Week 8 - Week 8: Class 17:59 Stereotypes serve a function...

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Unformatted text preview: Week 8: Class 17:59 Stereotypes serve a function in the world. How do they operate and what do they do? EC: PBS People Like Us: Social Class in America 1999 class is judged by clothes, money, race, house, parentage, history of family class exists in American society. But what does this film does not communicate. Where does class come from, and what purposes do these stereotypes serve? defined by the people we feel the most comfortable around, what you have in common. People separate themselves from who fits into their social class and who does. Use in project: use different images and have peoples responses, how do they react. And then set up situation where they are trying to provoke situations. Social Class Economic groups: marked through different things though Dress Codes of conduct Social stratification: these groups are not equal. See how people try to maintain their Social stratification: these groups are not equal....
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course ANTH 120 taught by Professor Jeandennison during the Fall '11 term at UNC.

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Week 8 - Week 8: Class 17:59 Stereotypes serve a function...

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