SOCIOL 3AC Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Eric Klinenberg, Pierre Bourdieu, Social Capital

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Lecture 10
Sociology of the Family
Family is a core institution in all societies
BUT families vary by time and place
Multigenerational households
Arranges marriages
Patrilocal families
Nuclear families
cohabitation
pewsocialtrends.org
How the American Family has changed since 1950s
Explanations:
Cultural: change in values, gender norms
Economic: decline in stable middle-class jobs
Implications:
Fluidity, time-bind, changing childhood
Class matters more?
Eric Klinenberg
Arlie Hoschchild, "The Second Shift" "Time-Bind"
Time-Bind: children's time was different than the parents, children always need more time for things.
Parents have to be quick and efficient. Time pressure binds everyone.
Sociology of Education: What are the major functions of schooling?
Socialization
Preparation for work
Stratification?
o Paul Willis (1977) Learning to Labor
o Randal Collings (1979) The Credential Society: Historical Sociology of Education and
Stratification
o Pierre Bourdieu (1996) State Nobility
Pierre Bourdieu (1930-2002)
Habitus, capital, fields
Forms of capital: Economic, social, symbolic
How inequalities are reproduced
The role of education in legitimizing modern stratification
Lareau 2002 "Invisible Inequality" (Later Unequal Childhoods: Class, Race and Family Life, 2003)
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