Quiz 4 Soc140
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Quiz 4 Soc140
SOC140 Quiz Chapters 11 13
Principles of Sociology Chapters 11-13 Concepts
Universal moral rights
possessed by all people
because they are human.
far reaching processes
nations pass from traditional forms of social organization
characteristics of post-industrial revolution societies.
maintenance of political, social, economic and cultural dominance
over a people by a
of former colonies
on foreign countries
that is headquartered in one country but does business throughout the world.
The area of
common culture along the border
between Mexico and the United States
immigrants return to their families
or sometimes called
whose members supposedly
economically, socially and educationally
despite past prejudice and discrimination.
whose members even if they represent a
significantly less control or power over their lives than
the members of a
dominant or majority group
have over theirs.
A group that is set apart from others.... because of
physical differneces that have taken on social significance
A group that is set apart from others... primiarily
because of it's national origin or distinctive cultural patterns.
The belief that
one race is supreme
and all others are innately inferior
denial of opportunities and equal rights
to individuals and groups
because of prejudice or other arbitrary reasons
The use of
race-neutral principles to perpetuate a racially unequal status quo.
deliberate, systematic killing
entrie people or nation
committed because of the
against an individual based
on race, gener, religion, ethnicity, national origin or sexual orientation.
work outside the home
followed by child care and houseowrk
- that many women face and few men share equitably.
blocks the promotion of a qualified individual
in a work environment
because of the individuals gender, race, or ethnicity.
categories of people
we are sexually attracted to.
Gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity and class
must not be studied in isolation
because they have intermingled effects on our identity, knowledge and outcomes.
Denotes our identities
as sexual beings.
social, economic and political
equality for women
The idea that
men learn and play
range of gender roles.
social and cultural significance
to the biological differences of sex
The biological differences between males and females
through which a
his or her
become part of a different culture
The process through which a
majority group and a minority group combine to form a new group
systematic removal of
a group of
people from society
imposition of a foreign viewpoint
on a people.
(THIS WAS NOT IN THE BOOK - I GOT IT OFF THE INTERNET)