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Unformatted text preview: Pursuing the rabbit Privilege and discrimination I Tips for exam: 1. Good notes. 2. Using flash cards a. Half of the exam will be about naming the concepts b. Concept sheet 3. Start a study group for the exam 4. Prepare yourself to write one essay 5. Exam structure and sample questions next week 6. Priority list a. Lecture/class notes b. Readings (response paper) c. Concept sheet d. Video clips i. Brief identity of video clips ii. Summary the idea of the video clips In order to challenge: wait 24 hours, submit a one-page explanation of why it should be reconsidered within one week I win, you lose Privilege and discrimination Reality level 10: difference and distance The meaning we take away from one’s death is related to the closeness and familiarity we have to that person. On one hand we know the person sitting next to as is as real as we are, and their lives are equally valuable as anyone else. However, our brain functions to grant value to anyone according to the closeness and familiarity Social distance- The closer you are to someone, the more real they are to you- The more distant you ar from someone, the less real they are to you o Socially (relationship) o Geographically o Culturally How much you can relate to that person culturally....
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course SOC 2 taught by Professor Jones during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.
- Winter '08