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CHICANO 10B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 26 pages long!)


Department
Chicana and Chicano Studies
Course Code
CHICANO 10B
Professor
Maylei Blackwell
Study Guide
Final

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CHICANO 10B
Final EXAM
STUDY GUIDE

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Naming our Social Locations and Mapping Systems of Power and Priv
UCPD Town Hall Meeting, 1/17/18 6pm-8pm Kerckhoff Grand Salon
Office Hours - Monday 3pm-4pm
The Possessive Investment in Whiteness - George Lipsitz
Whiteness (and race in general) is a cultural and social construct
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Race is not a binary
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Created and maintained through social structures
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"Studies of culture too far removed from studies of social structure leave us with ina
understanding racism and inadequate remedies for combating it"
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"Racism changes over time, taking on different forms and serving different social
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When we don't recognize the role of structures in creating and maintaining inequal
demonizes people of color for being victimized…while hiding the privileges of whi
family values, fatherhood, and fore-sight- rather than to favoritism"
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"The Federal Housing Act of 1934 brought home ownership…"
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Channeling of resources to whites
Housing, bank loans, labor unions, laws, enforcement of laws, environmenta
reform
White people are not "naturally" superior, they've just have more advantages
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"Group interests are not monolithic, and aggregate figures can obscure serious diff
All whites do not benefit from the possessive investment in whiteness in precisely
experiences of members of minority groups are not interchangeable"
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Social Location
The social features of one's position in society; how one is positioned by systems of
individual, community, societal and global level.
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Systems of Power and Privilege
Is a group phenomenon
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Lecture'2
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Privilege
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of whiteness by attributing them to
ental racism, education, tax
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ous differences within racial groups.
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