POLSCI-21 7 Ethnic Politics
STUDY GUIDEQuiz 3
Location in the US of various Latino immigrant groups (Mexican versus Puerto Rican, etc.)
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Chapter 3 Discrimination-Vocabulary
Absolute Deprivation: The minimum level of subsistence below which families or individuals
should not to be expected to exist.
Affirmative Action: Positive efforts to recruit subordinate group members, including women,
1. U.S. indigenous peoples (Native Americans/American Indians) have many historical
REASONS TO DISTRUST the United States government. Please list and explain at
least THREE of theseattempting to select events from several different ti
New Kids Essay
Taylor Swift starts one of her songs, Take a deep breath as you walk through the doors;
its the morning of your very first day. The song is about high school. I remember my first day
of high school. I walked in the first day
Terms for Ch. 1 and 1919 Riots Article
Amalgamation: The process by which a dominant group and a subordinate group combine
through intermarriage to form a new group.
Assimilation: The process by which a subordinate individual or group takes on the charact
Chapter 2 Prejudice-Vocabulary
Authoritarian Personality: A psychological construct of a personality type likely to be prejudiced
and to use others as scapegoats.
Bogardus Scale: Technique to measure social distance toward different racial and ethnic grou
Chapter 4 Vocab
Asylees: Foreigners who have already entered the United States and now seek protection because
of persecution or a well-founded fear of persecution.
Bilingual Children: A program designed to allow students to learn academic concepts in the