Is it new/different?
Some people thought that globalization is nothing new, the world was always
connected. Cultures and religions always spreaded.
People focused on economic globalisation. This meant the amount of trade and
Sallaz bad jobs
Main question: understanding leaving bad jobs
When researchers emerge in the world to understand it. E.g getting a job
in a company youre trying to study
Navigation strategies- navigating the exit. He sa
What is healthy food?
Institutions (science, media) and power
You learn about food from social media, social networks, etc.
There is a lot of confusion and conflict as to what is healthy.
According to americans access to healthy food will make them h
Final words on homelessness
Homeless people are not powerless. They can use their number and attract media attention. E.g.
sit at road and attract media.
Whats a good job?
Good benefits- e.g. family leave.
Health positive environment
Stable income, h
Hout Social mobility
a. Social origins are key
b. What factors are important
Property, stocks and other financial resources
Long term financial stability changes in financial status.
Cultural attainment. E
Thompson: Post war society
Different this time?
Continual downward pressure on the availability of good jobs due to automation.
It may be different this time because in 2000s economic growth has been driven
Technology has never been mo
What we dont know?
Decline of religiosity. Fewer people not believing in religion.
Why is it that each new generation is less religious than the previous one.
Maybe each new generation has new scientific stuff.
Why it is
Read about main theories,ideas and concepts.
Please read the reading professor asks you to read.
Learn how to explain theories.
Construct an essay with an argument.
Independent and dependent variables
Connect independent variabl
Normative control , contd.
Facebook vs Google Plus
Google plus was seen a threat to Facebook.
Mark Zuckerberg called everyone in and explained how this was a threat to the company
and therefore to the workers. This was because of the normative control
Introduction: Big social changes
Religion and religiosity
Religion- Religion is a thing which divides the world into two different parts- profane and
Sacred things have some meaning behind them.
Profane things are normal things like shoes,
They become victims of crimes, assaults and sexual crimes
Getting some sort of shelter
Work, learn, money. Its hard to get a formal job. They get into informal work. E.g
theft, blood donation, prostitution.
Homeless people have less scope for upwards mobility.
We talk about equality yet we have homeless people. We consider this acceptable and do nothing
You dont have an address.
Poor people have more empathy than rich
Why go to a college?
The appeal of experience- not necessarily learning but having fun.
Alternatives to college
In the 80s people believed that everyone should go to college.
People believe college is appropriate for everybody and degree is important f
Sociology 1: Interview project
WHY GO TO COLLEGE?
My research focuses on determining whether international students show different
reasons for college attendance than native Californians. They may have shown more
commitment and thereby chose UCSD from a w
What do we mean by gender?
Lober: gender as
Process: in the social interaction throughout their lives, ppl learn what is
expected, see what is expected, act and react in expected ways and thus
simultaneously construct and maintain gender order
SOCI40 LECTURE 5B 5/3: PRE-MED STUDENTS AND SOCIALIZATION
Wrapping up: agents of socialization
Ppl act as socialization agents
Standards and technologies can act as socialization agents, too, because they structure
our actions, values, knowl
SOCI40 LECTURE 4C 4/28 HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS TODAY
Ppl were more interested in self-reliance
Work doctors undertook to install themselves as legit
To get patients reliant or trusting in their specialized knowledge
SOCI40 LECTURE 3C 4/21 HEALTH CARE DISPARITIES
Why someone wouldnt go to the doctor
Sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination
Medical doctors get little training on this
Has faced prejudiced
SOCI40 LECTURE 2C 4/14: Race, Racism, and Health
History of Racial Classification
Carl Linnaeus father of taxonomy
3 parts to a classification scheme
Consistent and unique principles of classification
Categories have to b
POLI150 LECTURE 3A 4/18
Measuring American Identity
Can we measure what it means to be an American? Studies have tried: American Identity
Vote in elections
Respect Americas political institutions and laws
Treat ppl of all races and backg
SOCI40 LECTURE 4B 4/26
Pre-professionalized medicine (circa 1900)
In the context of medical practice in this period, we can think of four main things
Assortment of practitioners and types of cures (expert on illness, elixirs, peddlers,
SOCI40 LECTURE 3B 4/19
Political economy of health care
Politics -> economy -> health care
Governments structure distribution of health care goods and services to their populations
Health care as a right or as a privilege
Lets us see how the macro-lev
Dimensions of Health
Ideology and discourse
Physical, mental, social
Ppl they can depend on, integrated in a social network
Roles, perceptions, symptoms
Roles: adherence to responsibilities, can you go to class if youre a student? Can
you take care o
30 May 2017
For my comic, I wanted to combine aspects of evidence-based medicine and the concept
of who gets to be a doctor and what doctors learn. In the first box, the caption will be Whats
really happening an
HIDDEN CURRICULUM IN MEDICAL EDUCATION
Types of Socialization
- Thought as a types of curricula
- Formal (stated, in tended, and family offered and endorsed curriculum)
o Various forms: Lecture, Small groups, Interactions with standar
Our Social World: 6-13, 17-27, 46-61
What is Sociology?
The study of social life, social change, and the social causes and consequences of human behavior.
- People are social by nature.
- People belong to social groups.
- The interaction be
Qualitative vs Quantitative
Cross sectional vs longitudinal designs (adv and limitations)
Variables (independent, dependent, intervening or mediating)
Ethics of research
Protect research subjects (avoid harm, obtain informed consent, avoid deception,
We discussed in lecture the ways in which Tirados book is about
poverty as stigma. Think about how poverty is stigmatizing. What are the
effects of poverty on self-image, self-respect, and respect (or lack of it) from
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We will examine the social causes and consequences of the economic, political, and cult
April 26 Editorial
The April 26 Editorial was a front-page article, Titled "We Must Take a Clear-cut Stand against
Disturbances", published in People's Daily on April 26, 1989, during the Tiananmen Square
protests. The editorial effectively defined the st