, it suggests that these people do not exit or are unimportant 3. Imposter syndrome - the feeling of people from the lower classes who succeed in life that they have fooled others into thinking that they are deserving of recognition, respect and acceptance 4. Id – Freud, a primitive, almost feral self that compels individuals to focus on their own personal pleasure 5. Degradation ceremony – the process in which socialization agents attack and devalue an individual’s existing identityt in an effort to break it down and build a new one 6. Second shift – women work full time but also perform most of all of the domestic chores at home --- also called double shift
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course COMM 1100 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '10 term at UConn.

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Chapter 6 definitions - Chapter 6 1. Ego as described by...

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