Race and Social Class
Race and Social Class T SOC 165 B
University of Washington Tacoma
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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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