a as women age they get less roles and those they get are stereotypes eg i

A as women age they get less roles and those they get

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a.as women age, they get less roles and those they get are stereotypes, e.g.i.witches, mothers, nuns, etc. 46. media distorts social classa.How class is presentedb.Video “Class Dismissed”c.See all 8 episodes!!!!47. peersa.People linked by common interests, equal social position and usually, similar agesb.1 - contribute to our sense of belonging -- self-worth c.2 - normative -- peer groups can have their own norms, attitudes, speech, and dress codes....48. technologya.Socialization – and technology – b.A good thing????? c.Cell Phones....Argh!! 49. anticipatory socializationa.learning how to take on new roles50. what is re-socialization (voluntary – in voluntary)a.degradation ceremonies – prisonb.reverse socialization51. anticipatory and resocializationa.rites of passage… b.say something about our social structure – voluntaryc.Rites of passage can create a sense of belonging…... Durkheim: i.“They hold society together and are often the site of the sacred in a givensociety.”
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d.Rites of Passage -- Not all are the samee.rites of passage help ease our changes in statusf.Rites of Passage Involuntaryg.De-socialization often occurs before re-socializationh.“total institution”i.Other examples of resocialization? - kids and technology? 52. emotionsa.why do they fit in discussions about socialization?b.have you ever felt one way but expressed something different?53. emotions defineda.“a bodily cooperation with an image, a thought, a memory—a cooperation of which the individuals is usually aware.”54. structural viewa.KEMPER’s model: within social structures we have varying degrees of (power) authority and status (prestige or honor). Kemper essentially uses Weber’s notion of power. Changes in relative power result in the arousal of negative and positive emotions. b.more power = satisfaction, security, and confidencec.less power = anxiety, fear and loss of confidenced.status shields55. primary emotionsa.Result from situations that bring about physiological arousalb.But society instructs us how to respond to them….56. social structure may inhibit certain emotionsa.Emotions are social objectsb.experienced in public but felt in privatec.There are emotion norms just as there are behavioral norms and we learn these via socializationd.“feeling rules” 57. emotions area.responses that have been institutionalized by society and transmitted through cultureb.examplesi.Fearii.Angeriii.Depression/Sadnessiv.Happinessc.Feeling rules – Boundaries that delineate the privileges and obligations for what we must feel in a given situation – they provide direction for feelings and duration… “a zone” she calls it. 58. secondary emotionsa.Those emotions we learn to feel via feeling rules/emotion normsb.Guilt, Proud, Shame, Embarrassment59. emotions also reflect the looking glass self and the game stage
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a.supposed to be…i.angrywhen insultedii.calmand cool under pressure iii.happyat weddingsiv.sadat funeralsv.rejoice at good news but not too much if it is at someone’s expense60. commercialization of feelingsa.leads to blocked authenticityi.
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