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Discrimination. What Are Things People Discriminate Against?. Race Ethnicity Religion Physical Appearance Lifestyle Homosexuality Transgender Personal Choices Abortion Pre-Marital Sex. Minority Groups. Treated unequally by dominant group

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what are things people discriminate against
What Are Things People Discriminate Against?
  • Race
  • Ethnicity
  • Religion
  • Physical Appearance
  • Lifestyle
    • Homosexuality
    • Transgender
  • Personal Choices
    • Abortion
    • Pre-Marital Sex
minority groups
Minority Groups
  • Treated unequally by dominant group
  • Physical or cultural traits held in low esteem by dominant group
  • Feel strong group solidarity
  • Membership by birth
  • Marry within the group

What are some minority groups??

objectives of minority groups
Objectives of Minority Groups
  • Pluralism – live peacefully with dominant group
  • Assimilation – sharing culture with dominant group
  • Secession – cultural and political independence
  • Militancy – want to overtake dominant group
objectives of dominant group
Objectives of Dominant Group
  • Pluralism – encourage differences
  • Assimilation – absorb the minority
  • Segregation – keep minority “in its place”
  • Internal Colonialism – follows segregation
  • Population Transfer – minority forced to leave
  • Genocide - extermination
melting pot or salad bowl
Melting Pot or Salad Bowl?
  • Melting Pot – try to “melt” new European cultures into one big American culture

Salad Bowl – mixing all the different cultures together to create an American culture

iq or standardized testing
IQ or Standardized Testing
  • Biased towards white, middle to upper class
  • Ex: Marathon: Runner
    • Regatta:Oarsman
  • Ex: Escalators
discrimination1
Discrimination
  • Hate speech
  • Stereotypes
  • Labeling
  • Hate groups
  • All passed on to next generations!
  • Reverse discrimination – works both ways!
corrections social policy
Corrections - Social Policy
  • Cultural Centers
  • Ethnic Appreciation Days
  • Social Studies classes
  • Foreign Language classes
  • Civil Rights Act of 1964
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHo0pHo8dao
affirmative action
Affirmative Action
  • Created to assist minority groups in getting into college
  • Bakke Case
    • Colleges can not use quotas but can use race to diversify population
  • Has affirmative action run its course, or is it still necessary?
  • Defining the N Word
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