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George Herbert Mead. “The Self, the I, and the Me,” (in O’Brien, pp. 121-125). Wednesday, September 23Tamotsu Shibutani. “Reference Groups as Perspectives,” (O’Brien, pp. 192-198).Friday, September 25Erving Goffman, ”The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life,” (in O’Brien, pp. 262-271).Week 5: Acquiring Racial Identities – Institutional and Contextual Interpretations of the Self Film Screening: All Me: The Life and Times of Winfred Rembert by Vivian Ducat (2011) Monday, September 28Herbert Blumer, (1958) “Race Prejudice as a Sense of Group Position.” Pacific Sociological Review1, pp.3-7.Stanford M. Lyman and William A. Douglas, “Ethnicity: Strategies of Collective and Individual Impression Management.” Social Research 40, Summer 1973, pp.348-359.6
Wednesday, September 30Pamela Perry, “Shades of White” (in O’Brien, pp. 198-218.)Friday, October 2W.E.B. DuBois. “Double Consciousness and the Veil,” (in O’Brien, pp. 474-478).Amir Marvasti, “Being Middle Eastern: Identity Negotiation in the Context of the ‘War onTerror’.”(in O’Brien, pp. 306-317). Week 6: Learning and “Doing Gender”: Sex Roles and IdentityMonday, October 5Michael Kimmel, Guyland: The Perilous World Where Boys Become Men. Understanding the Critical Years Between 16 and 26. New York: Harper Collins, 2008. pp 44-69.Wednesday, October 7C. J. Pascoe. Dude, You’re a Fag: Masculinity and Sexuality in High School. Berkeley: UC Press, 2007, Chapter 1, “Making Masculinity pp. 1 – 15; and Chapter 2 and 3, “Becoming Mr. Cougar,” and “Dude, You’re a Fag,” pp. 25-83.Friday, October 9Rachel Simmons, Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls,Orlando: Harvest, Harcourt, pp.155-176.Steven Hinshaw, The Triple Threat: Saving Our Teenage Girls from Today’s Pressures. NY. Ballentine Books/Random House, 2009, ch 9, pp 159 – 178.Week 7: Locating the Influential “Others” – Technology and the Social StructureFilm Screening:Robot Stories,Greg Pak (2003)Monday, October 12Shenyang Zhao, “The Digital Self Through the Looking Glass of Telecopresent Others.” (in O’Brien, pp. 153-161). Wednesday, October 14Sherry Turkle. Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other. NY Basic Books, 2011, Chapter 7, “Communion,” pp. 127-147.Friday, October 16Danah Boyd, It’s Complicated: The Social Life of Networked Teens. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2014 , Introduction, pp, 19-28; Chapter 1, “Identity: Why do Teens Seem So Strange On-Line,” pp. 29-53. [Available on-line through oskicat, at e-brary with calnet ID]Week 8. Factors and Processes in Learning an Identity -- Hikikomori in Japan and Becoming a Marijuana SmokerVideo Screening:Hikikomori, Francesco Jodice and Kal Karman, (2004)7
Monday, October 19Saito Tamaki, Hikikomori: Adolescence Without End (1998), trans. Jeffrey Angles.

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