Mister (the rooster)
From Beloved by Toni Morrison
Recalled memory by Paul D
The name Mister is significant because it signifies that even a rooster garnered
more respect than a slave
Mister symbolizes the masculinity that Paul D cannot have
Paul D v
R100 INTRODUCTION TO
Chapter 9: Race and Ethnicity as Lived
Race: a socially-defined category based on
either real or perceived (or some
combination of) differences between groups
R100 INTRODUCTION TO
Chapter 11: The Macro-Micro Link in Social
QUESTIONS ABOUT INSTITUTIONS TO
What kinds of businesses have you gone to,
paid a bill at, shopped at, and so on, in the past
How many of these businesses
Instructor- Kim Stanley
AMST A-100: Fridays 10:10-11AM
March 31, 2014
Regardless of family background or annual salary, all individuals have constraints and
limitations in their lives, some more than others. However, within these restrictio
What is America?
DISCUSSION SECTION SYLLABUS
INSTRUCTOR: KIMBERLY STANLEY
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UC Discussion Questions
1. Concerted cultivation is the middle-class value for child rearing. Parents
help their children develop their talents in a cultivated fashion through many
organized activities and lessons, which t
Choice Within Limits
Choice is an act of making a decision when faced with two or more
possibilities. Choice within the contexts of the Narrative of the Life of Frederick
Douglass, Remote Control, and The Spirit Catch
1. Bronies are adult fans of the 2010 animated television series, My Little Pony:
Friendship is Magic, that are outside the target market of little girls.
2. Stereotypes of the Brony culture include men that are creepy, old, and/or gay.
Bronies are a movement of high school and college aged males who watch the show
My Little Pony. They are grown men who love My Little Ponies.
Some of the stereotypes associated with the Brony culture are Bronies being described
as homosexuals, creeps, ped
AMST A100 Final Exam Review
Please note: This Review Sheet is meant to help you study and review the material covered since the midterm. This
review sheet is not a replacement for focused class attendance, regular note taking, thorough reading, and
Identify the following quotations
Trash is dangerous. Trash doesnt care about other peoples dreams.
There are few signs that children live at Auburn. Locked gates prevent them from setting foot on
the front lawn. In a city that has invested millions of do
MIDTERM REVIEW AMST A100
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class and carefully doing the reading. You can not assume that the test will simply reproduce
the contents of this sheet. This sheet is a gui
A100, Fall 201
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ANSWER QUESTIONS ON BOTH SIDES OF SHEET. READ CHOICES CAREFULLY BEFORE ANSWERING!
(10 POINTS PER QUESTION.)
1. Ideas of ethnicity can relate to:
a) human groups