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Women Without Class: Girls, Race, and Identity (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Dezember 2002

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"Pathbreaking and original. Bettie's comparative analysis of race, class, and gender performance of the different female peer issues is unparalleled in current scholarship."-Angela Valenzuela, author of Subtractive Schooling: U.S.-Mexican Youth and the Politics of Caring


In this examination of white and Mexican-American girls coming of age in California's Central Valley, Julie Bettie offers tools for understanding the ways in which class identity is constructed and, at times, fails to be constructed in relationship to colour, ethnicity, gender and sexuality. Documenting the categories of subculture and style that high school students use to explain class and racial/ethnic differences among themselves, Bettie depicts the complex identity performances of contemporary girls. The title, "Women Without Class", refers at once to young working-class women who have little cultural capital to enable class mobility, to the fact that class analysis and social theory has remained insufficiently transformed by feminist and ethnic studies, and to the fact that some feminist analysis has itself been complicit in the failure to theorize women as class subjects. Bettie's research and analysis make a case for analytical and political attention to class, but not at the expense of attention to other axes of identity and social formations.

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HASH(0x995b6fb4) von 5 Sternen best book I've read all year 10. Juli 2003
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"Women without Class" is a tour de force of exceptional scholarly research and keen social observation. Bettie does a tremendous job exploring how class operates in many powerful, yet subtle ways in the lives of young women in one California high school. She highlights the role of economics, but also addresses issues of race/ethnicity, gender, and sexuality. Through sustained, in-depth ethnographic research, Bettie illuminates the complex social dynamics of a community and brings the personalities, experiences and worries of these young women to life. The book is honest and sharp, reading almost like a novel. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in sociology, education, youth, race/ethnic relations, or gender.
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HASH(0x9a0c23a8) von 5 Sternen Great Read for those working with Teens 3. Juli 2003
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As a person who works daily with young people both in and out of academic settings, I found this book gave a fresh perspective on how we view teenagers (both men and women) and the influence we have on their lives; especially those influences that are unconcious on our part. It changed the way I perceive my students and gave me new tools for communication. I also thought it was a terrific read; often dramatic and moving. I highly reccomend this book to anyone whose work or lives are connected with young people in America.
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HASH(0x9a11a5dc) von 5 Sternen Keep writing and teaching Dr. Bettie! 21. Dezember 2014
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Great book that deals with how we see other races, cultures, and or ethnicity in light of our own. Will make you think and reevaluate your take on Race in America. A Thought provoking book by Dr. Julie Bettie. She is Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of California (Santa Cruz). I hope to one day have a successful career and at least one book dealing with matters of race from my stance on psychology and theology. She has helped me out a lot in that regard.
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HASH(0x9a11a57c) von 5 Sternen Class Matters 10. Juli 2009
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This is a great ethnography for anyone interested in teaching and/or school administration. Should be required reading before anyone steps foot in the classroom! Teachers expectations and actions matter!

Julie Bettie (2003) conducted an ethnographic study about how high school girls experience class in the school, and how their experiences of class intersect with race and gender. Bettie presents a case that girls and women have often been ignored in studies of class, and that when girls are studied it is usually with a focus on their gender over all other parts of identity. Her study demonstrates how girls' experience of class influences how they experience gender and race, and vice versa. She does not seek to establish class as the primary aspect of one's identity, but rather to show how the social discourses of class, race, and gender interact with each other and the individual to shape our identity and understanding of the world. Bettie is particularly interested in how these discourses shape girls' educational experience and attainment.

Bettie outlines the recent scholarship and theoretical debates regarding class, gender, race, and education. Studies on class include the symbolic meaning of class and how these meanings inform our identity. Feminist theory incompletely recognizes women as subjects with class, making gender the primary analytical feature. This tendency within feminist scholarship hides the way class impacts women's experience of gender (and race and age), making class invisible in the scholarship. The ways class is hidden or invisible in scholarship is demonstrated through Bettie's analysis of the research and through her study.
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Used for Human Development/Women's Studies course. Relatable based on the topics of race, gender, class, and identity.
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