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Race and Social Class

by: Monique Vazquez-Davis

Race and Social Class T SOC 165 B

Monique Vazquez-Davis
University of Washington Tacoma
GPA 3.69
Introduction to Sociology
Leonard Berkey

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Monique Vazquez-Davis on Friday March 6, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to T SOC 165 B at University of Washington Tacoma taught by Leonard Berkey in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 51 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Sociology in Sociology at University of Washington Tacoma.

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Date Created: 03/06/15
Final Exam 4 questions answer three I Contact Hypothesis Under the right conditions contact between different races prejudice and racism can be reduced 0 Social Class 0 Functional Conventionalism inequality in American Society is not a problem I Stratification 0 Division 0 Creation of social wage 0 Social security insurance minimum wage 0 Basic guarantee that you won t be thrown to the bottom Protection for the middle class 0 Functionalist view of Stratification 0 Advanced capitalism societies operate as a meritocracy Human Capital Argument I People get what they deserve I Life chances life is up to you 0 Equal Opportunity I Individual vs group attributes I View society as a group of individuals I American Dream I Parents standing does not determine a child children s fatefuture 0 Social Mobility I Everybody has a chance to maneuver through social classes 0 Spread the Wealth I Spreading the wealth leads to a peaceful society I Silverspoon Article 0 Race to get ahead does not start a new with each generation 0 Heather Beth J ohnson The American Dream and the Power of Wealth 0 Middle class individualism lower class resentment O Transformative assets thins that give the most points in life to get ahead 0 Accumulative family wealth rich benefit from being rich


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