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SOC 302 Fall 2011 Test 3 Review ** Disclaimer: This test review is provided as a helpful guide. It does not represent every possible test item. ** You May Ask Yourself – Chapters 7, 8, 10 Readings from McIntyre book: PS #32, Loewen, “The Land of Opportunity” PS #34, Newman and Lennon, “The Job Ghetto” PS #33, Ehrenreich, “Nickel and Dimed; On (Not) Getting By in America PS #10, Laz, “Act Your Age” PS #11 Quinn, “The Power and Meaning of Girl Watching” PS #18, Adams and Bettis, “Commanding the Room in Short Skirts” PS #24, Zimmer, “How Women Reshape the Prison Guard Role” PS #40, Collins, “The Sociological Eye and Its Blinders” Other Reading
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Unformatted text preview: : Honky , by Dalton Conley. Lareau, “Invisible Inequality: Social Class and Childrearing in Black Families and White Families” Sargent, “Real Men or Real Teachers?” Videos: (Available in the Fine Arts Library) People Like Us: Social Class in America Codes of Gender Important topics: Social and cultural capital – definitions, examples Advantages and disadvantages of concerted cultivation and natural growth parenting Can you change your social class? Social mobility Explanations of stratification Social construction of gender Poverty line “doing gender” Myths about poverty Wage gap Sociological imagination, revisited...
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