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POSC 311 Notes May 2-May 6,2016

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POSC 311 Notes May 2-May 6,2016 POSC 311

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Sexual Harassment Quid Pro Quo Anita Hill Civil Rights Movement Emmett Till Affirmative Action Executive privileges Administrative law
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James Fox
EEOC, harrassment, Affirmative
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This 9 page Bundle was uploaded by Audra Oul on Wednesday May 4, 2016. The Bundle belongs to POSC 311 at 1 MDSS-SGSLM-Langley AFB Advanced Education in General Dentistry 12 Months taught by James Fox in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 37 views. For similar materials see Constitutional Law Power in Political Science at 1 MDSS-SGSLM-Langley AFB Advanced Education in General Dentistry 12 Months.

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                                                                                                                                 May 2, 2016 What is sexual harassment? Any on­going undesirable advances or comments, which are sexual  It is a problem when it does not stop when asked to stop   Verbal act that makes someone feels uncomfortable  They ae distracting  Say something nice and the other does not want feel unwelcome Written down somewhere as potential sexual harassment 1. Quid Pro Quo: this for that Go out with me then I will put word for you It could be for sex in exchange for employment Do that to get the job 2. Hostile Work environment: the higher magnitude of the offense or smaller offense  repeated  One large event or smaller persistent events  I.e. Joke, comment, etc. Guys talk about strip club, but women does not want to hear that  It could be jokes that were told  If it is bad enough, it is taken to the supervisor  Constructive Discharge: the only option that have was to quit because supervisor not doing  anything.  Anita Hills: law professor  She worked with Clarence Thomas at the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission):  he deals with sexual harassment clearings Sex injustice: Anita Hills about her testimony before the senate on Clarence Thomas. It was  about comments to and around her Brought up sexual harassment in the workplace 60­70% of sexual assault claims are made by men  Women do not report sexual harassment because it is so common.  It becomes much insidious, less harsh It became in less magnitude  Movie called North Country. They were hardworking women and not the modeling type. They  terrorized her because they put stuff in her locker The supervisor said learn to get along  This guy actually saw her raped   Company found liable of constructive discharge Affirmative Action: what is affirmative action? A program said before the 1970s that it is still  happen today. Positive movement to racial and gender groups. To promote diversity and  counteract the systematic exclusion of minorities and women and that institute polices that tried  to reverse that.  Positive movements to include previously discriminated or excluded groups  History of deep seeded Discriminatory policy  Deep seated discriminatory policies Cannot have quotas but can look at whole person  1960s have the all the uproar about Civil Rights Act 1968 killed Martin Luther King Jr.  Affirmative action is still used based on race, white person, or diversity  Regents of University of California v. Bakke  U.C Davis School of Medicine cannot discriminate as Bakke asserted Based on race so it is a strict scrutiny  Compelling interest: diversity  It was not implemented in the least restricted mean Minority was accepted because of minority not on merit Affirmative action  Government of contracts goes to minority business  Cannot have quotas  Can use race and social economic status  LSAT score and GPA what law school looks for?  Many have some underrepresented background  Flower is to x and oil to Y  Thousands of application have to look at the story  175 LSAT score, they are in  145 is the lowest score  Buy book look at the cover and back of the book She had the Bill Gates Foundation  Father said time to start to pay the bills  Met man had to approved, man moved in, and had a baby She had to move out She worked part time as a Paralegal  Changed studies to Biology to another field  Had GPA 3.0 to GPA 3.3  LSAT not too good  Was accepted to law school ABA approved  CBA California Bar Association  Non CBA approved that could apply online Not going to go to not so good law school It is discriminatory for affirmative action  Said went to Long Beach State and the other one said went to Stanford Law firm  Yale, Harvard, and Stanford are the big three  William S. Dodge­Professor of University of California Hasting  No one cannot discriminate upon race  Prop 187­designed to deny public benefits to minorities that have some certain features Public benefit­public housing  Limit minorities’ public benefits Governor of Virginia restored Civil Rights to all People who have committed a felony and are  off supervision  No housing  No student loan Convicted of child abuse. Convicted of felon. Cannot vote  Still put on 10 years of probation or 20 years  Many people are reverse discrimination or just promoting  A couple went to Harvard University  They met with the couple They sat on there and waited and waited  These people were not going away  Student went to school there Want to do something in his merry  Know how much cost for the building $2, 000 to $3,000 Final: It is cumulative Multiple choices 50 questions  Monday, May 9 at 7:15pm. It is some percentage of the material before the final  It is the material on the review of the mid­term review The rest is the materials  Presentation of Emmett Till   1941­14 years old  He went to Mississippi  Right after Board of Education  Separate but equal not in constitution  Lynching was not okay but was practiced  Mother was scared to let him go to the Mississippi  Harassed older white women. People said he whistled or yelled at her  Found in end of Tallahatchie River was beaten  Mother wanted to have an open funeral  Gathered black support and white support  Result of