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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreFall

Lecture 6 Dimensions of Racism 1) The social construction of “race” 2) Invalidation ideology social Darwinism 3) Racism in the colonial context a) - brief history of colonization contact period - market period (negotiation and partnerships Royal

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Dimensions of racism: the social construction of race , invalidation ideology social darwinism, racism in the colonial context, - brief history of colo
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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreFall

Lecture 5 1) Civil Liberties a) right to due process of law b) right to dissent – freedom of speech, expression & assembly etc. c) right to security of the person d) right to personal privacy 2) National Security a) external threats b) internal thr

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Citizenship: broader, right to belong, contribute, benefit equally in canadian society. Being a part of a whole, even if membership in other cultures.
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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreWinter

Lecture 10 Heterosexism: Gays and Lesbians 1. Stigmatization and stigma by association 2. Heterosexism and homophobia: invalidation myth ideologies 3. Forms of discrimination o Persecution o Systemic discrimination Criminalization: passin

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Sosc 1210 feb 3/10: stigmatization and stigma by association, heterosexism and homophobia: invalidation myth ideologies, forms of discrimination, perse
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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreWinter

Lecture 11 Addressing Heterosexism: A Canadian case study 1. Developing a legal strategy: individual rights- the charter, courts and human rights codes 2. Yogyakarta principles 3. Continuing issues: a. Re-entering the closet b. The deep pocket

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Feb10/10-sosc 1210: developing a legal strategy: individual rights- the charter, courts and human rights codes, yogyakarta principles, continuing issue
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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreWinter

Lecture 7 review kallen nov. 9th -techniques of domination 1. control of immigration as a means in which the dominant group controls 2. control of land 3. control of opportunities in Canada Model of Competitive Racism 1. Majority assumptions: infer

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January 14th, 2010 review kallen nov. 9th -techniques of domination: control of immigration as a means in which the dominant group controls, control of
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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreWinter

Lecture 13 Strategies for change: Women – the claim for categorical rights 1) Changes in the public sphere a) Job qualifications and postings b) Pay equity c) Employment equity law d) Sexual harassment law Results of the fight against systemic discr

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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreFall

SOSC 1910 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Economic System, Free Market, Invisible Ink

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Preface: democracy & human rights: the conversion of human rights principles into law in canada, human rights: the translation process, constitutional
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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreWinter

Lecture 8 Racism Control of Opportunities 1) Follow up on control of land 2) Control of opportunities & its long-term impact a) Slavery b) Disenfranchisement c) Education d) Employment & wage inequity

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Main technique of domination land control. Different minority groups had different things to do (head tax after railroad) different opportunities for m
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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreWinter

SOSC 1910 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Equal Pay For Equal Work, Gender Pay Gap, Public Sphere

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Strategies for change: women the claim for categorical rights: changes in the public sphere. Without restructure of public sphere, private sphere will
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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreFall

Lecture 1 Human rights at the int'l level: 1) background & fundamental principles: 2) individual rights @ the international level & problematic distinctions a) political/civil rights b) economic rights c) social rights 3) collective rights a) ethno

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Ideals we strive for in universal declaration of rights. Moral guidelines only binding in states once incorporated. Wednesday: background & fundamental
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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreFall

SOSC 1910 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Journalists For Human Rights, Social Distance, Scientific Method

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Fundamental freedom freedoms we have to the state political right. Canada"s rights are very divisible, political are bedrock of all rights. Not wholly
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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreWinter

Lecture 12 Paternalism/ Patriarchy 1. The model of patriarchy 2. Social changes and the persistence of patriarchy a. Maternal feminism b. Early liberal feminism

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Sosc 1210 feb 24/ 10: the model of patriarchy, social changes and the persistence of patriarchy, maternal feminism, early liberal feminism. Gays and le
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