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White ethnics—seen as white; ability to asim; ascribed identity= white; hav all trappins whites have; SES asim is not so hard; Wealth; Nepotism favorin members of own racial group Blacks—keeps them from asim SESally-Labor, Prevented from education, BM historic been employed in manufac jobs>Manufac jobs dec. as service jobs inc.>Less employment opp- Slavery-early history-involuntary immigrant; Bifurcation- middle vanish; Hypersegregation-White and black flight; Diff. returns Middle easterners(Ar, Arm, Is, Ira)—high levels of Hum Cap (educ, lang proficiency, income); Entrepr/profess; Despised still SESaly successful?; Not at top even have the same qualifs—differential returns; indentify as white on census; Higher edu. Here Central Americans; High labor partic.; Concentrated in shitty jobs; Low Eng.; Half are undocumented; Asim Mexican mainstream; Pull American dream-better than home; hope for their kids; poli. Refu., Low hum capital Southeast Asians—Cambodians, Vietnamese, Filipinos- Refugee status Asian(Jap, Chin, Kor, Ind)—high hum cap, cap$, soci cap-networks; Ahead in edu, fam income-2 incom house; Differing individual income—differential returns Jews- Higher any other racial group SES status; stress edu.; Relig group, cultgroup; High soci cap and networks; Entrepreneurs,
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  • Summer '07
  • 10:00-11:50
  • Human skin color, asim SESally-Labor

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