murder, it galvanized the Civil Rights movement Emmet Till was the reason why Rosa Park did what he did why Martin Luther King did what he  did Recognized by having a ring that had his initials  Emmet Till was raised by his grandmother Not able to take care for himself Emmett Till was gregarious man  Father died in World War II Louis Till on the ring. Louis Till was the father of Emmett Till  Sheriff Strider wanted to bury him quickly FBI had to stop the burial  One argument cannot prove that it was him NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)  African Americans could not serve on the juries because requires competency  The story is still alive is Carolyn Bryant, someone remarried her  Carolyn Bryant looks like going to the gun but go to the car At 2:30am, he was never going to come back  Emmett Till sent body back to Chicago  Odor hit her like a brick wall  The smell of son’s body  A meat chopper to his nose  An ax to his head  He had no teeth left His genital severed  They shot him. It went right through  Casket for the world speeches on August 28. Owned the Jet magazine Summer of that year that it was taught  It started with Emit Till Easy to see sweet little woman would not give up her seat­Rosa Parks It was non­violent. Disturbing fact Milam and Bryant gave interview  Not going to allow Negro to change the way things are  “Separate but equal” There were more African Americans in Politics in Washington in 1870 than in 1970 Emmett Till was raised by his grandmother and helped raised his brothers and sisters He was known to be outspoken in Chicago His mom said “the world is going to see what they did to my son” His photo was used in Jet magazine and went national  *August 28, 1955 First National Event  Brought to light horrors of racism in the South Archie Bunker going to mix blood with black  Emmet Till going to be big issue; it is devastating to see it  The shed where Emit were beaten, were still standing  He was buried in Illinois  Very impactful story  Finals going to be 50 questions Multiple choice Very hard questions 30% on the final will be issues covered prior to the mid­term More structure than anything else ­Shay’s Rebellion How the constitution was formed, Articles of Confederation,  Issue of slavery how impactful to constitution  ­Know slavery’s impact  ­Why the Bill of Rights occurred? Understand where the constitution comes from  All those laws comport with the constitution  ­how the Constitution form and why ­power sources  three branches  ­All laws have to be compatible with Constitution  ­Scalia textualism vs. living constitution  ­Marbury v. Madison: what that did, why decide that way. ­Concept of federalism  ­Supremacy clause  ­Ex parte p.95 ­McCulloch v. Maryland: Maryland tried to tax the national bank  ­Post mid­term Stuff after the mid­term ­Presidential privileges: Dealing with presidential power privileges; Power of the executive  ­U.S. v. Nixon: Executive privilege did not want the tapes to turn over  ­Clinton v. Jones pg. 41 line item veto  ­Korematsu v. U.S. pg. 254 Japanese internment camp and executive power  Spend a lot of time on criminal and justice  th ­Understand the 4  amendment unreasonable search and seizures  ­5  amendment rights of against self­incrimination: when that attaches? Know how Miranda  Rights applies when it applies  ­Understand the 5  amendment right to counsel and the 6  amendment Difference between Gideon v. Wainwright and Miranda rights ­Exclusionary rule in Mapp v Ohio ­Exception of hot pursuit, public safety, containment of evidence   ­Know the term fruit of the poisonous tree ­Understand how we can purge the tank ­Inevitable discovery, an independent source  After spring break, ­administrative state why that risen and how ­Administrative regulation can have a force and effective law  ­Case Ins. V. Chadha would understand that  ­Goldberg v. Kelly somebody was on welfare pre or post ­Matthew vs. Edinburgh ­Due process­ notice and opportunity to be heard  ­Do they have the power to regulate or implement the jurisdiction or issue? Dealing  Londoner v. Denver ­Londoner­deals with small groups notice to be heard may require open hearing ­Bimetallic ­open group large testimony, public hearing, impractical so we do so by  representation then ­Freedom of religion in the first Amendment  ­difference between establishment of religion and the free exercise clause   ­Lemon v. Kurtzman assistance was­­ cannot violate establishment clause  To be of secular of purpose cannot promote religion over the other 3 prong rule  ­Freedom of expression  ­Freedom of speech, writing, symbolic, or conduct  ­Talked about slander (verbal), libel (written), defamation  ­New York Times v. Sullivan  Figure vs. public concern  ­Cross burning whether that is an acceptable truth; is it legal? ­Can never yell fire in the theater – False because they can say  Word are our tools ­Right of privacy: when and where that comes from  Constitutional right of privacy  Even though privacy is not in the constitution ­Griswold v. Connection contraction  ­Roe v. Wade ­Bower v. Hardwick­sodomy laws in the south  Right to die clause  ­­do not have to know that for the final, but should know Someday will be old and may be importance of you Department of health ­Understand privacy tell back  ­Katz v. U.S ­Is this speech constitutional? Expectation of privacy Kyllo v. First case Is the search violation of First Amendment?  ­Civil Rights vs. Civil Liberties  ­Separate but equal doctrine ­Brown v. Education  ­Scott v. Sandford ­Emmet Till  ­A question or two on all in the Family  ­Social implication why was it on? Subjection discussion on why  ­Documentary about his creation  2 episodes and a documentary  ­Archie gives blood  ­Lionel moves in ­Documentary of Norman Lear about purpose of the All in the Family  Film of IOUSA; documentary  You Tube ­I.O.U.S.A, a documentary­4 areas of deficient  ­Day in American have no debt  ­When areas when country takes unprecedented amount of debt and what the causes of that was Substantive to the model  ­watch again? ­No questions on WikiLeaks  Will post the grade online  Should have everyone’s grade in Know the percentage one  100­90A 80­70 B 65­or above C 


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