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Sociology 302 : Introduction to the Study of Society Dr. Langenkamp- March 5, 2008 I. Overview of Race in the U.S. A. History B. Primary Groups in the U.S. C. How We Work and Live II. Race and Racism A. The Nature of Racism B. The Subtlety of Racism C. Institutional Racism D. The Reasons for Racism III. Research on Race and Racism
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Sociology 302 : Introduction to the Study of Society Dr. Langenkamp- March 5, 2008 I. Overview of Race in the U.S. A. History B. Primary Groups in the U.S. (next slide) 1 White (European-American) 2 African-American 3 Asian-American 4 Hispanic-American 5 Native-American
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Sociology 302 : Introduction to the Study of Society Dr. Langenkamp- March 5, 2008 2004 U.S. Population by Race* White: 81.74% African-American: 12.95% Asian-American: 4.16% Native-American: .47% * From U.S. Census Bureau (based on 98.5% of population who listed one race only
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