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Status, Social Capital and Child Development

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Health Studies
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HLTC23H3
Professor
Jason Ramsay

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March 07, 2011
HTBL02
Lecture 08
Status, Social Capital and Child Development
Social Capital is in decline.
Social Capital is how I find a babysitter, getting stuff done using your connections
Edward Hopper
His work is really about alones and urban alienation.
Latest chapter of historial realism in America: Edward Hoppers work
Hoppers most famous painting is Nighthawks
There is a sense of waiting in his paintings, as in like: what are we doing here
There is nothing sentimental about his paitings, they dont make you long for those
simpler times
His paintings were before the Depression
Urban Alienation and Social Capital
Hopper like to paint people at home, outside their home, and there is something odd
at their house. He also painted people travelling.
Automat 1927: he chooses not to depict anything outside the store.
Chop Suey: very colourful painting. The bright colours dont really depict happiness
Putnams Model of Social Capital
Years of education had a lot to do with how these people were doing.
Back in the 50s: people could trust their neighbours, people were tie to their
communities.
3 kinds of social cohesion: bridging, bonding, and linking
Psychological Aspects of Social Capital
Structure versus Cognitive conceptualization
Structural: Embedded within community structures such as organizations
Cognitive: Internalized values and norms that help shape behaviour
Where is Social Capital?
The strength of weak ties: you dont get jobs from your best friends, you get jobs from
your acquaintance.
Social Capital versus Social Support
Capital more to neighbours forces, support is more tie to your best friends
Study
Belonging to recreational groups was important
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March 07, 2011 HTBL02 Lecture 08 Status, Social Capital and Child Development Social Capital is in decline. Social Capital is how I find a babysitter, getting stuff done using your connections Edward Hopper His work is really about alones and urban alienation. Latest chapter of historial realism in America: Edward Hoppers work Hoppers most famous painting is Nighthawks There is a sense of waiting in his paintings, as in like: what are we doing here There is nothing sentimental about his paitings, they dont make you long for those simpler times His paintings were before the Depression Urban Alienation and Social Capital Hopper like to paint people at home, outside their home, and there is something odd at their house. He also painted people travelling. Automat 1927: he chooses not to depict anything outside the store. Chop Suey: very colourful painting.
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