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Soc 150, Wekk 11

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Soc 150, Wekk 11 SOC 150

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Notes from week 11 of class
Priciples of Sociology
Dr. Sheldon Zink
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Date Created: 04/17/16
SOC 150 Week Eleven (April 12 and 14 ) th Contains: Chapter 11: The Architecture of Inequality: Race and Ethnicity Late 1600’s – Early 1700’s: Emergence of Black Captive Literature 1650-1700’s: Slavery: 1650-1700: 500,000 | 1700-1750: 2.3 mil | 1750-1800: 3.8 mil slaves 1767: Linnaeus taxonomy Binomial nomendature: Eutopeans : White – Caucasians Asiaticus : Sallow Americanus: Reddish Africans : Black Monsstrous: Human subspecies Primates 1776: Blumenback “on the natural variety of mankind” DEgredation theory Science of craneology Caucasian: White Mongolians: Yellow Malayan: Brown Americans: Red Etheopians: Black 1781: Thomas Jefferson 1790: First census 1800-1900: Is human biological difference? Is it racial variation or different species? 1820’s-1830’s” Samuel Morton: Highest Brain Capacity: Europeans: Chinese SE Asians / Polynesians American Indians Africans / Australians 1831: Darwin / 1859 “Origin of species” John Spencer “survival of the fittest” 1843: Charles Pickering Head National Academy of Science 1845: Manifest destiny – by John O’ Sullivan -> Fredrick Douglas challenges ideas of Race 1854: Chief Justice Charles Murry – California 1857: Dred Scott Decisions 1865: Civil war ends 1883: Birth of Eugenics movement/ Francis Ealton (Darwin’s cousin) 1887: Beginning of Segregation Japanese Chinese White Black Mulatto ½ Black Quadroon ¼ Black Octoroon / Terceroon : 1/8 black


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