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Sociology 3 final study guide

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Social Problems FINAL STUDY GUIDE Winter 2016 Professor Rosales WEEK 1 ­ 5 Definitions, concepts, people to know:  Robert Scott’s main argument (A)  Daniel Kish’s conceptualization of his blindness (A)  Main argument in Silver, Ch 5 by Malcolm Gladwell (R)  Main argument in Silver, Ch 26 (R)  Main argument in Silver, Ch 10 by John Johnson (R) Objectivist Outlook, problems with this perspective (L) Subjectivist Approach, problems with this perspective (L)  Social construction, definition (L)  Four features of social constructions (L)  Terms: Claim, Troubling Condition, Claimsmakers, Claimsmaking (L) Six stages of social problems process model (L) Studying issues as social problems vs. conditions (L) Civil Rights Movement and the social problems process model (L) Voting Rights Act of 1965, Supreme Court changes, state­based  responses to changes (L) Potential policy outcomes (L)  Broken windows theory (L)  Significance of Eric Garner (L)  Black Lives Matter social movement (L)  Terms: Resources, Rhetoric, Feedback (L) Components of basic structure of claims (L)  Main argument in Gould­Wartofsky’s article (R)  Main argument in Gilens and Page, methodology used (R)  Resources, Rhetoric and Social Problems Model (L)  Terms: resources, rhetoric, feedback (L)  Terms: audience, audience segmentation (L)  Claims, structure of (L)  Grounds, components of grounds (L)  Conclusions (L)  Warrants (L)  Counterclaims, definition of and examples of (L)  Difference between domain expansion and piggybacking (L)  Piggybacking, examples of (L)  Position issue, definition and examples of (L) L: Lecture | GL: Guest lecture | R: Reading | A: Audio podcast | F: Film 1 screening Social Problems FINAL STUDY GUIDE Winter 2016 Professor Rosales  Terms: ideology, cultural resources (L)  Valance issue, definition and examples of (L)  Difference between outsider and insider claimsmakers (L)  Insider claimsmakers, examples given (L)  Outsider claimsmakers, examples given, tactics used (L)  Social movement, examples given (L)  Social movement organization, examples given (L)   Social movements vs. countermovements (L)  Framing (L)  Types of frames (L)  Frame dispute, examples of (L)  Frame alignment, definition and types of (L)  Ownership, definition, examples of (L)   Differences: Constituents, Beneficiaries, Conscience constituents (L)  Significance of Freddie Gray in Baltimore (L)  Terms: Inertia, countermovement, abeyance (L)  Differences between social movement and countermovement (L)  Terms: resource, resource mobilization (L)  Difference between cultural opportunity and political opportunity, examples  given (L)  Insider claimsmakers, definition, examples of  (L)  Polity, definition and examples of (L)  Strategies insider and outsider claimsmakers use (L)  Terms: media coverage, arena, audience segmentation, packages (L)  Bias, definition and examples of (L)  Bias vs Agenda Setting (L)  Primary and secondary claims (L)  Carrying capacity, definition  (L)  Newswork, definition and examples of  (L)  Landmark narrative, definition and examples of, contrast w condensing  symbol (L)  Main points in Alice Goffman’s On the Run (read the Introduction with the  literature review in particular (R)  Population sampling problems  (L)  Survey instrument problems  (L)  Terms: population (L) L: Lecture | GL: Guest lecture | R: Reading | A: Audio podcast | F: Film 2 screening Social Problems FINAL STUDY GUIDE Winter 2016 Professor Rosales  Representative sample (L)  Sample  (L)  Sample survey (L)  Role and impact of public opinion (L)  Focus groups, purpose of them (L)  Policymakers, definition and types of (L)  Significance of K Street in D.C. (L)  Lobbyists, definition and types of (L)  Policy streams: problem recognition, policy proposal, political stream (L)  Causal forces (L)  Target populations (L)  Purpose of policy (L)  Policy elements from diagram (L) WEEK 6 ­ 10 Main points in Coates “The Black Family in the Age of Mass Incarceration”  reading (R) (L)   Moynihan report: contents, interpretations, legacy of (R) (L)  Main points in “Who Should Investigate the Police” (R) Understanding general patterns of incarceration in US, 1975­2015 (L) Patterns of crime vs. incarceration, homicide vs. incarceration (L) Importance of Ida B. Wells (L) Origins of “Strange Fruit” poem (L) Legacy of Emmitt Till (L) Social movements associated with Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Eric  Garner, Tamir Rice (L) Eric Garner and Broken Windows Theory (L) Black Lives Matter social movement (L) Understand federal laws that prohibit labor market discrimination (L) Main points in Bertrand and Mullainathan reading (L) (R)  Main points in Schilt reading (R) Main points of Bendick/ROC United study (L) Main points of Devah Pager study (L)  Great Migration, patterns of settlement/internal migration (L) L: Lecture | GL: Guest lecture | R: Reading | A: Audio podcast | F: Film 3 screening Social Problems FINAL STUDY GUIDE Winter 2016 Professor Rosales  Importance of Federal Housing Administration (L)  Federal Housing Administration loan program, its role in perpetuating  segregation (L)  Federal Housing Act, year passed, historical context of its passing (L) Racially restrictive covenants (L) Redlining, meaning of having good credit but living in a  bank/government/insurance company redlined district (L) Block busting (L) Terms: White flight, Levittowns (L)  Main points in audio “House Rules” This American Life (A) FHA mortgage lending patterns, 1934­1954 (L) Concentrated poverty/highly segregated cities and unrest, 1965­68 (L) Kerner Commission Report (L) (A)  George Romney and “Open Communities Initiative” (L) (A)  Federal Housing expenditures renters vs. home owners in US (L)  Main points in Hidden Brain Ch 5,  “The Invisible Current” (R)  Significance of Lilly Ledbetter case (R) Time periods for three waves of feminism (L) Notable events in each wave of feminism (L)  Seneca Falls (L)  19  Amendment (L)  Anti­Suffragist Propaganda, purpose of (L) Main points in Gay New York, book and chapter (R) (L) Significance of Mayor LaGuardia to institutions of gay life in NYC (L) (R) Cultural artifacts, Paul Cadmus (L) Homosexuality as pathology (L) (A)  The APA and DSM, The “Young Turks” (A) (L)  Date of Stonewall riots, significance (L) (F)  The APA and DSM, important dates (L) (A)  Main points in Abrego and Lakhani (R)  Main points in Rosales (R) Significance of Ellis Island (GL)   Census categories across the years, general patterns (L) General patterns in waves of migration, 1492­1945 (L) Dates and effects of major US Immigration and Naturalization law, 1790­ 1990 (L) L: Lecture | GL: Guest lecture | R: Reading | A: Audio podcast | F: Film 4 screening Social Problems FINAL STUDY GUIDE Winter 2016 Professor Rosales Latin American migration, the case of Cubans, Nicaraguans and other Lat.  Americans (L) Significance of Angel Island, years in operation (GL) The Great Repatriation (GL) Waves of Vietnamese migration, years/eras (GL) Waves of Central American migration (GL) Unintended consequences of tightening border restrictions (GL)  Understand general patterns of immigrant detention (GL) Top countries of ICE removal (GL) Patterns of unaccompanied minor migration (GL) CDC statistics of rape, physical violence, stalking (L) Policy and campus rape (L) Main points in NYT articles (R) L: Lecture | GL: Guest lecture | R: Reading | A: Audio podcast | F: Film 5 screening


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