soc_1_final_review_ucr F 09

soc_1_final_review_ucr F 09 - Final Review Sheet Social...

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Final Review Sheet, Social Inequality-Ch 9; (Selected Sections) Chapter 8 1. According to Henslin how does social class affect every part of a persons life and life chances? Is there a correlation between the socioeconomic status of parents and the economic and educational success of their children? What does the story about Randall and Tommy indicate about social class and life chances and opportunities? 2. Know what indicators sociologists use to measure what people will be on the downside of power economically today (i.e. race, gender, education, parent’s socioeconomic status). 3. What is meritocracy and why is it a myth? (Horatio Alger and the American Dream). 4. What does the graph on page 200 reveal about economic inequality in the U.S.? Chapter 9 5. What are the social functions of myths: The American Dream; Horatio Alger; model minority 6. Why is race socially constructed? Who benefits by this construction? 7.
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2009 for the course SOCIOLOGY 168, 5 taught by Professor Abrutyn during the Spring '07 term at UC Riverside.

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