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Lecture 11

SOCIOL 1A06 Lecture 11: term2Lecture11
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Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOCIOL 1A06
Professor
Sandra Colavecchia

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Young people may not vote, but they are politically involved in non-traditional ways ● Who's more likely to get involved? ○ University-educated ○ Knowledge of current affairs ○ Self-mastery ■ A feeling of control over their life ○ Socialization ■ Parents with high level of education, volunteering, in politics Same sex marriage ● LGBTQ+ rights ○ The movement for both sides increases ● Tina Fetner (2008) ○ How Religious Right Shaped Lesbian and Gay Activism ○ American evangelical church strongly opposed LGBTQ+ rights and had money, party, and media control (60-80s) ○ They were successful at the sta
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