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Study Guide Exam 1 The exam covers chapters 1, 2, 5, 6, 7 and class notes (big book) Social distance Strangers in a new setting – outcomes? Intersubjective understanding Endogamy, exogamy, polyandry, polygamy Ethnicity Functional Theory, Conflict Theory, Interactionist Theory Cultural transmission – what is involved Material culture Parallel social institutions Internal Colonialism *Pluralism – dominant/minority Culture shock Achieved status, ascribed status How do whites categorize Blacks – attend to class, race, ethnicity *Roger Williams/ Massachusetts/Rhode Island *Federalist – legislative controls “Know-nothings Movement” the significance of the movement Out-group Gypsies and assimilation Characteristics of Italian Americans and assimilation/acculturation patterns The affect of the Civil Rights movement on all minority groups Cultural diffusion Marginality *Working conditions for women *Working conditions 1880-1920 *Best route to assimilation for minorities Haymarket affair Bolshevik revolution and affects on immigration for that group *Early 20 th Century (1900s) and attitudes toward immigrant groups Xenophobia, assimilation, acculturation, enculturation, segregation Forced –relocation Dillingham commission recommendations Child labor was practiced ??????????? Ethnogenesis Characteristics of Iroquois society Characteristics of Italian families and assimilation Characteristics of Polish families and assimilation patterns, attitudes toward education General allotment Act of 1887 51 questions on the test. All multiple choice
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conflict theory: functionalist theory: Social distance- the degree of closeness or remoteness that one desires in integration with members of a particular group Strangers in new settings- outcomes? (pg. 8-9) Strangers experience a “lack of historicity” which Is the lack of the shared memory of those with whom they live. In time, strangers take on the natives’ perspective, the strangers consciousness
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  • Fall '10
  • hart,mccarty
  • Sociology, parallel social institutions, Intersubjective¬†understanding, Williams/ Massachusetts/Rhode Island, Massachusetts/Rhode Island, Exogamy- social arrangement

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