SOCA03Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Linguistic Determinism, Compulsory Education, Ann Swidler

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Explicit(something you can recognize and see when you walk in) Lining up at tim hortons(culture can be shifted easily) Penalties: turning in a paper adapted from the internet. Assumes that the way you think determined by the language you speak. Different languages result indifferent ideas about reality /the world. A rigid view where language determines certain outcomes. Assumes that differences between languages do not determine but instead reflect, the different worldview of speakers. Linguistic differences are result of cultural difference in thinking. A fluid view where worldviews can be modified, expanded and reshaped. Three 10-day intervals(ancient china, greece, ahanta of ghana . ) Agrarian workers took off old days and new days. The practice of treating a human product as something that is inevitable or natural. Mead(symbolic interactionism): each day is a kind of interaction; how we think of the days(love friday); We use culture in our daily life as a toolkit.

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