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Date Created: 09/12/15
Final Exam Study Guide SOCIAFAM 2820 Professor Bell Race and Representation stereotypes de nition reasons for stereotyping types of stereotypes de nition of archetype and application to black stereotypes in popular culture the ve black archetypes from lectureDonald Bogle Patricia Hill Collins on black women s images why does Hill Collins argue these images are important beyond lm and TV reasons for antiminority representation on broadcast news readings importance of the Cosby show according to the reading on television and politics of representation Native American images types consequence etc main issues from quotIn Whose Honorquot lm about Native American sports mascotswhat kinds of arguments on both sides arguments about effects of the mascots etc two major forms of stereotypes about Native Americans especially how connected to history of conquest of native lands and people connect major stereotypical images of Native American women to types39 of stereotypes from lecture on stereotypes connect Native American and black stereotypes to controlling images idea Black Resistance three prongs of black nationalism why was black culture so important to the movements of the late 1960s lecture culture as a tool of resistance environmental justice movementde nition of environmental racism overview of the movements demands readings that were distributed hiphop as a voice of which contemporary movement what kinds of issues of the movement re ected in the music we listened to in class Immigration top immigrant sending country immigration shifted from European to what kind of immigration Steinberg s view on assimilation l986 Immigration control and reform act PushPull model how well does this PushPull model explain contemporary immigration macro forces that shape contemporary immigration micro forces that shape contemporary immigration 3 waves of immigration lecture what characterizes each wave l907 Gentleman s agreement Restriction of Asian Immigrants to US Restriction of Latin American immigrants to US Role of long hiatus in US immigration in assimilation Optional ethnicity Symbolic ethnicity My America movie EspirituLecture Page Law and consequences Bachelor societies Transnational families 3 types of work performed by Asians in pre WWII era Espiritu Stereotypes of Asian American men based on work Japanese internment Outcomes of Japanese internment on Japanese communities and families Outcomes of Japanese interment on Chinese Filipino Koreans and Indians Ideological Racism and Asian Americans Importance of controlling images according to Espiritu Yellow Peril Asian American manhoodsexuality Dragon lady Lotus BlossomChina doll Model minority 4 basic characteristics 3 problems Chapter 4 Espiritu State of contemporary Asian community post1965 see conclusion Realities of selfemployment among Asian immigrants see 7980 Mexican Immigration Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Bracero program NAFTA 2 examples of the major problematic outcomes of NAFTA discussed in lecture Immigration quiz don t worry about numbers but get basic ideas Transnational capital Connection between NAFTN globalization of trade and migrant working class in US Be able to connect idea of transnational capital and its outcomes to FarmingVille and Crossing Over


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