LECTURE NOTES 15 - LECTURE NOTES 15 and 16 (10/30/07)...

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Diagnostic quiz number 2 November 15 th (Thursday) IQ Scores Overall mean in population 100 IQ Standard Deviation: 15 IQ points Study Results of UI Students: IQ of Students Discriminated against: 112 IQ of Students Treated as Privileged: 120 (Students of IQ of 112 are often disqualified from the U of I) Because Test Scores are determined in part by the expectations that students have for the consequences of a high score, minority and majority test scores cannot be accurately compared. Although recent research can be seen to support affirmative action, it does not solve the problem because affirmative action institutionalizes racial differences in academic performance. Deviance: Behavior that violates a norm Norm: A rule that guides behavior Sanction: Penalty for violating a norm or reward for following a norm Normal Behavior: In accord with a norm, or common practice Internalized Social Norms Freud: Superego (unconscious)
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LECTURE NOTES 15 - LECTURE NOTES 15 and 16 (10/30/07)...

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