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Sociology Chapters 9-14

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Tara Benson

on 24 November 2014

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Transcript of Sociology Chapters 9-14

Test 2
Chapter 10
Refer to page 212
What are Prejudice and Discrimination?
Institutional Discrimination
What are Minority, Racial. and Ethnic Groups?
Ethnic groups.......
Define the following:
What does biological significance of race mean?

What is the Social Construction of Race?
Prejudice is a negative attitude towards an entire category of people, often ethnic or a racial minority.

Discrimination is the denial of opportunities and equal rights to individuals and groups based on some type of arbitrary bias.
Institutional discrimination refers to the denial of opportunities and equal rights to individuals and groups that results from the normal operations of society. Refer to pg # 216
Test Review
Be prepared to discuss both movies we watched in class - Nurture VS Nature and Brown Eyes VS Blue Eyes.
Review the prezi/PDF on Politics and the Economy. Understand the different types of government.
Review the reading & discussion questions
Families and Intimate Relationships
What does family mean to you...
Think about the photo essay presentations from class and be prepared to define poverty and how it relates to the study of people and behaviour.
Questions to think about.....
How does the novel relate to this course?

What concepts did you learn in this course that directly relate to the book?

what is one thing you learned from the novel?
Review the questions we discussed from your text book. Different types of government, how education and politics are connected and the effects of poverty.
Think about all the traditions shared in class. Relate your experiences and what you learned.
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