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Race and Ethnicity SOC 119 Study Guide, Exam #2 Dr. McKinney Theories of Prejudice: Personality Theory (Authoritarian Personality) Normative/Conformity Theories Scapegoating - Socioeconomic Status Theories Problems with focusing only on prejudice to solve problems with race and ethnicity Merton’s typology LaPiere’s Study Stereotypes Social distance (Bogardus) scale Why do some people assert that only whites can be racist, while anyone can be prejudiced? Discrimination Institutional discrimination Know some examples of institutional discrimination – From class and Aguirre and Turner, p. 9- 12 Statistical discrimination – direct and indirect Environmental racism (Aguirre and Turner, p. 9) Racism Prejudice Aguirre and Turner’s “Unified Theory,” particularly related to “identifiability” Whiteness/European Ethnicity In what ways did Anglo-Saxons establish hegemony in the U.S. that other groups conformed to upon their arrival? How does split labor market theory apply to the experiences of white ethnic immigrants? In what sense could one argue that immigrants have been received ambivalently in the U.S.? Understand the history of the various white ethnic groups we discussed in class: German, Irish, Italian, and Jewish Americans For example: Against what group, and in what part of the country, were the first interethnic tensions recorded in the U.S.? In what sense did German immigrants engage in ethnogenesis?
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