I&I CH9 - CHAPTER 9 THE FUTURES OF INEQUALITY The...

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CHAPTER 9 THE FUTURES OF INEQUALITY
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“The Sneetches” Socially-constructed dominance and subordination Not universal but difficult to change
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Altering Inequalities Social movements—organized, large-scale, collective actions directed at influencing institutional change Civil Rights Movement Women’s Movement Labor Movement Gay Liberation Movement… Individual action Sit-ins Coalitions—when different groups in different structural positions join together to effect social change; social movements are usually coalitional PFLAG Living Wage Movement NOMAS
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Projections (not Predictions) By 2035, 1 in 5 US residents will be Latino Christian minority? “post-ethnic” society means that traditional racial and ethnic definitions would become irrelevant Multi-ethnic/racial identities US Census: 63 racial categories
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Gender And The Sexual Dichotomy
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