Jim Crow Museum Analysis
Watch the Jim Crow Museum https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yf7jAF2Tk40
1. Citing an explicit example from the Jim Crow Museum clip, how was white supremacy an active construction in society, created through a structural level process?
2. Citing an explicit example from the Jim Crow Museum clip, how was white supremacy an active construction in society, created through a cultural level process?
3. Citing an explicit example from the Jim Crow Museum clip, how was white supremacy an active construction in society, created through an interactional level process?
4. Why is the propensity of folks to say “All Lives Matter” a cultural level race process? What part of American culture does it draw from?
5. Explain what a symbolic interactionist would say about the interactional effects of racial microaggression on an individual. How is the concept of ‘looking glass self’ connected?
6. How is Tim Wise’s argument about guilt vs responsibility an argument about race at the structural and institutional level?
1. Define sex and gender essentialism in your own words. Now Define sex and gender constructionism in your words. What is the scientific evidence that sex is not a binary?
2. Discuss thoroughly the use of heteronormativity in our culture. Discuss what the Kinsey scale found about the nuances of sexuality. Pick an example of a structural, cultural, OR interactional way in which society reinforces and reproduces heteronormativity.
3. Discuss how a structural functionalist would view gender socialization. If sex and gender are empirically NOT binaries, why are we culturally beholden to the idea of sex as a binary?
4. Now, discuss how a conflict theorist would see gender socialization. the way the structure is set up…. conflicting interests built into systems.)
6. Now, discuss how a Symbolic Interactionist would view gender socialization. State a cultural belief, norm, or value about your gender. Now discuss if you have conformed or rebelled to the gender norm, value, of belief. Was this value, norm, or belief instilled in your primary or secondary socialization? Who were the agents of socialization for this gender norm, value, or belief?
Summaries: (50 words or more each answer) (which is a paragraph)
1.1 Describe fully why the sick role is a cultural level health phenomenon
1.2 Describe how illness is socially constructed via structural factors
1.3 Describe the historical events that led to widespread distrust of the medical community in Black folks.
1.4 Describe the state of health care access in the U.S.
1.5 Describe how we can use a sociological lens to inform public health measures.
Sociological Discussion Questions: (50 words or more for each answer)
1. Why are the poor more likely than their middle class counterparts to be overweight or obese? What sociological factors might researchers look at to understand the correlation?
2. What sociological factors help explain the rise of opiod use and abuse in U.S. communities?
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