race and ethnicity I

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Created Feb 12, 2011
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assimilation after 3 generations by Milton Gordon? Evidence: Substantial acculturation...
 
 According to the traditional assimilation model, assimilation occurs after...
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Milton Gordon(born 1918) and his seven dimensions of adaptation
 
 Milton Gordon presented a more specific analysis of assimilation. • Gordon described...
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Behavioural assimilation definition and example
 
 Behavioral assimilation/acculturation occurs when a newcomer absorbs the cultural norms,...
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Structural assimilation definition and example
 
The second major type of assimilation, structural or socioeconomic assimilation, refers to...
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One of the most famous theories of assimilation comes from sociologist Milton Gordon. He theorized...
 
 The first is Anglo conformity, which is when the minority or immigrant is taught that...
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  Robert E. Park pioneering analysis in the 1920s? (1864) Chicago school -symbolic...
 
 Robert E. Park: believed in a long-term trend toward assimilation of racial and...
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Critic of the Gordon model?
 
Gordon's model has been criticized for neglecting power issues (different resources available...
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Problems with assimilation theories
 
 Most assimilation theories take as their examples of cultural adaptation white European...
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BEYOND THE MELTING POT BY GLAZER AND MOYNIHAN: ETHNIC AND CULTURAL PLURALISM
 
the original customs and home country ways of European immigrants were mostly lost by the...
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Andrew Greeley  and ethnogenesis
 
  the theory of assimilation proposed by Andrew Greeley in  whch white immigrant...
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 biosocial perspectives
 
 primordial or essentialist theory: race and ethnicity is deeply rooted in the biological...
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major theoretical perspectives in race and ethnicity
 
  Four main approaches that seek to explain various forms of ethnic and racial hostility:
Social...
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Social psychological approaches
 
 Focus on how prejudice and racism satisfy psychic needs of certain people
Example:...
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primordialism
 
  Suggests ethnic attachments reflect innate tendency of people to seek out and associate...
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normative theories
 
  Focus on how prejudices are transmitted through socialization and social circumstances...
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power conflict theories
 
  Stress how ethnic and racial conflict derives from distribution of power in society
Orthodox...
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The __________ suggests that ethnic and racial attachments reflect an innate tendency for people...
 
primordial thesis
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The __________ is the theory that racial and ethnic conflict are rooted in differences in the...
 
split-labour market theory
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An unfavourable, generalized and rigid belief applied to all members of a group is called __________.
 
prejudice
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Ethnic and racial __________, are exaggerated, oversimplified images of the characteristics...
 
stereotypes
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The term __________ refers to practices that deny members of particular groups equal access...
 
discrimination
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The concept of __________ refers to discriminatory racial practices built into such prominent...
 
institutional racism
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The tendency to judge other cultures by the standards of one’s own is called __________.
 
ethnocentrism
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Institutional racism is illustrated by a. circumstances where individual practices...
 
c. circumstances where institutions unintentionally restrict the life-chances of certain groups...
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Normative theories concentrate on the way in which a. ethnic and racial attachments...
 
b. prejudices are transmitted through socialization and the social circumstances that compel...
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Split labour market theory-power conflict theory
 
  Split labour market theory  Racial and ethnic conflict rooted in differences...


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