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Sociology Example Notes

by: Denisa Johnson

Sociology Example Notes SOCI 3422

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Racial/Ethnic Minorities
Mary Anne Caldwell
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sociology, race and ethnicity




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Date Created: 08/29/16
Give an Example of the Word Race: Latinas, Mexicans, African Americans Ethnicity: Jewish Tiger Woods: Golf player Push­Pull Factors: Not enough jobs in America, Loss of wealth Attraction Relationships:  Bogardus Scale: Race, Ethnic Groups Ethnocentrism: Dillingham’s Flaw: Sociological Imagination Minorities, Master Status, & Endogamy: Xenophobia: Maltreatment of People:  Discrimination & Prejudices: Hate Crimes:  Jigsaw Method of Teaching: Diversity Training: Motivation for Change Toward Ethnic Groups: Affirmative Action: Racial Profiling: Factors Affecting Assimilation of Immigrants: Dominant Anglo Core Group: Differences Between Black Ghettos & Other Ethnic Ghettos: Exploitation of Minority Group Members: Split Labor Market: Expulsion: Genocide: Dominant Group Perceptions of the Minority Group & Conflict: Scapegoat:  Four Components of Colonization: Responses of the Minority Group Toward the Dominant Society:  Defiance: Acceptance as Subordinate Groups Response to Dominant Society: Alex Haley’s book “Roots”: Self­Fulfilling Prophecy Middlemen: Structural­Functional, Conflict, Symbolic Interactionist: Manifest and Latent Functions: Language and Political Correctness: Social Stratification­ Race, Ethnicity, & Gender: Patriarchal Systems: Indicators of Social Class: Ethnic Minorities and Social Class: The Culture of Poverty: TV Viewing & the American Family: Amalgamation & the Melting Pot: Four Major Faiths in the US Today: While Culture & American Culture:


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