SOC367H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Patricia Hill Collins, Standpoint Theory, Nuclear Family

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12 Jan 2013
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Monday july 18, 2011 week 5 families and paid/unpaid work . Finish up on multiculturalism and nation lecture (from last week) Families and paid/unpaid work: hill collins (2000) different writing style, not as cleanly structured, included because she elaborates on slavery as historical backdrop on fathers parenting needed because. Deal with slavery by using blood ties, family notions family beyond economic unit, extended to community and one nation! (family: reynolds (2009) more typical sociology, Family values, however defined, seem[s] important to national well-being [political rhetoric often taps into] much deeper feelings about the significance of ideas about. Collins and reynolds try to disrupt our idea of family and the normative/universal ideas of family structure and that family arises in multiple contradictory ways Family impressions via pictures in class: harper family- generic nuclear family, happy, son idealizing harper, steeped in canadian nationalism, family=suitable leader conservative politics and family values, heterosexual. Vs: obama family picture- more approachable, heterosexuality, relatable, more informal .

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