346 Intro Part I Lecture Notes

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Unformatted text preview: 346 Intro Part I Lecture Notes 346 Intro Part I Lecture Notes Introduction to Part I Professor Thing 346 Intro Part I Lecture Notes 346 Intro Part I Lecture Notes Notes on Language and Text: Terms authors try to avoid, or use with caveats Minority Non-White Capitalize Black and White Using shortcut terms Do use these shortcut terms to talk of common experiences across different groups 346 Intro Part I Lecture Notes 346 Intro Part I Lecture Notes Race, Class and Gender: Intersectionality Framework Intersecting categories of experience that structure lives of all. RCG shape lives of privileged and oppressed groups. No hierarchy of oppression Often are treated in isolation Studies continue to treat RCG as equivalent A&C see RCG as most central 346 Intro Part I Lecture Notes 346 Intro Part I Lecture Notes Matrix of Domination Approach Multiple, interlocking levels of domination that stem from societys configuration of RCG relations....
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2011 for the course SOC 364 taught by Professor Thing during the Spring '11 term at CSU Long Beach.

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