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soci 1 - 5 - Jeane Lee 7/29/11 Soci 1 David Kadanoff Weekly...

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7/29/11 Soci 1 David Kadanoff Weekly Reflection 5 The readings and the material that was learned this week as well as last week was the most interesting to me because a lot of it did pertain to me as a young Asian-American female. The term of intersectionality was applied and I was able to relate to the meanings and the perceptions and the outcomes of being both colored and a woman. Gender and the society is a very large part in the lives that we lead today and whether or not I am actively participating in the accentuation of playing these roles and these standards of society, it definitely is something that can be overlooked and so easily “accepted” as the norm. In other words, like stated, invisible – at least to the eyes of the group with more power. Reading about Taylor and Rupp’s work of the 801 Cabaret Drag Queens did honestly make me uncomfortable. It was definitely interesting to read about the blurred lines of definition and expectations that occur during their shows. If
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course SOCI 1 taught by Professor Blair-loy during the Summer '10 term at UCSD.

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