SOC 1 Final List of Key Terms_S17.docx

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40. “Death on the Home Front—Wars Abroad Continue At Home: Women in the Crosshairs” -Domestic violence in the military. Higher rate of violence against women in the military. Equal or more compared to home. 41. “Black Hawk Down—Hollywood Drags Bloody Corpse of Truth across Movie Screens” YES SIR… That was fuckin weird… LOL FAKE LOVE THE COLD WAR was Fuckin Cold The hunting ground on Netflix
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SOC 1 Spring 2017 -Myth: Humanitarian mission to protect food shipments. -Truth: To secure oil. Enforce pro-democratic ideologies. 42. “Progress is Our Most Important Product” -Progress Ideology: Not progressive. Perpetuates inequality by making it seem that we are working towards progression. There is still racism and unequality. 43. Religious Scripture -Interpreted to benefit the ruling class. 44. “Looking for Spies of a Different Color: The CIA Realizes Diversity is for its Own Good in Today’s World” -CIA hires people of color so they can investigate people who look like them abroad. There is a function to it. 45. “See No Evil” -Vietnam was a bad idea. MORALLY WRONG DUDE. 46. Pluralist Model of Power -Pluralism is when power rests with the people. They have voting rights, democracy, and inclusion of choice. 47. “The Duncan Doctrine: The Military-Corporate Legacy of the New Secretary of Education” -Military academies: To act as long-term recruitment for the military. 48. “Down the Memory Hole: The Disappearance of the Recent Past” -Study the distant path vs. recent path. -Myth: We will be more objective if we study the distant path. THIS IS BS. -Truth: They don’t want us to be critical of the recent past. 49. “Straight Talk on Terrorism” -Terrorists: have a need to be heard, express anger or loneliness, they feel betrayed, absence of a revolutionary ideology. 50. “Arizona’s New Laws: An Attempt to Secure Cheap Labor” -Purpose of segregation: It is to extract the labor and wealth from one portion of society and distribute it unequally to others. 51. “Gendered Violence in Intimate Relationships” -Rape is the crime feared the most by women. 52. “The Limits of Anti-Racism” -How has racism changed: The focus is now on individuals at the psychological problems. It has strayed away from institutional problems. 53. “‘Free Trade’ and Immigration: A Primer” -Goal of free trade agreements; to destroy local agriculture markets (want cheaper imports), and to displace peasants and rural workers. 54. U.S. Religions -They believe that women and men are not equal in the eyes of God. 56. Prayer -Consists of SYMBOLIC actions. 57. “America and Political Islam” -Contemporary stuff IN RESPONSE TO THE COLD WAR. YES SIR… That was fuckin weird… LOL FAKE LOVE THE COLD WAR was Fuckin Cold The hunting ground on Netflix
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