What they learned in first stage through parents or

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what they learned in first stage through parents or environment (use of language and communication)Concrete Operational Stage (7-11 years)Child know the cause and effect of their certain actionsFunctional Operational StageDevelop imagination and abstract thinking-Functional PerspectiveTransmission of culture is done through telling children stories about our country and typical householdScreening, sorting, and selecting talent is done through GPA scale and standardized tests-Conflict PerspectivePromotion of conservatism and biased valuesTimes when women or colored couldn’t attend schoolClassed based education deals with people sending their children to better schoolsIt is a commercial enterprise because colleges make so much money off studentsIt creates people who are loyal, obedient, submissive, and with right attitude to prepare us for the real world because we are always ruled by a higher authority.Strengths the cycle of poverty because some are not allowed to be educated-StoriesRace and Ethnicity-Population trendThe white population is decreasingLatino population is increasing because they have more children, and more immigrants
Asian people are the most recent immigrants; they come to the U.S. has educated professional to make money-EthnocentrismJudging a different culture based on the principles of your own. -Immigration Act (2 questions)The total quota rose but was stopped after 911Many visas were given to people with special occupations or getting an education in the U.S.Families of these people were given visas as wellUnder represented nations were given visasIreland because they had a big lobbyist groupA lottery was created to give visas to people from other nationsPeople are illegal immigrants due to push and pull factors-Theoretical DiscussionMinorities are those who are economically suffering and visible due to different skin color, religion, dress, or special customsPrejudice is the rigid, negative, and false generalizations about an entire category of peopleRacism is the systemic and institutionalized discrimination against one or more racesPluralism is where all groups of people are treated equally and the government gives them money to preserve cultureAcculturation is learning the language, values, norms, and skills of a majority populationAssimilation is the gradual adoption of the culture of larger groups leading to complete loss of distinct racial identitySegregation is the physical and social separation of certain categories of people (this can be forced or by choice)Genocide is the systemic annihilation of one category of people by another-Theories of prejudice
Scapegoat theory is the feeling of frustration and rage against minorities during times of suffering; when a society is flourishing, we accept minorities and don’t mind themAuthoritarian personality is the intolerance to one and all minorities (KKK, Skinheads, based on Social Darwinism)Culture of prejudice says that we are prejudice because English first arrived in America and said we are superior; this belief has carried over time.

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