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Goffman

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Asylums

  • Asylums Outline (with Blanks): Outline of first ~90 pages of Asylums, with blanks for students to fill in concepts and descriptions.  Quite detailed – may wish to edit to highlight key concepts for discussion.  Designed for Soc 1.
  • Asylums Worksheet: Worksheet for group work focusing on the first several pages of Asylums. Asks students to identify definitions and key features of institutions and total institutions, with discussion questions focusing on relationship between the self and the institution.  Designed for Soc 1.
  • Cuckoo’s Nest Field Notes: Fun activity to discuss Asylums as well as to help students prepare for participant observation project.  Asks students to take field notes on clips from One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.  Designed for Soc 1, but appropriate for higher-level courses as well.
  • Goffman Asylums – Mortification Definitions and Role Play Activity: Worksheet and activity asking students to define key features of total institutions, and then define and enact different types of mortifications that Goffman discusses.  I (Rachel Wetts) also did something like this when I taught Asylums, and it worked really well!  Designed for Soc 1, but appropriate for higher-level courses as well.
  • Goffman Asylums - Mortification, Secondary Adjustments and Moral Careers in the NOT-Total Institution:  Free-write and discussion activity asking students to reflect on how Berkeley is (and is not) like a total institution.  Includes list of key terms students might incorporate in their discussions.  Designed for Soc 1, but appropriate for higher-level courses as well.

 

Stigma

 

"On Face-Work"

 

Presentation of Self in Everyday Life

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