CHAPTER 6 - CHAPTER 6 CHAPTER 6 RACE(SULLIVAN 2003 I R Does...

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Unformatted text preview: 3/1/12 CHAPTER 6 CHAPTER 6. RACE (SULLIVAN 2003) I. R / : Does prej always lead to discrim? A. R K. M : prejudiced discriminator, nonprej nondiscrim, Prejudiced non- discrimator:e.g. landlord;unpredjudiced discriminator: e.g., realtor II. S P D : A. : B. : >intense competition leads to >threatening each group becomes . : Edna Bonicich (1972): >priced labors exclude <priced laborers, and racism/sexism serve as rationale C. : grew up South > prej; >prej stay South than move D. : no= treat from institutions;indep of individ E. : 1. : categorize, lump together, oversimplify 2. : fail to realize goals may lead phys assaults 3. : cynicism, fear of things that are different III. A A U S A. J C :legal sep races,white dom when fed troop leave South 1877 1. P .F (1986): Supreme Court decision upholds apartheid 2. B B E (1954):overturn Plessy;sep no =;implement slow B. I : 1. :up 14X aft 1960;white just 5X;black 12% col stud v 6% ‘60 2. : increase faster than whites 3. : doubled 4. : increase 5X 5. 4 : 25+yrs 20% 1960 to 79% 2000;white go43%to 88% C.S : 1. / : little change .55(1960), up to .61(1970s), .62 (1999) 2. : fluctuated aft 1960 21/2- 3X higher Anglos; 19.7 v. 9.9 3. : not cause; higher educ and occup aspirations than whites IV. H : 12- 13 % of pop; Mex (66.1% 2000), Puerto Ricans (@1/10),Cuban 4% A. M / -H W : .67 in 1975, .62 in 1999 V. A I : pop mil(1800s)from15th ,16th cent, 1- 10 mil N Am; 2.4 mil2000 A. P / : BIA in War Dept 1824; still manage 2.3% Am land B. I C A 1924: not until then rights C. 1968 I CR A : extend Bill of Rights to tribal lands VI. A A : 1820- 1970 >mil immigrants but 3.7% immig;1981- 1998 34% A. C E A 1882-WWII: ban immig, racist char as “yellow peril” B. C : Chinese forced to live in, referred to as “coolies” C. C C : Japanese (most citizens) sent 1942- 1945 www2.fiu.edu/ girardc/2010chap6race.10.htm 1/1 ...
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