SOC 1 Final List of Key Terms_S17.docx

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24. Caught in the Crossfire (Iraq one, Felusia) -Don’t need to know I think 25. Schools and Class Conflict Model -According to functionalists schools don’t teach you how to think critically. 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 -conflict perspective: Socialization to teach you how to behave and become obedient and docile workers. 26. “Imperialism” - 27. Brain-drain -Hard to leave the “Third-world Country” Society because the professionals are leaving their native country to find jobs in first-world countries. 28. Racism -Purpose is to exploit the labors of minorities and to perpetuate inequality. 29. “John Brown and Abraham Lincoln” -American textbooks omit anti-racist ideas. They do not talk shit about racism. They do not clearly state that racism is a bad thing. 30. “Blue Gold, Turkmen Bashes, and Asian Grids: Pipelineistan in Conflict” -Two global powers to fight over oil supplies: US and Russia. 31. “A New Silk Road: Proposed Petroleum Pipeline in Afghanistan” -Afghanistan and Pakistan are going to become attractive alternatives for building oil and gas pipelines that avoid crossing Iran. 32. Military Draft -We don’t have one right now. Scared of the young people rebelling. Backlash. Also it is a tax on poor people. Poor people will join because of the benefits. 33. Order Theory -According to this: As people need to band together with their common beliefs and values, people are bound together into traditional communities. 34. “The Manufacture of Islamophobia: Class, Imperialism, and Ideology” -What were the reasons for demonization: To prepare warriors for war, foster indifferences of killing of civilians, to silence criticism from American Muslims, to minimize contact of Muslims and non-Muslims by creating fear in non-Muslims. 35. “Watching Big Brother” -Underplay the roles of NGOs and private citizens. 36. Mental Production -People who control the means of material production also control the means of mental production. 37. “A Warning to Africa: The New U.S. Imperial Grand Strategy” -Sub-Saharan Africa will be appointed to the US for their oil. 38. “Red Eyes” -Native Americans are probably the most misrepresented group in US history textbooks. 39. “Nondemocratic Regimes of Mideast Supported by the U.S.A.” -At some point, all of these have been supported by the US. Iran, Iraq, and Omad.
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