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SOSA 2502 Final: Final exam formal and review points
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by OneClass1122625 , Fall 2016
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Fall 2016

Department
Soc & Social Anthropology
Course Code
SOSA 2502
Professor
Emma Whelan
Study Guide
Final

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Exam Format
26(ish) multiple choice
2 long answer
Review:
Gadow (self-body dialect)
Priary iediay: efore you get sik, take ody for grated; lied ody
Disrupted immediacy: self constrained by body in illness; body in conflict with the
self; ojet ody
Cultivated immediacy: adapt to body; transcendence of conflict and opposition
etee self ad ody; reoiliatio etee lied ody ad ojet ody
Aesthetic immediacy: some people never get to; appreciation of the body as having
its own perspective, its own self; both have a claim on the person; self gives up its
priay; sujet ody
Medicine defines problems as induvial problem, as natural
ADHD is a social problem because it exists in a social setting, mostly in a classroom,
but we make it an individual problem to be treated with drugs
Critiques of Parson Consensus Model
Assumption that everything works well; doctors and patients know how to behave;
doctors role is to integrate patients back into the community
Parsons admitted that doctor-patient relationship is problematic because doctors
cannot always get people well again (ex. Patients that have chronic illness)
o Does not work well with chronic problems
Doctors and patients do not always conform to their roles
Biopsychosocial model
Being ill involves more than what is going on in the body it is social as well as
physical
Increasingly recognized in disciplines holism
Biosocial model: physicians should incorporate different aspects of the patient
Critique: the way it gets used in health care is that a lot of your health is under your
control, part of your mental state (illness is a social or psychological choice people
make)
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• Exam Format 1. 26(ish) multiple choice 2. 2 long answer • • Review: • • Gadow (self-body dialect) 1. Primary immediacy: before you get sick, take body for granted; “lived body” 2. Disrupted immediacy: self constrained by body in illness; body in conflict with the self; “object body” 3. Cultivated immediacy: adapt to body; transcendence of conflict and opposition between self and body; reconciliation between “lived body” and “object body” 4. Aesthetic immediacy: some people never get to; appreciation of the body as having its own perspective, its own self; both have a claim on the person; self gives up its primacy; “subject body” • • Medicine defines problems as induvial problem, as natural 1. ADHD is a social problem because it exists in a social setting, mostly in a classroom, but we make it an individual problem to be treated with drugs • • Critiques of Parson Consensus Model 1. Assumption that everything works well; doctors and patients know how to behave; doctors role is to integrate patients back into the community 2. Parsons admitted that doctor-patient relationship is problematic because doctors cannot always get people well again (ex. Patients that have chronic illness) 1. Does not work well with chronic problems 3. Doctors and patients do not always conform to their roles • • Biopsychosocial model 1. Being ill involves more than what is going on in the body – it is social as well as physical 2. Increasingly recognized in disciplines – holism 3. Biosocial model: physicians should incorporate different aspects of the patient 4. Critique: the way it gets used in health care is that a lot of your health is under your control, part of your mental state (illness is a social or psychological choice people make) 1. Get studies of welfare models, and positive attitude on cancer ***victim- blaming 2. Patients do not like the idea that their illness has a psychological component – think that disease is all in their head 3. Increased medical surveillance over people – physicians gathering more information over you, which is a form of power (when patients confess their life in a doctor office, doctors can administer you more; making it politically problematic) • • Theorizing Race 1. Concept of race: makes you assume it is a thing 1. Non-critical position on the idea of race 2. Natural distinctions that mark people into categories 2. Racism: races may actually exist, even if you are racist 1. Does not problematize the categories of race but with the race themselves 3. No biological foundation for race, race is a result of social construction • • 3 models of disability 1. Property model: disability is a property of individual bodies 2. Relational model: overlap between chronic illness and disability; disability can be caused by chronic illness and can be caused by chronic illness 1. Suggests social disadvantage 2. Focus on disability
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