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CORNELLGOVT 2225Anna HaskinsFall

GOVT 2225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Michel Foucault, Heterosexuality, Hookup Culture

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31 Jan 2018
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Sex does not equal gender does not equal sexuality. Biological sex does not always match one"s gender identity. Social norms dictate how we have sex an
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CORNELLGOVT 2225Anna HaskinsFall

GOVT 2225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Environmental Justice, Group Dynamics, Racial Segregation In The United States

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31 Jan 2018
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Poor children lag behind their better-off peers on most achievement measures. Theses gaps grow over time via three complementary pathways. Goal -- expl
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CORNELLGOVT 2225Anna HaskinsFall

GOVT 2225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: The Big Questions, Preschool, James Samuel Coleman

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31 Jan 2018
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Difference between white & black high school students experience. To teach a basic and common skillset, impart knowledge, and produce dispositions that
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CORNELLGOVT 2225Anna HaskinsFall

GOVT 2225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Restorative Justice, The Way Forward, Procedural Justice

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CORNELLGOVT 2225Anna HaskinsFall

GOVT 2225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Working Poor

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Not that much change over time, still very prevalent. Huge part of america is considered to be rural. Assumption that money goes farther in rural ameri
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CORNELLGOVT 2225Anna HaskinsFall

GOVT 2225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Housing Discrimination, White Flight, Redlining

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31 Jan 2018
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The us is more socially segregated today (2017) than at the end of the. Hispanics and asians still less segregated than blacks, but their continued pop
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CORNELLGOVT 2225Anna HaskinsFall

GOVT 2225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Earned Income Tax Credit, Working Poor

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12 Jun 2016
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Some combination of people: living in persistent poverty, habitually unemployed, non-mainstream (non-middle class) cultural behaviors and moral values.
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CORNELLGOVT 2225Anna HaskinsFall

GOVT 2225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 48: Arnold Schwarzenegger, World Health Organization, Yuppie

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12 Jun 2016
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Cowen 2002: a typical american yuppie drinks french wine, listens to beethoven on a japanese audio system, uses the internet to buy persian textiles fr
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CORNELLGOVT 2225Anna HaskinsFall

GOVT 2225 Lecture 11: Lecture 09:25 Week 5.2

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12 Jun 2016
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Understand the basic points in each of the required readings: jot these down or highlight the important text. Specific stats are less important than un
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CORNELLGOVT 2225Anna HaskinsFall

GOVT 2225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Disability Insurance, Temporary Assistance For Needy Families, Parental Leave

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12 Jun 2016
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A social system whereby the government undertakes to protect the health and well-being of its citizens, especially those in financial or social need. G
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CORNELLGOVT 2225Anna HaskinsFall

GOVT 2225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Escalator, Economic Mobility

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12 Jun 2016
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Now in economic decline, less about material possessions, more about freedom. Sometimes people achieve the american dream because their parents achieve
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CORNELLGOVT 2225Anna HaskinsFall

GOVT 2225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Housing Discrimination, Concentrated Poverty, Redlining

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12 Jun 2016
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The us is more racially segregated today (2015) than at the end of the civil war (1865)! Spatial patterns of segregation in the us: race and poverty, t
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