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Lectures 4-9 Some important notes arising from class discussions 1. Social Distance Table 1. US Social Distance Changes, 1977 and 2001 1977 2001 1. Americans (US White) 1.25 1. Americans (US White) 1.07 2. English 1.39 2. Italians 1.15 3. Canadians 1.42 3. Canadians 1.20 4. French 1.58 4. British 1.23 5. Italians 1.65 5. Irish 1.24 6. Swedish 1.68 6. French 1.28 7. Irish 1.69 7. Greeks 1.32 8. Hollanders 1.83 8. Germans 1.33 9. Scots 1.83 9. African Americans 1.34 10. Indians (American) 1.84 10. Dutch 1.35 11. Germans 1.87 11. Jews 1.38 12. Norwegians 1.93 12. Indians (American) 1.40 13. Spanish 1.98 13. Africans 1.43 14. Finns 2.00 14. Polish 1.44 15. Jews 2.01 15. Other Hispanic/Latino 1.45 16. Greeks 2.02 16. Filipino 1.46 17. Negroes 2.03 17. Chinese 1.47 18. Poles 2.11 18. Puerto Ricans 1.48 19. Mexican Americans 2.17 19. Jamaicans 1.49 20. Japanese Americans 2.18 20. Russians 1.50 21. Armenians 2.20 21. Dominicans 1.51 22. Czechs 2.23 22. Japanese 1.52 23. Chinese 2.29 23. Cubans 1.53 24. Filipinos 2.31 24. Koreans 1.54 25. Japanese 2.38 25. Mexicans 1.55 26. Mexicans 2.40 26. Indians (from India) 1.60 27. Turks
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Unformatted text preview: 2.55 27. Haitians 1.63 28. Indians (from India) 2.55 28. Vietnamese 1.69 29. Russians 2.57 29. Muslims 1.88 30. Koreans 1.63 30. Arabs 1.94 Arithmetic mean of 44,640 racial reactions 1.93 Arithmetic mean of 126,053 racial reactions 1.44 Spread in distance 1.38 Spread in distance 0.87 (Source: Carolyn A. Owen, Howard C. Eisner, and Thomas R. McFaul, A Half-Century of Social Distance Research: National Replication of the Bogardus Studies, Sociology and Social Research 66 (October 1981): 89; Vincent N. Parrillo and Christopher Donaghue, Updating the Bogardus Social Distance Studies: A New National Study, The Social Science Journal 42 (2005). 2. Other reading: Feagin, Joe R. 1991. The continuing significance of race: antiblack discrimination in public places. American Sociological Review 56(1):101-116. (This was the research I have talking about in class)...
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