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Stratification: Race and Ethnicity Hope you had a nice break! Exam 2: Wed., 3/26 Extra credit for exam 2: MR Ch. 38 by Leung (“The Model Minority Myth,” pp. 379-383). There will be two short answer questions about this chapter (similar format to the extra credit question on Exam 1) for possible 1-4 points on your exam score. Announcement- Change in syllabus (announced 3/5): Race/ethnicity & Racial Inequality: 3/17 & 3/19 Sexuality & Homophobia: 3/24 (one day rather than two, as listed in the syllabus). Read pp. 333-347 in Chapter 13 of your textbook.
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Stratification: Race and Ethnicity Race vs. Ethnicity Racism Discrimination, prejudice, and stereotypes Application/in-class exercise
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Unformatted text preview: Sociological questions ✔ How does our race/ethnicity influence our experiences and opportunities? ✔ What types of racism are prevalent in the U.S.? ✔ Why are people racist? ✔ Note-this is another topic that many people find to be “unsettling” Race and ethnicity: Important concepts ✔ Ethnicity or ethnic group ✔ Race ✔ Minority groups ✔ Dominant groups Race and Inequality ✔ Racism: Definition and description ✔ MR Ch. 35 by Joe Feagin (the chapter is from Feagin’s 2000) book) ✔ Description of Feagin’s research on racism – White people and black people perceive racism differently Race and Inequality ✔ Discrimination ✔ Prejudice ✔ Stereotypes...
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