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Lecture 13

SOC 102 Lecture 13: Final Exam Glossary Terms

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Sociology
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SOC 102
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Adamo

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY SOC 102: Social Problems Final Exam LIST OF TERMS UNIT 7 Dominant group Racial stratification Minority group Racial formation Ethnic group Race Deficiency theories o Cultural Theory o Biological Theory Biased theories Structural discrimination theories Individual racism Institutional racism Environmental racism Color blindness Jural minority Racialization Model minority Wilson thesis o Moynihan Thesis UNIT 8 Sex Gender Gendered Feminist approach Gender stratification Gendered institutions Male dominance Patriarchy Compulsory heterosexuality Sexuality Capitalist patriarchy Gender roles approach Gender structure approach Androgyny Gender segregation Glass ceiling Transgender Cisgender Gender queer Gender polarization Intersectionality Institutional sex discrimination Equal Pay Act of 1963 Pay Equity Dual or Segmented Labor Market Professional Ghettozation UNIT 9 Deviance Heteronormativity Heterosexuality Homosexuality Bisexuality Miscegenat
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