Sociology of Self-Knowledge: Course Topic as well as Pedagogical Strategy

Sociology of Self-Knowledge: Course Topic as well as Pedagogical Strategy

by Mohammad H. Tamdgidi (Editor)

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ISBN-13: 9781888024203
Publisher: Ahead Publishing House (imprint: Okcir Press)
Publication date: 11/10/2015
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.47(d)

Table of Contents

vii—Editor's Note: "Sociology of Self-Knowlege: Course Topic as well as a Pedagogical Strategy"
Mohammad Tamdgidi, University of Massachusetts Boston

1—The “Difference” A Red Face Makes: A Critical Sociology of Bullying in Capitalist Society
Deborah D’Isabel, University of Massachusetts Boston

11—The Tension of Opposites: Issues of Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in My Identity Formation
Claudia Contreras, University of Massachusetts Boston

21—My Choice of a Lifetime: “Finding True Love” in a Sociological Imagination
Katherine Heller, University of Massachusetts Boston

33—Beyond Bifurcation: Femininity and Professional Success in a Changing World
Rebecca Tink, University of Massachusetts Boston

41—A Different Voice, A Different Autobiography: Letting My Authentic Voice Speak
Caitlin Farren, University of Massachusetts Boston

49—The Overdose of Shame: A Sociological and Historical Self-Exploration
Haing Kao, University of Massachusetts Boston

My Life So Far: A “Work” in Progress
59—Harold Muriaty, University of Massachusetts Boston

67—Intersections of My Lesbian, Feminist, and Activist Identities:
Problems and Strategies in Everyday Impression Management
Rachel A. DeFilippis, University of Massachusetts Boston

79—Socialization of Transnationally Adopted Korean Americans: A Self Analysis
Lee Kang Woon, University of Massachusetts Boston

85—“Housing Project” In Comparative Perspective: Opportunity or Stigma?
N.I.B., University of Massachusetts Boston

93—Religion, Gender, and Patriarchy: Awakening to My Self-Conscious Resocialization
Sharon Brown, University of Massachusetts Boston

103—Beyond the “Goods Life”: Mass Consumerism, Conflict, and the Latchkey-Kid
Jennifer Lambert, University of Massachusetts Boston

109—Hooped Dreams: Internal Growth, External Stagnation, and One Man’s Search for Work
Anonymous, University of Massachusetts Boston

117—Contrasting Simmel’s and Marx’s Ideas on Alienation
Jorge Capetillo-Ponce, University of Massachusetts Boston

123—Working Outlines for the Sociology of Self-Knowledge
Mohammad Tamdgidi, University of Massachusetts Boston

MACALESTER COLLEGE SYMPOSIUM

137—Sociology of Self-Knowledge at Macalester College
Khaldoun Samman, Macalester College

141—The “Out” Crowd: Resisting the Stereotypes of High School and Teen Culture
Ellen Corrigan, Macalester College

153—My Performed Identity
Jeremy Cover, Macalester College

159—Identity Resistance and Market-based Political Culture at a Small Liberal Arts School
Jesse Mortenson, Macalester College

183—Go West Young Turk: Personal Encounters with Kemalism
Khaldoun Samman, Macalester College

193—Confessions of a Maine-iac: The Family, Academia, and Modernity
Jessica Sawyer, Macalester College

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