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Social Protests & Review


Wrapping up discussion about social protests/movements & review

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East Carolina University
Soci 1010 - Race, Gender, Class
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SOCI 1010 1nd Edition Lecture 36 Outline of Last Lecture I What makes something sociological II Police officers unarmed men III Social Protest Movements IV Social problem i Protestors ii Counter movement Outline of Current Lecture Conclusion Review I Social Movements Protest a Structural power b Resources II Review a 3 Characteristics of Sociology b Sociological perspective c Getting off getting intimate Current Lecture I Social Movements Protests These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute a Structural power idea that protest are shaped by institutions you are a member of or participate in i The form protests take place is not random ii Ex students protest on campus iii How would people protest how social order is maintained By disrupting social order iv People protest based on positions that they hold b Resources all protests social movements need some level of resources way to communicate place to meet etc i Protest is patterned II Review a 3 characteristics of sociology i human behavior interaction ii patterns of behavior iii categories diff experiences in society based on categories to which you belong b Sociological perspective ability to see difference between individual people and their social context social circumstances c Getting off getting intimate how interactions between women white and black frat men vary i Black fraternities are more like to be romantic with females than white fraternity members ii Possibly due to living arrangements black frats don t typically have houses so they are in the own rooms apts etc whereas white fraternities have very communal living

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