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a)Example: Racial Profiling and Tracking Y.Intersectionality Perspective 1.This perspective refers to the combined effects of racism, classism, gender, sexuality, age, etc. in the oppression of people. Z.Color-Blind Racism 1.Argues that we should ignore racial issues in America. 2.Argument behind it: Race is a social construction, an illusion… not real. 3.Refusing to perceive any differences at all between racial groups is in itself racism. AA.White Privilege1.A color-blind ideology serves to mask white privilege 2.White privilege and color-blindness ignore the structured racial dominance in society
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3.White privilege – an invisible package of unearned assets (McIntosh, p. 83) 4.Acknowledge two sides to the reality of racism BB.Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible 1. a)(1:58) 2. a)Tim Wise on White Privilege
I.Film: Race the Power of an Illusion A.“The Melting Pot” 1.Transformation of Europeans to Americans 2.Black people were not part of the Melting Pot B.Takao Ozawa v. United States 1.Ozawa is a Japanese man who asked for Citizen but was denied since he was not Caucasian C.United States v. Bhagat Singh Thind 1.Thind applied for citizenship using scientific evidence and then was denied by the Supreme Court. 2.Took his own life. D.Supreme court never defined what it meant to be White, E.Film “The House I lived in” 1.Called for unity F.Is Color Blindness the same as Equality? Blockbusting:Blockbusting is a business process of U.S. real estate agents and building developers to convince white property owners to sell their house at low prices, which they do by promoting fear in those house owners that racial minorities will soon be moving into the neighborhood. White flight:White flight is a term applied to the large-scale migration of people of various European ancestries from racially mixed urban regions to more racially homogeneous suburban or exurban regions. Gentrification:A general term for the arrival of wealthier people in an existing urban district, a related increase in rents and property values, and changes in the district's character and culture. The term is often used negatively, suggesting the displacement of poor communities by rich outsiders. Cumulative advantage: Life course - advantages passed from generations Cumulative Disadvantage: Life course - disadvantages passed from generations.
I.Chapter 10 — Gender and Society (Lecture Notes) A.Defining Sex & Gender 1.Sex: Refers to the biological characteristics (XX or XY genes) which we are born with. 2.Gender: A social identity, the socially learned expectations and behaviors associated with members of each sex. B.Gender Socialization 1.Through gender socialization, people learn the expectations to associate with their sex.

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