SOCIOL 2JJ3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: System On A Chip, Cultural Diversity, Cultural Capital

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Identities: differences, similarities and inequalities soc 2jj3. Sociological imagination (micro-macro: able to put self in other people"s shoes, connect ind experiences with something broader. Socially constructed identities: not only ind experiences only, society can control identities, ex: same sex marriage used to not be accepted now it is more accepted and. What is the social importance of discussing identity differences and similarities: our relationship with others, our social interaction with others. Social identities can be produced and reproduced through stereotypes which can powerfully reinforce people"s perception of others ideology: stereotypes are a psychological process. Ideology is a belief system that may or may not be the truth: can affect how we interact with others. In absence of real" info, people tend to resort to stereotypes: applied to all social groups: gender, class, race/ethnicity, age, sexual orientation. ** differences mean diversity as well as inequalities ** If we want to have inclusion, we need the government to help.

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