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Class Notes for ANTH 150A1 at University of Arizona

Race, Ethnicity and the American Dream

ANTH 150A1 Lecture 8: Color of Punishment

Race & crime ● rethinking the color line The color of punishmen...

Anthropology Main
ANTH 150A1
Dr.Osbourne
ANTH 150A1 Lecture 9: FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE

KEY TERMS (CAPS = IMPORTANT): ● RACISM ○ a system ...

Anthropology Main
ANTH 150A1
Dr.Osbourne
ANTH 150A1 Lecture 1: Race, ethnicity, & the American Dream

anthropologys denition of race: a awed system of classication w no ...

Anthropology Main
ANTH 150A1
Dr.Osbourne
ANTH 150A1 Lecture 2: Midterm study guide

Key Terms & Main vocabulary terms: highlighted = most impor...

Anthropology Main
ANTH 150A1
Dr.Osbourne
ANTH 150A1 Lecture 3: Graves Chap. 4

Darwin & the Survival of Scientific Racism: ● Charles Darwin: ...

Anthropology Main
ANTH 150A1
Dr.Osbourne
ANTH 150A1 Lecture 5: Access to Health & Health Care

How Race & Ethnicity Matter (Lynne Richardson) ● key words ...

Anthropology Main
ANTH 150A1
Dr.Osbourne
ANTH 150A1 Lecture 6: A Year After Ferguson

Housing segregation defies tools to erase it ● when you’re black...

Anthropology Main
ANTH 150A1
Dr.Osbourne
ANTH 150A1 Lecture 4: Anthro discussion

● The emperor's folktale ● race is a social construct ...

Anthropology Main
ANTH 150A1
Dr.Osbourne

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