AES150 Midterm Study Guide
AES150 Midterm Study Guide AES 150
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Rachel Pollard on Tuesday October 27, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to AES 150 at University of Washington taught by Connie C. So in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 70 views. For similar materials see In-Justice for All: Intersection of Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in the United States in American Studies at University of Washington.
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AES 150 Study Guide Key wordsphrases to know Stereotype Culture Ethnicity Race Negroid Caucasoid Mongoloid Nationality Minority Class Socioeconomic Prejudice Gentri cation Mask for Privileges Caste Scapegoating Redlining Manifest Destiny Blauner s Triangle of Power Puritans Whigs Mestizo Key People to know Oliver Cox Leif Ericson Kennewick Man Zheng He Discovered the Americas more than 70 years before Columbus John Punch Thomas Paine Squanto Key Statements Race is a social construction Although race doesn t exist racism is real Important Class Discussions Ethnic Notions Film Pocahontas Declaration of Independence Important Historical Events Pequot War King Philip s War aka Metacom s War 7 Years War French Indian War American Revolutionary War Bacon s Rebellion Declaration of Independence Stamp Act Townshend Acts Boston Massacre Boston Tea Party Important Theories Ideas 7 Step Process to Assimilate Prejudice Theories 1 Cultural lExploitation Theory 2 Structural 2Ignorance Theory 3 Marital 3Ethno CentrismRacism 4 Identification Theory 5 Attitudinal 4Symbolic Explanations 6 Behavioral Theory 7 Civic 0 Displacement of Hostility Rationalization 0 Sick Personality Social Change Intergroup Contact Theory lMelting Pot 2Assimilation 3 Acculturation 4Internal Colonism The Two Typical Approaches to Researching Slavery Top down model from everyone except the enslaved Bottom up model Slave narratives Two Views on the Advent of US Slavery lCarl Degler Ethnocentrism perspective 20scar Handlin Exploitation perseptive Beringia T heory Land bridge that connects two continents across the Bering Strait
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