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Ch 7 Notes In Search of Respect

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Anthropology
Course Code
ANTA02H3
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Maggie Cummings

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Chapter 7: Families and Children in PainANTA02
Psychological and Psychiatric explanations of people in El Barrio ignores political
economic and cultural context
oHistorical unequal power relations around class, ethnicity, gender and sexual
categories
oPsychological explanations usually use white middle class participants
Mothers still have exclusive responsibility of motherhood, but have much more
individual freedom
oSome are unwilling to compromise freedom for motherhood, leading to abuse
and neglect
Structural problems of poverty, segregation and gender power relations are not
addressed by politicians
oNeed affordable day care, job training and employment referral services are
hard to come by for poor women
Street Cultures Children
Children have difficult life because they witness a lot of violence and drugs
Makes it easy for them to become criminals, drug addicts or pregnant
The author enjoyed how children played so freely in the streets and the public
affection given to children
oWhen he went to middle class homes, people didnt give the authors child
this affection
Class and racial boundaries were obvious when guars would follow author and the
kids he brought from East Harlem
Kids internalize self-destruction and then take charge and administer their own self-
destruction
Crackhouses are often the only place where there is heating and air conditioning,
and is most popular social spot in El Barrio
Candy’s son junior began as runner for Primo and later became lookout, had already
was arrested once and was beginning to look like drug dealer even though he refused
to use drugs
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Chapter 7: Families and Children in Pain ANTA02 Psychological and Psychiatric explanations of people in El Barrio ignores political economic and cultural context o Historical unequal power relations around class, ethnicity, gender and sexual categories o Psychological explanations usually use white middle class participants Mothers still have exclusive responsibility of motherhood, but have much more individual freedom o Some are unwilling to compromise freedom for motherhood, leading to abuse and neglect Structural problems of poverty, segregation and gender power relations are not addressed by politicians o Need affordable day care, job training and employment referral services are hard to come by for poor women Street Cultures Children Children have difficult life because they witness a lot of violence and drugs Makes it easy for them to become criminals, drug addicts or pregnant The author enjoyed how children played so freely in the streets and the public affection given to children o When he went to middle class homes, people didnt give the authors child this affection Class and racial boundaries were obvious when guars would follow author and the kids he brought from East Harlem Kids internalize self-destruction and then take charge and administer their own self- destruction Crackhouses are often the only place where there is heating and air conditioning, and is most popular social spot in El Barrio Candys son junior began as runner for Primo and later became lookout, had already was arrested once and was beginning to look like drug dealer even though he refused to use drugs www.notesolution.com
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