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Family of Orientation
the nuclear family in which one is born and grows up
Family of Procreation
nuclear family estb. when one marries and has children
Family of Affiliation
psycological ties with people one loves and has support
American Kinship- David Schneider
produced ethnographic work of familes in detroit. americans understand kinship as related to genetics. he argues that genetics is used symbolically in order to describe and make sense of social relationships that define kinship
Forms of Marriage
arranged, elective, monogamy, fraternal polyandry, polygamy, cross cousin
Nuclear Family
mom, dad, 2.1 kids
ABC's Modern Family- Why is is not diverse?
not diverse all uphold monogamous relationships and family has ties to upper-class socioeconomic standing.
Bajadores
border bandits
Coyotes
smugglers
Coyotek
underground node installer
Polleros
smugglers
Pollos
undocumented migrants
Lay-up sights
temp rest stops, pick up points
La Caminata
movie:
Proletariat
the factory workers
symbols
images, words, behaviors that stand for something else
feral children
miss language learning point.
Genie-locked in room
bloody insertion rule
minne-fucking-sota
conventionality
association between a meaningful sequence of sounds and what it stands for in human language. we all agree on grammar
language productivity
ability to create infinate number of sentences
displacement
language ability to talk about something not in the immidiate environment
kinseics
study of non-verbal communication
body language
chomsky's discussion of how children learn language
children learn language by appluing unconscious universal grammar to the sounds they hear,. learn it without formal instruction in short periods of time learn regardless of how well they perform other mental tasks. lean it by deduction rather than by imitation or memorization
sociolinguistics
studies the relationship between social and linguistic variation or language in its social context
factors that influence how we speak
culture, geography, gender, context, code switching (switch between languages, dialects, or style within a single convo. influenced by context:social situation) class
Class/ SES
denotes economic position and rank in social hierarchy. implies social stratificaton and inequality. permeates our social behavior ant thought
social stratification
levels of classes
MOP
land, labor, tech., capital, major productive reources
bourgeoisie
owners of facorites, MOP
poroletariat
people who have to sell labor to survive
weber's 3 dimensions of social stratification
wealth power prestige.
class consciousness
recogniton of collective interests and personal identification with one's economic groupq
public and hidden transcripts
public convo
provate convo-critique
DEBO
you know
hegemony
stratified social order where subordinants comply with domination by internalizing its values and accepting its naturalness
age and aging
aging=socio cultural process age=key dimension of cultural identity and social status
gen Y characteristics
racially diverse self expression self fulfillment creativity frugality public service
holism
bio, archeology, language, social anthropology
stages of undocumented crossing
prep, act of crossing, success or spprehension, la linea, liminality
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