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  • Chapter 9
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    • Imagine that you have been assigned to the governor’s commission on race relations. Your task is to identify race-based or minority-based issue in your school or community. Describe the issue and why you think it should be addressed by the governor.
    • People of different races stick together attack people of other races. Some people think that the better than others and bully other people.
    • People are quick to judge and have stereotypes.
    • Racism, it’s not acceptable and needs to end.
    • Certain kids in school, such as white students, get treated better than the black and hispanic students, there are more white kids in higher level classes, teachers and counselors help white kids pursue their education much more than black or hispanic students.
    • There are a lot of misconceptions and misunderstandings between races and social groups. This causes a great deal of undue stress and tension, as well as a lack of communication and must be immediately addressed.
    • Athletes are treated better.
    • Same-sex relationships should be addressed.
    • Race is defined as:
      • people sharing certain inherited physical characteristics that are considered important within a society
    • Your Warm-Up question is:
      • Based on your own knowledge and feelings, and information gathered in last night’s homework, does race exist? Explain your reasoning.
    • A minority group is a group of people with physical or cultural traits different from those of the dominant group in the society
  • In your groups, create a list o f minority groups.
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    • Negative attitudes toward ethnic minorities exist in part because of ethnocentrism (judging others in terms of one’s own cultural standards) .
    • People in the majority, out of loyalty to and preferences for their own values, beliefs, and norms, may consider other views to be inferior.
    • Members of ethnic minorities do not measure up to the majority’s conception of appropriate ways of behaving.
    • Majority is attempting to maintain and exert power and classify minorities as inferior.
    • A minority group has distinctive physical or cultural characteristics
    • The minority is dominated by the majority.
    • Minority traits are often believed by the dominant traits to be inferior.
    • Members of the minority have a common sense of identity, with strong group loyalty.
    • The majority determines who belongs to the minority through ascribe status.
    • Assimilation : the blending or fusing of minority groups into the dominant society
    • Accommodation : an extreme form of cultural pluralism that occurs when a minority maintains its own culturally unique way of life by:
      • learning how to deal with, or accommodate, the dominant culture when necessary
      • Remains independent in language and culture
    • Cultural pluralism : desire of a group to maintain some sense of identity separate from the dominant group
    • Genocide : the systematic effort to destroy an entire population
    • Subjugation : process by which a minority group is denied equal access to the benefits of a society
    • de jure segregation : denial of equal access based on the law
    • de facto segregation: denial of equal access based on everyday practice
    • Prejudice: widely held negative attitudes toward a group (minority or majority) and its individual members
    • discrimination : treating people differently based on ethnicity, race, religion or culture
    • Stereotype : a distorted, exaggerated, or oversimplified image applied to a category of people
    • Hate crime : a criminal act motivated by prejudice
    • Self-fulfilling prophecy : an expectation that leads to behavior that causes the expectation to become reality