Soc 100 week 14 notes
Soc 100 week 14 notes SOC 100
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Date Created: 04/28/16
Craig 1 Ajane Craig SOC 100 Professor Digaz 4/28/16 Soc 100 notes week 14 Myth 1.)Idea that any race is superior 2.)Any “pure” race exists Ethnicity: Determined group identity with one another on a basis of common ancestry and cultural heritage. Ethnic groups share 5 common characteristics 1.)Unique cultural traits (clothing, food, music. Language, art, religious practices) 2.)Sense of community 3.)Feeling of ethnocentrism 4.)Ascribed membership 5.)Territoriality: tendency to occupy distinct geographic areas Prejudice & Discrimination (Attitude vs. behavior) Prejudice: Negative and persistent judgement based on very little or false information about a particular group Discrimination: unfair treatment because they belong to a particular group Mertons Typology of prejudice and discrimination Attitude (Prejudice) 1. 2. Bigot Timid Bigot 3. 4. Fair Weather All weather Egalitarian Egalitarian Yes No Behavior (Discrimination) Craig 2 Ajane Craig SOC 100 Professor Digaz 4/28/16 Most of the time if prejudice they don’t act or discriminate because it’s for some gain Ex: businesses don’t so they can “gain”= get more money Two Categories of Discrimination 1. Individual discrimination- primarily one individual behaves badly towards a member of another group in a harmful way 2. Institutional discrimination- woven into fabric of society often unobserved Four major types of Discrimination 1.) Isolate discrimination- international and harmful action taken by a member of a dominant group in society against a member of subordinate group without support of a dominant group. 2.) Social group discrimination- a limited number of a group (same as above) 3.) Direct institutional discrimination- organizationally a community prescribed action intentional differential and negative effect on subordinate group members. 4.) Direct institutional discrimination- practices that have a harmful effect on a subordinate group, even though they were set up with no intent to harm.
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