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7. School: latent functions—learn universality/that same rules apply to everyone a.other latent functions: hidden curriculum: patriotism,justice b. corridor curriculum:students teach each other out class/eg sexism/racism/coolness 8. Peer groups: help children resist efforts parents/schools to socialize a. norms for boys: make popular if have athletic ability, coolness/toughness b. norms for girls: popularity based family background/phys appear/attract boys c. grades: for boys, lowered popularity; for girls, increased standing among peers 9. Sports: >success means >masculine/>prestige among peers a. encourage boy to dev instrumental rel even w/fem:based on what can get out them b. girls: construct identities on meaningful relationships, not competitive success 10.total institution:Irving Goffman refer place w/cut-off rest soc/degedation ceremony III. Socialization thru life course: Philippe Aries: mid-ages childhood no see as special A.adolescence:gap b/ adult/child create by indus soc/dev own subculture/inner turmoil B.Keniston:prolonged youth (18-29) ad by indus soc/postpone adult respon past adoles C. early middle yrs (30-49): prob: US fem/told “have it all”:super-worker/wife/mom D. later middle years (50-65): reorient from time since birth to time left/sandwich gen
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3/1/12 SYG 2000: Lecture 8 2/2 www2.fiu.edu/agirardc/2000lec9.ch3.htm E. older years (65+): recent since in agric soc, old age though to begin at age 40
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  • Fall '09
  • CHRISGIRARD
  • Sociology, a. wc parent, wc pattern/emphasize conformity

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