SOC 103 Assignment # 6 (Oct 18 - Nov 4) (3).doc - WRITING ASSIGNMENTS PLEASE E-MAIL YOUR WRITING ASSIGNMENTS TO [email protected] QUESTION 1 Visit the

SOC 103 Assignment # 6 (Oct 18 - Nov 4) (3).doc - WRITING...

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WRITING ASSIGNMENTS : PLEASE E-MAIL YOUR WRITING ASSIGNMENTS TO: [email protected] QUESTION # 1 : Visit the website below and discuss the following questions (Name of the video is A CLASS DIVIDED and it is available on website) a. What is the connection between Jane Elliot’s “eyeism” and racism? b. What are the effects of her experiment in terms of students’ behavior and performance The victims themselves perpetuate racism. For example, in the film, the blue-eyed group is perpetuating racism in the sense that they conform to the stereotypes conveyed as opposed to fighting for their rights. It was clear, at the start of the experiment, a couple of people would talk back at Elliot, but as she and the brown-eyed group continued to bring them down, the blue-eyed group sat back and submitted to the intimidation and criticism. In addition, it is the brown-eyed group that consistently perpetuates racism as if one person begins to discriminate; the next person will not stop them, but will join in. However, the main problem with this particular exercise is that the blue-eyed group are aware that their suffering will end at the time they get off work, making the whole experience less significant and much more tolerable. Essentially, the blue-eyed group will be less motivated to fight against the discrimination hence will conform to suffering. In reality, if one doesn’t stand up for oneself, they will
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