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You have a student number Portifual Angolga one of them ways they couldn’t track of people. Forcing them to take portaguese name. Family last name to a father last name.
June 13, 2016 Winnie Yan Egocentric: talk about self, can work accordingly, see biology as an individual self and rooted in the body and ending with the skin Social significance of sonograms/ultrasounds : We call it a baby Learn if it’s a boy or a girl First time you get to see your baby (cultural) A way to announce to the world of having a child Giving it a status of a human/independence It can be used by prolife (anti-abortion group) to advocate rights for babies. It’s a way of giving person hood to this entity/technology that is attributing person hood to this fetus Anticipating motherhood Responsibility for the pregnant women Sociocentric self: the person exist through the roles they occupy. How persons constructed through roles and relationships. Japan: 6 pronouns for male and 5 pronouns for female pronoun that you use depends on who you are talking to Keigo- social standing of the people talking to each other also shows degree of intimacy. In English we don’t have formal But we use salutations Who you are differs according to who you are And show we are through communications (social status in hierarchy- ie emailing friends veruss someone of a higher positon) How do you construct yourself on social media? Where does this fall on the egocentric- sociocentric continuum? Does your virtual self reflect your physical self? Does your virtual self ever affect your physical self? Facebook shows an egocentric to represent yourself, sociocentrc to promote trends that they follow. You only show the good aspect of your self “positivity” Cyber bullying Future Jobs Boost up confidence Social media is about constructing self in socio and ego centric ways. Body as Project? Self as Project?
June 13, 2016 Winnie Yan In class discussion of what we think of her: Happy, Healthy, Type A, Idealstic What people do with their body is a connection with what they do in society. What we do our body Body reveals inner self (Ie. Sleeping, eating and exercising, Photoshop, self care. Has her life together) all of these practices is what link identity and self hood Dieting, Beauty Work, e.g. Hair, Make-up, Spa etc. Give people the chance to satisfy various social imperatives: imperative to approximate gendered media ideals the imperative to work at self improvement the imperative to consume status conferring commodities and services (ie. Highlight/haircut) the imperative to participate in social conversations about gender validating topics. Medical treatments of aneroxiia emphasized identity and individual response. It failed to realize how media plays a role in their perceived size. It is not just a disease but its part of a societal issue. – Becker 1995 In 2004, during this time the western media ha been expanding at a rapid rate and there was a drastic shift on how women portrayed their body (how it was a self project) ESSAY: Introduction:

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