Sociology-CH1-EC.docx - Meghan Kee Extra Credit Chapter 1 1 The debate on birthright citizenship 2 Affective dimension of prejudice(even if we cut out

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Meghan Kee: Extra Credit: Chapter 1 1. The debate on birthright citizenship 2. Affective dimension of prejudice (even if we cut out all racism now, would that really change the anger and how people really view each other? I feel like it’s a bitter root that won’t be able to be shaken) 3. This was on the quiz on Sage’s website. “Physical differences among people are used to not only identify minority group membership but also to control access to privilege”. I want to know more. 4. The very roots of how skin color became the prime focus of distinguishing people. Black/White. Also, the study of how people's’ skin is a certain color based on where they live in the world? So, what about those African-Americans who were born here and raised here. I mean, what does the sun have to do with why
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