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MCMASTERSOCIOL 2R03Augie FlerasSummer

SOCIOL 2R03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: New Economy, Fordism, W. M. Keck Observatory

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Institutions are racialized, gendered, and classed by virtue of principles, practices, and structures that construct workplace barriers in advantaging
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 2R03Augie FlerasSummer

SOCIOL 2R03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Institutional Racism, Racialization, Human Capital

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Introduction: the racialization of inequality, the inequality of racialization. Racialized minorities do not share equally in the creation of wealth, p
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 2R03Augie FlerasSummer

SOCIOL 2R03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Economic Mobility, Social Inequality, Health Equity

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7 Sep 2013
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Patterns of inequality pertaining to power, privilege or property are the rule rather than the exception. People should be rewarded differently because
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 2R03Augie FlerasSummer

SOCIOL 2R03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Academic Freedom, Social Inequality, Multicultural Education

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Three major funtions of schooling and education feed into this line of thought, including: to impart knowledge and skills, to prepare individuals for c
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 2R03Augie FlerasSummer

SOCIOL 2R03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Johnny Depp, Adam Sandler, Nansen Refugee Award

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7 Sep 2013
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Standards of good living: wealth, crime rates, trust in public institutions, and health of family related to divorce rates while job security is based
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 2R03Augie FlerasSummer

SOCIOL 2R03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Reductionism, The Feminine Mystique, Ibm Officevision

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7 Sep 2013
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Women continue to be underrepresented in areas that count (from federal politics to corporate boardrooms) and overrepresented in areas that don"t count
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 2R03Augie FlerasSummer

SOCIOL 2R03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Idyll, Osoyoos Indian Band, Cultural Assimilation

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Introduction: first nations, second class citizens, third world conditions. Aboriginal communities comprise 96 of the bottom 100 communities in canada
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 2R03Augie FlerasSummer

SOCIOL 2R03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Consumerism, International Inequality, Gross National Income

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7 Sep 2013
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Introduction the globalization of inequality: the inequalities of globalization. Massive reducation in global poverty are offset by growing inequality
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 2R03Augie FlerasSummer

SOCIOL 2R03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Black Kids, United Nations General Assembly, Consumerism

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Canada experienced the second highest increase in child poverty of 14 countries with data from the mid 1990"s to the mid 2000"s. Just over 15% of all c
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 2R03Augie FlerasSummer

SOCIOL 2R03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Gynocentrism, New Economy, Androcentrism

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MCMASTERSOCIOL 2R03Augie FlerasSummer

SOCIOL 2R03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Social Inequality, Eurocentrism, Class Discrimination

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Few possess the critical skills necessary to unpack media inequalities and put these skills into practice in a way that challenges and resists. Meadia
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 2R03Augie FlerasSummer

SOCIOL 2R03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Crony Capitalism, Wage Labour, Profit Maximization

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7 Sep 2013
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All known societies are characterized by inequalities, with the most privileged enjoying a disproportionate share of the total wealth, power, and prest
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