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Lesson13-LatinosLargestMinority - Lesson 13 Lesson 13 March...

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Unformatted text preview: Lesson 13 Lesson 13 March 16, 2011 March 16, 2011 Latinos are the Latinos are the Largest Minority Largest Minority Group in the US Group in the US Next Week Monday: Declining life expectancy (Lesson 14) Read Wright and Rogers (WrightRogers2) Wednesday: Exam #3 Mean Exam Scores Exam #1: 17.6 (88%) Exam #2: 16.2 (81%) Exam #3: The Readings Reich Why does Reich say our interests as citizens have been subordinated to our interests as consumers and investors? Give an example of how corporations compete through legislation, rather than in the market. Bellah What is civil religion? What are the threats to civil religion? Wilson Give an example of one structural factor explaining joblessness among African American men. Why does Wilson say individualism is detrimental to the plight of African American men? Adler Hellman What are the effects of immigration on Zacatecas? What adversities do Mexican immigrants face once they in the US? Wright and Rogers TBA next Monday Exam #3: Lectures Lecture 10 Why is political confidence in decline?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course SOC 1010 taught by Professor Angelikagulbis during the Spring '08 term at Toledo.

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Lesson13-LatinosLargestMinority - Lesson 13 Lesson 13 March...

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