Exam 2 Study Guide - Exam 2 Study Guide From Lecture: race...

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Exam 2 Study Guide From Lecture: race as a social construction racism and prejudice active racism and passive racism “a belief in a just world” sincere fictions- shackling-women who are imprisoned gets shackled around their feet and arms while giving birth in the hospital. Films/Documentaries: American Violet Race: The Power of an Illusion Are Prisons Obsolete? [Angela Davis] R13 Introduction: Prison Reform or Prison Abolition? [pgs 9-21] *Understand the reasons Davis believes we have the largest prison population in the world R14 Imprisonment and Reform [pgs 40-59] * How is the supermax prison different from earlier models of reform? R15 Slavery, Civil Rights, and Abolitionist Perspectives Toward Prison [pgs 22-39] * Understand how Davis understands the connection between slavery and the prison system R16 How Gender Structures the Prison System [pgs 60-83] * Why are female convicts considered more deviant than male convicts?
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