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Anthropology 122S

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Anthropology 122S ANTY 122S - 01

Meaghan Raw
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These notes cover what was discussed in class and what the last of the material is that may be on the exam. Happy Studying!
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Date Created: 10/02/16
RACE AND MINORITIES WEEK 5 9/26/2016  1911 the U.S. made the Dillingham commission to study the immigration question further o Concluded that old Americans were the desirables and that they were the ones  that were going to keep the U.S. running whereas the new Americans were not  Antithesis  o Boas o Document that noted they were against Arian Supremacy  1939­1945 o WWII o Race began to be further questioned o During that time the U.S. confronted its own realities on an international scale  1947 U.N. accepted the petition to U.N. for relief from a crime of U.S. government  against the negro people o Charged with ethnocide and genocide against the negro race o Prejudice, discrimination, and racism o Parallels Mendilion genetics  A science that explains human variation  1950’s scholars began to ask for an analysis of the notion of race  Early 1960’s events bring it to the forefront  o Race is a poor indicator of in the study of humans  1962 Frank Livingston on the “Non­Existence of Human Races o Current anthropology practice o Caused turmoil between people  Political and social economic climate changed o Civil Rights Movement o Notions of race was fought o New questions arose  1966 o The Biological Concepts of Race  Printed by UNESCO   13 statements  All men living today belong to a single species  Pure races do not exist in human species  Mankind can’t be classified into clear cut categories; the  classification are limited and invite abusive generations  Within hereditary potentialities concerning intelligence, capacity  for cultural development, or physical traits there is not any  justification for an inferior or superior races o Genetics moves forward as does society  9/28/2016  Ethnicity o Didn’t appear until 1972 edition of the oxford dictionary   Evolutionary in cultural identity  Criteria of Ethnicity o Interest in rooting group in home culture o An attachment to a home land real or mythical o An ideology of shared ancestry o A clustering of recognized cultural traits  Ethnicity o A group identity that attaches a series of social, political, economic attributes to  create a group identity that contrasts with other identities  o Must exist in a multi­ethnic environment  Cultural and social construct  Notion of Ethnicity has a status called minority  Minority o Sometimes thought of by mass o A status in which a subordinate group has significantly less power than the  dominant group o Experience:  A significant narrowing of opportunities   Guarantees no sharing in proportion to numbers in what society defines as  socially valuable resources o Characteristics:   Membership is usually not voluntary   An ascribed status  Possesses a phenotypically or cultural characteristics that are markers of  difference that distinguishes and ascribe that status  Society creates structural, social, and cultural boundaries that are difficult  and impossible to cross  An experience of unequal treatment of prejudice, discrimination,  segregation, racism  Society makes them acutely aware of subordinate statutes that leads to  consequences  Us and Them syndrome


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