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Who is sonia sotomayor?

Who is sonia sotomayor?

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School: University of North Texas
Department: Criminal Justice
Course: Diversity Issues
Professor: Andrekus dixon
Term: Spring 2016
Tags: diversity issues exam 2 review guide
Cost: 50
Name: Completed Review Guide for Diversity Issues
Description: Here are the answers for the review guide for our second exam. However, there was 1 question that I could not find. Forgive me for that one. Everything else is answered.
Uploaded: 03/30/2016
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Diversity Issues Exam #2 Study Guide


Who is sonia sotomayor?



****make sure to study previous quizzes and notes*** 

Who is Sonia Sotomayor? She is the first Hispanic woman that President Obama  nominated to be the Supreme Court justice.  

According to the author what is the primary factor in school shootings? Masculinity  All school shooting perpetrators have been what? (think gender/sex) white males

What is “the most powerful source of stigma” for adolescent boys? Being labeled  gay

What are the principles of feminism? Compromises doctrine of equal rights for  women and an ideology for women’s liberation from patriarchy. Women of color do  not always have the same concerns or perspective of a white feminist. You cannot  simply “add and stir women.” Third world feminism is also another layer of view of  women.


What are the principles of feminism?



Define essentialism? The belief in inherent qualities, an unchaning and  indispensable quality (biological essentialism). Gender is a social construction, a  process through which gender is “done” or performed through interactions through  other people. Essentialism homogenizes a group of people. It denies differences and diversity within a group of people (women, blacks, the poor)

Define paternalism? View the women need protection and are not full responsible  for their actions

Define misogyny? Organized hostility and violence towards women

Who are the victims of most female killers? Males (most likely before their death,  women had been abused by them)

How much do women make for every dollar men make? 80 cents  Are the majority of offenders male or female? Male


Who are the victims of most female killers?



Define gender roles. They are the socially scripted or appropriate behaviors for  males and females and they have traditionally reflected patriarchal values that have reserved for men in public power and control of women We also discuss several other topics like What functions outside absorption and secretion do simple squamous and columnar have?
If you want to learn more check out What is innate or natural immunity?

Define patriarchy. Refers to those societies organized around male privilege or  hierarchy  

Purpose of Row v wade. Legalized abortion.

Define sex. Biological differences including differences in reproductive organs, body  size, muscle development, and hormones.  

Define gender. Ascribed by society and that relate to expected social roles like  “clothing/wages”

Masculine and Feminine gender roles are based on what type of expectations.  Expectations from society.  

What study did Victor Rios publish? He talks about treatment of the criminalization  of urban and marginalized male street youths and their resistance to the cultural  mainstream inside and outside the criminal justice system. He focuses on black and  latino boys. What actually defines masculine? It leads to violence. He talks about  intellectual strength vs. physical strength. (dominance).  

Define sexism. Beliefs and social relations holding that men are superior to women.

Define chivalry. Reluctance to inflect harm on a woman and also the unwillingness  to believe that women could posses criminal intent Don't forget about the age old question of What is the importance of hund's rule?

Define Phallocentrism. Social construct that make men the focus of law and  meaning

Define misandry. Hatred for men  

19th Amendment. Gave women the right to vote.

15th Amendment. Gave African American males the right to vote.  What % of women are incarcerated (Box 6.1) 7

Which 3 factors does the book discuss in terms of intersectionality? Class, race, and  gender

What is the purpose in recognizing privilege? It is important to see other people’s  perspectives. For the social workers, one of their statements is to be able to  understand diversity and oppression. It should not focus on the “isms”. Using isms  blames the individual, rather than the culture.  

Who are more likely to support the death penalty according to the text? Whites,  wealthier people, males, republicans, and westerners

Who are more likely to oppose the death penalty according to the text? Blacks,  poorer people, females, democrats, and southerners  We also discuss several other topics like What is longitudinal?

Black women’s studies originated from what book? I am so sorry but I could not find  this answer. I looked everywhere.  

 A person with Privilege makes them see inequalities as what? Natural and blinds  people to many social dynamics.  

Loving v. Virginia Made interracial marriage legal.  

Define discrimination. A negative act on the basis of prejudice or a stereotype.  (denying someone a job)

Minorities in the political sphere. Continue to be underreported in politics. Voter  registration/participation is lower among minorities. 86% are white legislators while  90% are white staff. Also the Hispanic voting is growing Don't forget about the age old question of What is the purpose of myofibrils?

Minorities in toxic physical environments. There is air pollution (affects nervous  system and breathing –asthma.) Workplace exposure could have poisonous  materials that can affect your health. To get a better working environment, African  Americans have shown the greatest increase in education. 3/5 African Americans  and hispanics live in uncontrolled toxic sites.  We also discuss several other topics like Homologous chromosomes are what?

Has there been coerced sterilization in the U.S. and if so, who was affected. Yes.  Women of color.

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