Reading Notes #10 - Sarrah Clark-Chapin Sociology 3150...

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Sarrah Clark-Chapin Sociology 3150 Reading Notes #10 April 13, 2014 Our Racial Frontier on the Pacific [1950]: Robert Park 4 Stages in “Cycle of Race Relations” Contacts Traders/missionaries Coming in to meet and mix with races Competition Goods and Commodities Means of production Specialty goods / services Accommodation Transportation Major advancements Now worldwide—no more seclusion Assimilation Migration/ Emancipation/ Immigration Now longer exclusive to United States Now World Wide “The Melting Pot is the World.” (p.149) The Final Process = Cycle means never ending Issues in Pacific already happened in the Atlantic Everywhere is competition & Conflict Repeating Cycle of Events With each expansion & new exploration Results = New distribution of people & wider division of labor Imported Labor = human just like us Relations Cycle takes form = progressive & irreversible Customs regulations, immigration restrictions and racial barriers may slacken the
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