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Soc 100 week 14 notes

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These notes will most likely be on the final, please be sure to review since last weeks class we only watched a video no notes!
Introductory Sociology
Dr. Mari Dagaz
Introd to Soc, Prejudice, discrimination
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This 2 page Bundle was uploaded by Ajané Notetaker on Thursday April 28, 2016. The Bundle belongs to SOC 100 at Central Michigan University taught by Dr. Mari Dagaz in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see Introductory Sociology in Sociology at Central Michigan University.


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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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