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Ch 5 Notes In Search of Respect

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Anthropology
Course Code
ANTA02H3
Professor
Maggie Cummings

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Chapter 5: School Days: Learning to be a Better CriminalANTA02
Family,, school and peer groups are important for construction and enforcement of
social marginalization
Misogyny of women is enforced through gang rape
Kindergarten Delinquencies: Confronting Cultural Capital
Cultural and generation gap destabilizes power relation between parents and
children
Mom as authority figure becomes illiterate sweat shop worker to children, when
parents interact with teacher
Doing well in school is betraying his moms love in a way, by siding with teacher
Teachers subconsciously enforce hierarchy of white domination
oMade Primo seem like he was stupid, and had discipline problem
He was judged with class and social inequality
School is where cultural capital and symbolic violence conflicts with children
Most enforcement of social power is unconscious
Primo was stuck between two cultures because Puerto Rico is aware of inner city
trouble in NY and they distrust Puerto Ricans that are from there
Violence: Family and Institutional
Caesars mom came from more urban part of Puerto Rico and was more literate and
acculturated
oLead to more violence
Caesar had to learn to be violent because moving to each school people tried to
initiate him, violence was a way of letting others know not to mess with him
Hitting on girls (sexual conquests) let Caesar escape violence
Violence was worse in reform schools, where counsellors would beat children too
Teachers often interpret depression from mothers leaving as an issue of classroom
discipline
Violence was the norm for Caesar, his grandma beat him publicly
oHe didnt think it was wrong
oGrandmas violence got her respect even from tough drug dealers, probably
became obvious to Caesar that violence could solve problems
Cultural relativism made author unable to understand gender based violence and
rape
Learning Street Skills in Middle School
Primos resistance to school got him into low IQ classes
Caesars violence got him special education classes for the mentally disordered, this
began his dependency on social security insurance (SSI)
oHis family also got SSI, allowed them to live more middle class
oHe was proud of it
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Chapter 5: School Days: Learning to be a Better Criminal ANTA02 Family,, school and peer groups are important for construction and enforcement of social marginalization Misogyny of women is enforced through gang rape Kindergarten Delinquencies: Confronting Cultural Capital Cultural and generation gap destabilizes power relation between parents and children Mom as authority figure becomes illiterate sweat shop worker to children, when parents interact with teacher Doing well in school is betraying his moms love in a way, by siding with teacher Teachers subconsciously enforce hierarchy of white domination o Made Primo seem like he was stupid, and had discipline problem He was judged with class and social inequality School is where cultural capital and symbolic violence conflicts with children Most enforcement of social power is unconscious Primo was stuck between two cultures because Puerto Rico is aware of inner city trouble in NY and they distrust Puerto Ricans that are from there Violence: Family and Institutional Caesars mom came from more urban part of Puerto Rico and was more literate and acc
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