Here is our vuvox, take a peek and enjoy! VOGUE and its transformation
Trenchcoat Mafia decided that for our Group Project, we would focus on looking for sociological concepts in children’s popular cartoons from the 90’s. Each person chose a cartoon and a theory we learned from class to focus on and write a short blog post on what we found when we applied sociological analysis and concepts. After all, cartoons are a great way to educate and socialize young kids to our society’s invisible social rules and standards. Each cartoon we studied is a great resource for applying many of the concepts we learned from class, ranging from Weber’s conception of authority to Marcuse’s one-dimensional thought. The following links below will take you to the blog posts each of us wrote about our chosen cartoon, click on them to read about what we found and how it relates to social theory:
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Notions of the Habitus, the Docile Body, and Female Objectification are heavily present in the media. Check out how we see these issues exist and continue to evolve over time by examining covers Seventeen Magazine from the 1940’s through today!
We conducted three breaching experiments in the library to better understand social norms at Oxy.
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