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SOCIOL 2S06 Study Guide - Final Guide: Patricia Hill Collins, Arlie Russell Hochschild, Black Feminist Thought

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8. 8. This term discusses how experiences are shaped,
interpreted, and talked about on the basis of interacting
gender, race, social class, and other factors situating the
individual::a. Intersectionality
b. Interlocking
c. Interacting
d. Interstellar
9. 9. This concept is defined as "the rejection of sexual
exploitation and degradation and the affirmation of sexual
images, desire, and practise that recognize the emotional-
relational context of serial expression:":a. Black bodies
b. Honest bodies
c. Affirmative bodies
d. Warm bodies
10. 10. The emotional labour is a concept that is strongly
connected to this theorist, which was discussed in her
incredibly popular book titled::a. Patricia Hill Collins,
Emotional Heart
b. Arlie Hochschild, The Managed Heart
c. Dorothy Smith, Outsourced Emotions
d. Charlotte Perkins Gillman, The Notebook
11. 11. Emotional labour can be defined as::a. Emotions found in
men and women's interactions
b. Labour that is emotional
c. Emotion work individuals do at and as work, for pay; has
d. None of the above
12. 12. ____ _____ presuppositions work to make the
"anonymous black male," in particular, the object of police
surveillance, associating black and male with criminality.
Examples of this can be seen with "driving/shopping while
black:":a. Colour lines
b. Colour coding
c. Colour typifications
d. Colour profiling
13. 13. The writing of Du Bois and several other scholars
discussing theories of race and racism are associated with
this theory, which refers to the critique of the legacy of
western imperialism for previously colonized cultures and
countries::a. Post-colonial theory
b. Post-imperialism theory
c. Post-Marxist theory
d. Post-historical theory
14. 14. This theorist conceptualized the idea of racial
"otherness" in his discussion of the Orient in his book
Orientalism::a. Cornel West
b. Edward Said
c. Orlando Patterson
d. Frantz Fanon
1. 2 Alternative Visions of Globalization:Socialist Globalization-
Leslie Sklair
Global Soical Demoncracy - David Held
2. 2. This feminist discussed women as being "the Other,"
unable to exist on their own terms without a man::a. Betty
b. Simone de Beauvoir
c. Dorothy Smith
d. Judith Stacey
3. 3. This theorist highlighted that we live in a man-made
world (androcentric culture) in which one sex is accepted
as the race type, and women are considered sub-species.
This theorist also discussed "the Economic woman," as
discussed in Women and Economics::a. Charlotte Perkins
b. Dorothy Smith
c. Patricia Hill Collins
d. Arlie Hochschild
4. 4. What theory is described as "a groups positioning with the
unequal power structure and the everyday lived knowledge
that emerges from that position?" Which two theorists
talked about this theory?:a. Emotional labour; Arlie
Hochschild and Patricia Hill Collins
b. Standpoint Theory; Patricia Hill Collins and Dorothy Smith
c. Relations of Ruling; Dorothy Smith and Charlotte Perkins
d. Institutional Ethnography; Dorothy Smith and Patricia Hill
5. 5. This term is used to describe the knowledge that emerges
from the contradictory realities women experience due to
the split between objectified knowledge and the public
world of work and women's everyday localized
experiences::a. Bifurcation of consciousness
b. Double reality
c. Dual vision
d. Double entendre
6. 6. This theorist claimed that "it would be more accurate to
discuss a Black women's standpoint than a Black woman's
standpoint:":a. Dorothy Smith
b. Charlotte Perkins Gillman
c. Patricia Hill Collins
d. Arlie Hochschild
7. 7. Patricia Hill Collins claimed that controlling images of
black women are used by the white male status quo in an
attempt to suppress black women's vocal resistance to
their subjugation and inequality. There are four images,
