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Week 15: Is the Immigration System Broken?

by: Jennifer Kim

Week 15: Is the Immigration System Broken? GVPT289O

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Racial and Ethnic Politics in the Obama Era
Dr. Antoine Banks

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Hi! These are the notes for Week 15 of GVPT289O. Since we watched a video on 12/8, there's only one set of notes for 12/10. Happy studying!
Racial and Ethnic Politics in the Obama Era
Dr. Antoine Banks
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Date Created: 12/12/15
GVPT2890 121015 Page 1 of 1 Study Guide Use your notes as a study guide Know how the readings are connected Know how the readings are connected within each part Exam will cover all the materials in the course readings and lecture Exam will not cover any of the material from videos viewed in class You should know 20 terms Here are 10 possible terms you might have to define 2 of these will definitely be on the exam Define in three sentences Bradley effect Priming Economic retrospective voting theory 1965 Voting Rights Act Awink and nod agreement Explicit racism Affect Misattribution Procedure AMP System Justification Theory Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 DREAM Act Example of an essay question President Obama s top policy initiative was health care reform Please describe the Affordable Care Act and who the policy benefits Also pundits and journalists debated whether race played a role in the public s willingness to oppose health care Mark Tesler s article The Spillover of Radicalizafion into Health Care and Antoine Bank s article The Public Anger examine whether race played a role in whites evaluation of health care Based on your reading of both articles and our discussion in lecture what circumstances do they find cause race to play an important in people s opposition to health care Also how do these two studies differ young and old expanded medicaid for poor Spillover of racialization Obama attached himself to a policy causing race to play a greater role Anger causes race to play an important role in opinions on health care One study looks at emotion and consequences for health care The other one doesn t


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