SOCB47H3 Lecture Notes - Tim Hortons, Monarchy Of The United Kingdom, Culture Shock

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Published on 6 Oct 2012
School
UTSC
Department
Sociology
Course
SOCB47H3
SOCB47
Social Inequality
Lecture 3
25th September 2012
Assignment- Due 9th October 2012
Integrative Anti- Racism Framework
- Racism isn’t always singular, you can experience sexism and racism.
- There’s are structural differences that affects opportunities
- Personal experience can be used to determine inequality
- Nothing is always static things change, it is relational and it shifts (Just like the article on
exclusion causing the inclusion of Asians into Canada)
- It analyzes how we articulate social differences
- Drawing from out experience knowledge
- Understanding how differential power and privilege society work
- Using race as an entry point
- Extending the discussion to use political power in the system
Power
- Power relation shifts, it is relational and context specifi
- It is embedded in social relations, not natural or inherent in individuals
Historical Forms Inequality
Nationalism
- Mackey piece argues that nationalist project that privilege white Anglo settlers was
foundational(help set up, structures and holds together) to the production of Canada as a
nation
- Says Canada as we know it would not exist without the white settler project
- It was based on a nationalist project
- Even though Canada is now a multicultural society, it was once based on nationalism
- What is Nationalism? What does it mean to be Canadian? To have a Canadian Identity?
- Pride in ones country, privileging of one’s nation
- Beliefs and values are shared between the nation
- There are usually some sort of national symbols that people use to identify that they are from
that nation (beaver, flags, landmarks are all examples of landmarks, hockey, Tim Hortons)
- National: A nation is a collection of people that have come to believe that they have been
shaped by a common past and are destines to share a common future. There is this continuum
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Racism isn"t always singular, you can experience sexism and racism. Nothing is always static things change, it is relational and it shifts (just like the article on. Personal experience can be used to determine inequality exclusion causing the inclusion of asians into canada) Understanding how differential power and privilege society work. Extending the discussion to use political power in the system. Power relation shifts, it is relational and context specifi. It is embedded in social relations, not natural or inherent in individuals. Mackey piece argues that nationalist project that privilege white anglo settlers was foundational(help set up, structures and holds together) to the production of canada as a nation. Says canada as we know it would not exist without the white settler project. Even though canada is now a multicultural society, it was once based on nationalism. Pride in ones country, privileging of one"s nation. Beliefs and values are shared between the nation.

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