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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC101Y1
Professor
Robert Brym
Semester
Winter

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Chapter 8 Race and Ethnicity RelationsTermsCivic Nationalism form of nationalism in which the social boundaries of the nation are defined in territorial and geographic termsCulture of Poverty Thesis the theory that some ethnic groups do not readily assimilate and hence are poor because their culture does not value economic success hard work and achievement Discrimination refers to practices that deny members of particular groups equal access to societal rewardsunfair treatment of people because of the groups their in Institutional Racism refers to discriminatory racial practices built into such prominent structures as the political economic and education systemsNew Racism theory that suggests that it is natural for groups to form bounded communities Points Systems used by Canadian government to select independent immigrants Prejudice an unfavorable generalized and rigid belief applied to all members of a groupreal or imagined characteristics Primordialist Thesis theory that ethnic attachments reflect a basis tendency of people to seek out and associate with their own kindQuiet Revolution refers to social political and cultural changes that occurred in Quebec in the 1960s because of the emergence of a large francophone middle classRace socially constructed label that has been used to describe certain kinds of physical differences between peopleSplitLabor Market Theory holds that racial and ethnic conflicts are rooted in differences in the price of labor
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