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Unformatted text preview: the history of race relations as presented in lecture-The relationship between health outcomes and perceived and relational socioeconomic status-What Dr. Bass' study about the fish indicated-What proximal and fundamental causes are-Perrucci and Wysong's double-diamond (and the general arguments that Perucci andWysong are making overall. Hint: there are several questions on this)-What Marx means when he talks about alien power-Why Japan's life expectancy is higher than the one in the U.S.-How class stratification and psychosocial variables effect health-Military Keynesianism-How economic restructuring, information capitalism and neoliberalism effect Black people and Jewish people in the United States. -Why Barack Obama being elected president doesn't mean the end of racial inequality. .. think of the intersection of race and class (we can talk about this in class)...
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- Fall '07