Lindas family had saved a considerable amount of money for her college expenses

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Linda's family had saved a considerable amount of money for her college expenses and she graduated with no debt. After college, they both found jobs and made roughly the same income. Linda was able to purchase a car right away because she had money left over while Margaret took the bus until she was able to save enough money for a down payment for a car. Based on statistical information, who is likely to end up with more wealth and what would explain the difference? A. Linda; she had considerable financial support from her family that is likely to continue.B. Linda; she seems able to budget her money more wisely.C. Margaret; if she works hard enough she can make up for her previous financial situation.D. Margaret; she is more likely to benefit from social program that will "level" her chances with Linda.Croteau - Chapter 10 #67Level: ModerateTopic: Culture, Power, and Structure: Explaining Ethnic and Racial InequalityType: Evaluation68.(p. 273)Government and private-sector policies that discriminated against minorities and gave Whites advantages are described by Oliver and Shapiro as A. white entitlement.B. the racialization of the state.C. Jim Crow laws.D. governmental discrimination.Croteau - Chapter 10 #68Level: BasicTopic: Culture, Power, and Structure: Explaining Ethnic and Racial InequalityType: Knowledge
69.(p. 273)Which of the following policies was part of the racialization of the state? A. Schools were racially segregated and unequal.B. Blacks were barred from certain occupations.C. Blacks were prevented from selling to Whites.D. All of the answers are correct.Croteau - Chapter 10 #69Level: ModerateTopic: Culture, Power, and Structure: Explaining Ethnic and Racial InequalityType: Comprehension70.(p. 273)When a university uses race as a factor in admissions decisions this is known as A. collective bargaining.B. affirmative action.C. institutional discrimination.D. a split market.Croteau - Chapter 10 #70Level: BasicTopic: Sociology MattersType: Application

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