Soci 1160, Week 8 Notes
Soci 1160, Week 8 Notes SOCI 1160 030
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Date Created: 03/04/16
Intro to Social Problems Thursday 3/3/16 ▯ Discrimination continued… ▯ -2 Main types of discrimination: Individual Acts= actions of individual members of one group intended to have differential or harmful effects on the members of another group (usually done by members of the powerful race groups (majority)) o Overt: occurring because individual is prejudice Ex- a landlord is prejudice of Latinos and doesn’t want them in his building so he says they’re full o Adaptive: based on the prejudice attitudes of others ex- a landlord is not prejudice of Latinos himself but based on his other tenants prejudice, he wants to keep the Latinos out Institutional=built/structured into organizations and institutions through policy; ex- The Jim Crow South o Intended=purposefully put in place to be harmful (majority group) Denny’s had written policy on # of AA in store at 1 time Shoney’s had unwritten policy on hiring AA to positions o Unintended= meant to be race neutral, but has harmful effects SAT use for college admission ▯ **Racism= a set of beliefs about the superiority of one racial/ ethnic group over another; used to justify inequality; accompanied by systemic power in society Colorblind ideology= saying the best way to end discrimination is to treat individuals equally without regard for race, as if skin color doesn’t matter o Sound just, but when put into practice it discounts past and current discrimination and oppression that people of color continually experience o Result of practices of discrimination: GAPS (economy, affirmative action, jobs) ▯ ▯ ▯
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