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Click to edit Master subtitle style Racial and Ethnic Relations Chapter 3
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Race and Ethnic Inequality How has race affected your life? Even though, everyone is categorized in a racial category, “race” tends to belong to non-whites. Racial Transparency : where for the majority of people we classify as “white”, “race” doesn’t exist as something they experience personally (at least the negative aspects).
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Specifying race There is no such thing as a “pure” race. Race is a social classification, based on perceived biological factors. Ethnicity is a shared culture heritage, which typically involves common, ancestors, language, and religion.
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The Problem in Sociological Perspective Minority – powerless Majority – powerful Prejudice - attitude Discrimination - action
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Policies of Dominant Groups Policies range from humanity and acceptance to inhumanity and rejection. Pluralism Assimilation Segregation Continued Subjugation Population Transfer Genocide
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