and they are::a. The hot mamma, the black mother, the lazy
woman, and the single lady
b. The faithful, the white family lover, the ethical worker, and
the married woman
c. The subordinate, the traditional woman, the unfeminine, and
the emasculatory
d. The black mammy, the matriarch, the welfare mother, and
the hot momma
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15. 15. The theorist previously mentioned discussed that the
relationship between the East (Orient) and the West
(Occident) is one of ____ and ____::a. Exploitation and
b. Domination and subordination
c. Power and domination
d. Money and resources
16. 16. This theorist was once a doctor, and described this
phrase as overriding all of the other attributes of a
person::a. William Du Bois, duality
b. Elijah Henderson, the fact of blackness
c. Ralph Ellison, the Invisible Man
d. Frantz Fanon, the fact of blackness
17. 17. A slave not have any connections to a community and
being completely powerless to their master is described
as::a. Domination
b. Social death
c. Exploitation
d. Social alienation
18. 18. This concept that claimed "Black people as ex-slaves
must invariably see themselves through the eyes of the
white master" was discussed in Du Bois' book with this
title::a. Double consciousness, The Souls of Black Folk
b. Bifurcation of consciousness, Slavery
c. Dual vision, Slavery Through Other Eyes
d. Veiled, Through the Eyes of the White Master
19. 19. Du Bois and Winant (?) claimed that slavery was
foundational for this::a. Freedom
b. Marginalization
c. Capitalism
d. Socialism
20. 20. This theorist discussed the new negro middle class in
1948, which was composed primarily of those working in
white-collar professional and supervisory positions::a. Elijah
b. Frantz Fanon
c. E. Franklin Frazer
d. Cornel West
21. 21. This theorist discussed that contemporary black class
structure makes it increasingly difficult to speak of a single
or uniform black experience, and discussed how class has
become more important than race in this book::a. Orlando
Patterson, Black Class Structure
b. William Du Bois, Classism
c. Edward Said, Class Over Race
d. William Julius Wilson, Declining Significance of Race
22. 22. This term describes hopelessness, lovelessness, and
meaninglessness that characterizes the everyday lived
experiences of black people and was coined by this
theorist, who called for a politics of conversion to change
this::a. Bleakness, Frantz Fanon
b. Nihilism, Cornel West
c. Pessimism, William Du Bois
d. None of the above
23. 23. In this book, Paul Gilroy claims that instead of colour
lines it is culture lines that are now critical to the
production of conflict and inequality::a. Culture Lines
b. Against Race
c. Blurred Lines
d. Production of Race
24. 24. This term is used to describe the racism that emerges
when a dominant racial cultural group attributes core
cultural differences to the worldviews and ways of being of
minority racial groups::a. Contemporary racism
b. Modern racism
c. Cultural racism
d. The new racism
25. 25. This is something that it is something that is produced
by society and impacts other processes in society. Further,
it spans and impact both macro and micro processes::a.
b. Glocalization
c. Social movement
d. None of the above
26. 26. This theorist talked about the disembeddness of time
and space as our current social experience::a. Immanuel
b. Anthony Giddens
c. Paul Gilroy
d. Leslie Sklair
27. 27. This term recognizes the fact that in our increasingly
disembedded era of globalization and digitalization, the
local and the distant can no longer be considered
independent of each other::a. Glocalization
b. Localization
c. Globalization
d. Routinization
28. 28. This theorist was influential in establishing the
capitalist world system: capitalism as a bounded,
historically unique, and economically distinctive world-
system that emerged in Europe in the 16th century::a.
