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[SOCB50H3] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 50 pages long Study Guide!


Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOCB50H3
Professor
Joe Hermer
Study Guide
Final

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SOCB50H3
FINAL EXAM
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SOCB50 Lecture 2
- Norms are extremely concrete
- We experience norm every second
- How norms work?
o When we understand that we understand how power works
Slide 1:
- What is Deviance?
o Very generally, behaviours, ideas and attributes that illicit a negative reaction, one of
disapproval
o Form of conduct
o Form of being
o That elicit a form of reaction
Slide 2:
- What is a norm?
o A norm is behaviour, an attribute or an idea that is widely views as being acceptable at a
particular place and time
o Society moral expectation
o Situational
o Unstable
o Relational and bi-directional
o Always moving
o E.g. gender norms
Gender sexuality, gays and lesbians
o Normal to deviant-> smoking, sexual harassment, spanking
o Deviant to normal-> gay and lesbian
- Civic inattention; when you are enclosed proximity with strangers you ignore them
- Micro-aggressio; they do’t uderstad the lie etwee opliets ad stereotypes
- Norms are powerful for 2 reason;
o They are internalized
We experience them as natural and take them for granted
Around gender, race
o We want to belong; we want to be appreciated
Show them we are part of there group
E.g. the way we dress, the way we act, social media
- Norms only exist with relation to other people
- Queuing is very important
- Breaching a norm can result in much bigger consequences
o E.g. Tim Hortons- do’t wait i lie- escort by campus police, then get ban from campus
Tims
- Internalized norms and cues
- Public spaces are inscribed with norms
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Slide 3:
- The panopticon (Bentiham, 1785)
o Felt like they were always under surveillance
o Reforming one soul, one human being
The idea that one human being can be reform by constant surveillance
o One person can watch a whole bunch of other
Slide 4:
- Bus bench
o Enforce one type of norm
o Sit there for a short period of time
o Defensive architecture or site hardening- punishment
- Ikea
o You get lost
o The yellow foot prints guide you through the whole store
Put in smells at specific space to attract your attention
Slide 5/6:
- Parks
o Places that we go to get away from life
o Designed in great detail
o Many parks are man-made
Slide 7:
- RBF; resting b**** face
o Look like a B
o Woman have to be pleasing all the time
o Emotional labor
o Role as mother, wife
o Husband; serious, public spirit
Cae here to do what you eed to do, do’t are aout others
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