Exam4 - Flashcards3 - etc. Multiple sources of...

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Social Movement Marxist
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Argue that class conflict is the engine of social change. Form of collective action aimed at transforming society or some aspect of it.
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Class Awareness Class Solidarity
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A sense of unity and shared values and interests. Cognitive recognition of the partition of society into classes.
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Class Action Class Action
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Necessary for class to serve as the engine for social change. Taking overt action to further the perceived interests of one’s class.
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Occupational Segregation Social Mobility
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Strong belief in the openness of the U.S. stratification system. Lessens shared experiences for the working class between genders.
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Class, Race, and Gender Class
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Income, occupation, manual/mental work,
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Unformatted text preview: etc. Multiple sources of self-identification. Race Gender Patriarchy structures society. Discrimination structures society. Civil Rights, Womens, and Environmental Movements 1. Social Mobility 2. Immigration 3. Multiple sources of self-identification 4. Gender 5. Unique history 6. Individualism No class action in the U.S. New social movements Human Right Precautionary Principle Where there are threats of serious or irreversible damage, the lack of scientific certainty shouldnt be used to justify the release of chemicals. All people, regardless of race and class, should be protected from pollution through environmental and public health laws....
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course SYG 2000H taught by Professor Brentmarshall during the Fall '07 term at University of Central Florida.

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