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CU-BOULDERSOCY 1021Nicole LambertFall

SOCY 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter exam 2: Residential Segregation In The United States, Interracial Marriage, Racial Segregation In The United States

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13 Nov 2016
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Anybody can get ahead if they work hard enough: responsible for own success, equal opportunity. Color-blind/post-racial illusion: white people blind to
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SOCY 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter Lee, Bean, and GRAR 23: Social Distance, White Supremacy

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20 Nov 2016
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SOCY 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6, 8, and 12: Asian Americans, Hoodie

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8 Sep 2016
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Common belief that a person"s success is a direct reflection of how hard they work. Cannot discount progress, however, still a glass-ceiling in place:
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CU-BOULDERSOCY 1021Nicole LambertFall

SOCY 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5, 17: White Privilege, Meritocracy, Racialization

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20 Sep 2016
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SOCY 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter Exam 3: Immigration To The United States, Founding Fathers Of The United States, Contiguity

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14 Nov 2016
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1922 takoa-ozawa v us: japanese should be eligible under the that was originally their homeland: incapable of assimilating. Naturalization act, which l
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CU-BOULDERSOCY 1021Nicole LambertFall

SOCY 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: White Privilege

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8 Sep 2016
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Controversy on why whites are prohibited from saying the n-word that. Whites are prohibited from saying it: spread among other non-black but colored ra
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SOCY 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Internalized Oppression, Racism, White Privilege

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8 Sep 2016
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Prejudice is defined as the preconceived opinion that is not based on reason or actual experience: what most people would define as racism, micro level
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SOCY 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Double Consciousness, Vise

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6 Sep 2016
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He can see out but that can"t see in: judged based on white standards, he discovered he was first different at a young age when a girl of a different c
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