Immanuel Wallerstein
b. Anthony Giddens
c. Saskia Sassen
d. David Harvey
29. 29. According Wallerstein, world economies are
structurally divided into different strata called::a. Center,
middle, and outer
b. Developed and underdeveloped
c. Core, semi-peripheral, and peripheral
d. None of the above
30. 30. Leslie Sklair claimed that capitalist globalization is only
one form of globalization which is based on the capitalist
mode of production. Sklair argued for the analytical
necessity of this theory, which emphasizes a dialectical
synthesis between states and transnational forces::a. Global
Systems Theory
b. Dialectical Synthesis Theory
c. Multiple Economies Theory
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31. 31. This theorist talked about ____ _____, which is the
expansion of the functions of global economies outside of
corporate headquarters into these strategic sites for the
production of specialized functions::a. Anthony Giddens,
global corporations
b. Paul Gilroy, functional cities
c. Saskia Sassen, global cities
d. Leslie Sklair, financial cities
32. 32. This is the idea that a country's geopolitical and military
strategies are driven primarily by capitalist economic
interests as described by David Harvey::a. The new
b. Empiricism
c. World economies
d. Militarism
33. According to Cornel West, the deepening economic schiem
seems to be developing in the black community with the
black poor falling further behind middle-class and upper -
class blacks , is known as:The black underclass
34. According to Orlando Patterson, how should the relations
of slavery be understood? As relations of:Domination
35. Affirmative Action:A policy designed to redress past
discrimination against women and minority groups through
measures to improve their economic and educational
36. Analysis of the World Systems Theory:in 1947 , he published
"the modern world system" - which analyzed the emergence of
the modern world system which he says began in the 16th
37. Anti-intellectualism: He argued that the cultural characterizes
of the black middle class stemmed from and reflected the racial
divide, that existed between the black and white middle classes
Black middle class rejected their own history, and collective
pride in that history, while trying to seek acceptance from the
peers in the white middle class
38. Apartheid:Legal racial segregation upheld through
government law in South Africa from 1948 until 1994
39. Arlie Hochschild contrasts the ideas of emotion work/
management to emotional labour. What is the key
difference?:Emotional labour is traded for wage & emotion
work/management is not
40. Bifurcation of Consciousness:-This is experienced by women
who move between these two worlds
- move between public world & domestic world
41. The bifurcation of consciousness results from::Women's
separating of consciousness into the public and private sphere
42. Biographical Sketch of Dorothy Smith: University Education
o 1995 graduated with a B.A. from the London school of
o Majored in sociology and social anthropology/psychology
o Met her husband at this university: William Smith
o Left England together and went to University of California at
o Dorothy started to pursue a PhD - graduated 1963
o Studied under Goffman
o Not long after, her marriage ended - she never moved back to
her maiden name
43. Biographical Sketch of Dorothy Smith: University Career
o Worked at many universities
o First was a lecturer at Berkley then went back to England at
the university of Essex
o Hired as an assistant professor at the university of BC (1968)
o She was promoted to associate professor than to full professor
o She did a lot to advance women's studies
o In 1977 she became a professor in the Ontario institute for
studies in education (OSIE) at the University of Toronto;
published a few books
o Everyday World as Problematic; a Feminist Sociology (1987)
o Texts, Facts, and Femininity; Exploring the Relations of Ruling"
o She published many other things as well (most important was
Texts, facts, and femininity...)
o She retired in 2000
o Continued to write after she retired and is still around today
44. Biographical Sketch of Dorothy Smith:birth name was
Dorothy Place, born in England (1926)
o Born into a middle class family, a female activist family
45. A Biographical Sketch of Du Bois: Spent some time studying
in Europe at the University of Berlin (one term while studying at
o While here he met Max Weber - as he talked to Weber he
became more and more convinced that sociology was a
discipline that could help him to understand the kinds of things
he wanted to understand in relation to race and racism
46. A Biographical Sketch of Du Bois: Born in the northern
United States (1868)
Raised in a small, largely middle class town - in this town there
were blacks and there were whites, but relations between
blacks and whites were pretty good - because of these good
relations, he experienced little discrimination as he was growing
47. A Biographical Sketch of Du Bois: Started undergraduate
degree at Fisk University in Tennessee (1885) - this university
was a university for blacks and it was in the Southern United
o He was shocked by what he saw - racism in the South, being
discriminated against
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