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Lecture 6

Week 6 Lecture

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Popularity responses from last week: For boys: o One of the things that came up was attractiveness and having a nice body something that varies for different schools or may have changed over time o Money having lunch money, having a carbike were important o Straight people were more popular than gay people o Academics were important for boys o Talkative, outgoing, class clown o Having older friends, knowledge of popular music o Athletics, not just about being an athlete but which team youre on For girls: o Having lunch money, having a cell phone (money and SES) o Sexuality straight, but in some cases lesbians can be popular depending on school or context o Developed body, being feminine o Being involved in extracurricular activities o Intelligent o Being smart in math and science classes o Athletic was important o Appearance included body, body weight, how developed you are, sexuality, hair colour (blonde was popular) People doconstruct gender, by making popular boysgirls Its not just about creating this world but about reinforcing this world Not everybody is popular in school, some people dont care at all, theyre just in school Nonetheless, everybody is aware of the popularity hierarchy Focus was how children were creating an
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