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November 1, 2011 - Component B is due November 17 - Class not only dictates opportunities for success; it also helps predict (with a great deal of accuracy) the likelihood that you will move up or down the social ladder - Those at the top have a higher likelihood of moving up or staying in the same place than those at the bottom - Alternatively, those at the bottom have a higher likelihood of moving down or staying in the same place that those at the top What does this mean for people in the middle? Intersectionality - There are multiple factors that contribute to Annabelle and Chris’s life outcomes: o Race, gender, age, marital status, occupational status, parental status
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Unformatted text preview: -Intersectionality – refers to a specific methodology that takes into account the relationships among multiple dimensions and modalities of social relationships-Depending on the outcome of interest, you may find that socio-demographic variables have greater or lesser influence Constructing Race-Prior to the 16 th century, race did not exist-An ideology of race has developed over the past 4 centuries: o An esthetic appraisal of physical features o A mythology about traits of mind and personality correlated with physical features...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course SOC 110 taught by Professor Latouche during the Fall '11 term at Indiana.

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