According to Framework Essay 1

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According to Framework Essay 1, a "master status" is: Which of the following correctly describes the "essentialist" position? Which author discusses systems of oppression mutually constructing one another via the concept of intersectionality? The Framework Essay 1 states that the social model of disability contends that According to Framework Essay 1, which of the following is/are true about the most recent version (2000) of the U.S. Census? In Framework Essay 1, which of the following is effective in categorizing race? Framework Essay 1 discusses that of all the master statuses, the naming of those with disabilities is perhaps the least settled. According to Framework Essay 1, aggregation assumes that those who share a master status are alike in "essential" ways. The aggregating of disabled people, which was reinforced in the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is similar to Framework Essay one’s uses this term to describe the world as seen from a male-centered perspective: Irving Zola’s description of his occupation and work situation undermines notions about fixed distinctions between disability and nondisability in Framework Essay 1. In Framework Essay 1, objectification includes all of the following EXCEPT: People in stigmatized categories are often depicted as: Framework Essay 1 shows us those who are disabled must deal with both stigma and
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