SOC 13 & 14 - Monday,October18,2010...

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Monday, October 18, 2010 1. Overview of Race in the U.S. (go back and read it) a. History  b. Primary Groups in the U.S. i. White (European-American) – 69% ii. African-American – 12%  iii. Asian-American – 4% iv. Hispanic-American – 14%  v. Native-American c. Census Questions i. Is (Person) of Hispanic, Latino, of Spanish Origin? ii. What is (Person 1’s) race? iii. Being Hispanic is not a race officially.  iv. Latino is not the greatest minority group in the U.S. v. Texas, California, New Mexico and Hawaii are less than 50% white.  vi. Four states getting close to less than 50% white: New York,  Arizona, Mississippi, Georgia, and Maryland vii. Blacks did the greatest internal migration (moving within a  countries borders) from the south to the north.  viii. Interracial marriages only account for 4% of marriages.  d. How We Work and Live i. Economic Stratification 1. Our racial and economic stratification systems are intertwined  with each other. 
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2. It is a case of social class. Even though race has nothing to do 
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