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Sociology
Course Code
SOC102H1
Professor
Teppermann

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soc march 15
LECTURE 8
health inequalities and stigmatization
last train home- dvd??
-health problems cause additional problems
STIGMATIZED
-appearance issues
-mental illness
-addicted people
-doctors --> medical profession holds control over allocation of blame
--> power of medical notes
-courts of law also hold some control over blame
-sickness is a social role that permits people to disobey the socially defined rules of
proper behaviour --> it calls for excuse, forgiveness, failure to fulfill social duties
-doctrs role-> control deviance in society
- biologically sick vs socially sick
-not everyone that is biogically sick wants to be regarded as uch or relieved of their
duties
-doctors are not king soloman, they asess.
-hard for doctors to give doctors notes for chronic/long-term illnesses
-who to blame, what to do
-meanings of illness --> STD- how did they get it?
--> anorexic-- moral attribution
-attachment of blame to illness-- moral burden
--> poor
-stigma
-spoil identity--- something that changes your perspective on someone...
-makes someone unable to pursue/maintain normal activity
-something that if someone knew would humuliate you - potential spoil
identity
-how do people manage their spoil identity?? --how to prevent
everyone from knowing it and/or if revealed, how to continue interacation
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soc march 15 LECTURE 8 health inequalities and stigmatization last train home- dvd?? -health problems cause additional problems STIGMATIZED -appearance issues -mental illness -addicted people -doctors --> medical profession holds control over allocation of blame --> power of medical notes -courts of law also hold some control over blame -sickness is a social role that permits people to disobey the socially defined rules of proper behaviour --> it calls for excuse, forgiveness, failure to fulfill social duties -doctrs role-> control deviance in society - biologically sick vs socially sick -not everyone that is biogically sick wants to be regarded as uch or relieved of their duties -doctors are not king solom
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