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Lecture 6 Lecture 6 The origins of ethnic stratification
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Source: Source: Marger 2009, pp. 43-49
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Form of Contact Form of Contact Conquest  Annexation Voluntary Immigration Involuntary Immigration
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Outcomes of Contact Outcomes of Contact Lieberson’s Model Stanley Lieberson (1961): 2 major types  of contact situations  Migrant superordination  – illustrated by  various colonial conquests of  technologically and organizationally more  powerful migrant group over native  population Indigenous superordination  – most  voluntary and involuntary migration  wherein arriving groups are initially made  subordinate to a resident dominant group
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Outcomes of Contact Outcomes of Contact Noel’s Model Donald Noel (1968): 3 additional factors: Ethnocentrism Competition for scarce societal resources
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Unformatted text preview: Unequal distribution of power Minority Responses to Minority Responses to Subordination Subordination Pluralistic minorities Assimilationist minorities Secessionist minorities Militant minorities Minority Responses to Subordination Minority Responses to Subordination Pluralistic minorities Seek to maintain their cultural ways at the same time they participate in the mainstream society Assimilationist minorities Seek integration into the dominant society Secessionist minorities Desire neither assimilation nor cultural autonomy Militant minorities Seek as their ultimate goal not withdrawal but rather status as the societys dominant group...
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course SYD 3700 taught by Professor Fernandez during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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