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define unwelcoming

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School: Mississippi State University
Department: Engineering
Course: Racial Minorities, Criminality, and Social Justice
Professor: David evans
Term: Fall 2015
Tags: sociology
Cost: 50
Name: Racial Minority Study Guide
Description: This study guide will covers whats on our next exam.
Uploaded: 12/04/2016
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 Specifically, how does whiteness inform literature?




o How does whiteness inform history?




o What does research suggest regarding how students of color are treated in the college classroom compared to their white peers?



Exam 3 Review Racial Minorities, 01 Instructor: Dr. Ashley Vancil­Leap ∙ General tips: o BRING A PENCIL & YOUR STUDENT ID # o Exam Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 at 8am o Exam is 50 multiple­choice questions (worth 5 points each)  o MateriaIf you want to learn more check out processing is manipulating calculating or organizing data into information
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l from the lecture notes (i.e. PowerPoint slides), from Monday, October 31st,  2016 – Wednesday, November 30, 2016, will be covered on the exam.  o Not only will you have to know and understand many of the concepts and theories,  but you’ll also have to be able to apply them to real­world examples.  o This is a closed­book exam.  Institutional Racism in Education o What does research suggest regarding how students of color are treated in the college  classroom compared to their white peers? o How does whiteness inform history?  Specifically, how does whiteness inform literature?  Specifically, how does whiteness inform intellectual movements (such as the  2nd wave feminist movement)? o In what specific ways are nonwhite students on college campuses made to feel  isolated and unwelcomed on campus and in the dorms?  Specifically,   when universities allow students miss class for certain religious  holidays and be forced to attend class on other religious holidays – how does  this make students feel isolated and unwelcomed?  Specifically, when teachers ask a student of color to be an “expert” and speak  for an entire population, how does this create an isolate and unwelcoming  environment? o In the research study that asked teachers to examine the definitions students attached  to words and to evaluate those student’s verbal skills when the researchers did not  vary the definitions but did vary the race of the students. What did the research find? o What are the high school drop out rates based on racial groups (you don’t need to  know the percentage, but just the overall pattern)? o How would you summarize the current educational completion rates by race (you  don’t need to know specific percentages, just the overall pattern)? o Define “cultural capital” and be able to provide examples of it.  o Define “social capital” and be able to provide examples of it.  o What are the various explanations for educational inequality across racial and ethnic  groups?  o Understand tracking and how it is a form of racism embedded in the structure of  schools.  o Under that Affirmative Action is a collection of polices and practices designed to  address the past wrongs of institutional racism and sexism. 1Exam 3 Review Racial Minorities, 01 Instructor: Dr. Ashley Vancil­Leap  Additionally, what features of Affirmative Action do most Americans  overestimate?  For those colleges and universities that use Affirmative Action, how do they  use it?  How do legacy students impact the use of Affirmative Action?  What was the impact of the University of California’s ban on race­conscious  admissions?  What type of universities are most likely to rely on affirmative action  admission policies?   What usually happens to the very small number of qualified white and Asian  applicants who are denied admission to a particular university due to  affirmative action policies? Societal Conflict/Associational Life o What are the differences between the United Negro Improvement Association  (UNIA) and the NAACP? o Describe Marcus Garvey and his role in developing the black nationalism movement.  How would you describe this movement?  Who helped to bring about the resurgence of black nationalism in the 1960s?  What were the successes of black nationalism? o Define homophily and be able to provide some examples. o Define “the Florida Effect” and what it describes. o How do hate groups recruit new members in contemporary times? o How common are hate groups today? o What trends have we seen regarding social capital and civic engagement participation in the U.S.? Toward Racial Democracy o Define color­blindness and be able to provide examples.  What arguments do critics of the color­blind ideal make? o Define multiculturalism and cosmopolitanism (i.e. Elijah Anderson’s ‘cosmopolitan  canopy’) and be able to provide examples. o Define assimilation and be able to provide examples. o How are colorblindness and multiculturalism similar and different? o Define racial democracy and be able to provide examples of it.  o What are examples of individual level change towards racial democracy? o What are examples of interactional level change towards racial democracy? o What are examples of institutional level change towards racial democracy? o What are examples of collective action level change towards racial democracy? 2

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