11-13 - 11-13-07Farmclub: term used to describe a place...

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Unformatted text preview: 11-13-07Farmclub: term used to describe a place thats primary use is preparing an athlete to become a better athlete-term received from baseball- Durham bulls is a farmclub for the devil rays- Athletic boarding school is a senseDating patternsHollingsheads social classesIIIIIIIVVMost of the officers were in class I and II\Dating patterns show a socioeconomic influence-more than likely a boy in class 1 would date a girl in class 2 or a girl in class 3 dating a boy in class 2-the only exceptions in this is dating an athlete, rich guy dating a lower class girl for sex, upper class girl dating the lower class bad boy-sex is a way to get statusPoverty-The concept of poverty comes at a very early age, around age 7-Those who could spot poverty could not say why there is poverty in amerce-11 year olds could give an answer as to why there is poverty in AmericaoThey said that the people in poverty were lazyoThis crossed over all social lines all children said thisoNotion of the Equal Starting Point theoryRace-PrejudiceoAn opinion formed about a group of people without taking the time or the care to judge fairlyoCannot be prejudice against an individual, just a group-Gerbells: Nazi propaganda ministeroKnew that if they were going to get a nation stirred up about Jews they would have to make them observableHence having to wear the yellow star of David, painting a yellow star of David on your place of business-Stereotypeso...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course EDUC 441 taught by Professor Unk during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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