• Diversity Notes
    HRDV 5710- Diversity Notes for Mid-Term Exam Change Model Unfreezing of traditional ways and managing diversity: more acknowledgment of different dimensions of diversity, new legislation, a movement to value differences, growing opportunities to serve new global and domestic markets, and an awareness...
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  • Imperialisom Notes
    mineral discoveries Economically: required material goods that tropical regions could supply, cotton, tea, coffee, rubber, oil, etc New markets White Man’s Burden New Imperialism No longer wanted to purchase goods because quantities produced was too much for local governments to provide Moved...
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  • Racial Domination Notes
    Many still live in poverty and urban poor are living in substandard conditions * 7 million people in prison * Wealth: dictated by parents and whites are generally richer than blacks * Humans have low levels of genetic variation * Biological Determinism: Social and economic differences...
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  • Analysis on Overt Covert Racism
    practices through Social Constructionism in Black America Johnny Yeh Racism is socially constructed in society and is used to differentiate privileges, wealth, and social class amongst individuals. Overt and covert racism have unique distinction in the sense that, one is explicit and the other is...
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  • Let Freedom Ring
    issues of racism. Dr. Martin Luther King was directly affected by racism because he was a black man and Robert Penn Warren indirectly because he was a white man. Both affected differently but equally were desegregationists that were against hatred. In Dr. King’s speech, he states that even though the Emancipation...
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  • Malika
    Christian Christian Christian Christian Christian Christian Christian Christian Christian Christian Christian RACE White White White White White White White White White White White White White * Property requirements GENDER Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male Male PROPERTY...
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  • Government Notes
    Government 6 APR 11 – Notes TEST MONDAY CHAPTERS 9 – 12 ( Not Ch. 10 ) Why is it so difficult to unseat an incumbent? One Party Stakes and Districts. ( 20% ) Gerrymandered Districts. Pork- barrel Projects. Constituent Services. Franking Privileges. (Money used to send...
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  • Affirmative Action Summary 25
    He does point out a lot of problems in the society when it comes to race; from the imprisonment of minorities in the society to the investment of white men in our society, Polyne shows the need for affirmative action in our country. The purpose of this article is to show that affirmative action is still...
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  • What Is Poverty
    Things Fall Apart chapters 7 - 8 Read the questions below and answer them in point form notes providing a quotation to support each question. 1. How would you describe the death of Ikemefuna – what mood is created? How does the mood affect the reader? The mood created in this situation was very...
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  • zhazha
    for people not defined as white? What is the long term impact of that denial? What difference does unequal access to resources (financial, social, and political) make in terms of your life opportunities? Be sure to use examples in your answer. 2) What is white privilege? Explain, providing examples...
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  • Essay
    The “Bull Moose” Campaign of 1912 Democrats in 1912 felt they could take the White House (since being out for 16 years) because the Republicans had split their party. Democrats looked to Dr. Woodrow Wilson, the governor of New Jersey. Wilson had been a mild conservative but had turned become an strong...
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  • Not now
    Notes on 'Africa since 1940 – the past of the present' by Frederick Cooper Cambridge University Press; 2002 Chapter 1: Introduction: from colonies to third world "Africa's present did not emerge from an abrupt proclamation of independence, but from a long, convoluted and still ongoing process"...
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  • The Charmed Circle
    Gayle Rubin’s article “Thinking Sex: Notes for a Radical Theory of the Politics of Sexuality” describes the idea of the “charmed circle”. Referring to sexuality Rubin begins to illustrate her idea of the “charmed circle” by challenging sexual essentialism (the idea that sex is a natural force) by saying...
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  • Civil Rights Act 1964
    arise. The first stage is often a struggle for citizenship and against laws that create and delimit access to citizenship and related rights and privileges. The 1790 Naturalization Law that established whiteness as a requirement for citizenship is a good example. Throughout U.S. history, women and minorities...
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  • Whiteness
    indication of race differences in the portraits on the walls of tombs from as early as 1350 BC 4 colors Red for Egyptians, yellow for enemies to the east, white for people from the north, and black for negroes. However, color prejudice depended on which ethnic group were in power. When the pale skinned people...
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  • W.E.B. Du Bois vs. Booker T. Washington
    put brains and skill into the common occupations of life…". His suggestion is one that the Negro race was familiar with. The southern and northern whites accepted his plan because it acknowledged the inferiority of the black race. The Negro "Okayed" it because it was a way of life better than being haunted...
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  • Study Note
    an answer). Exp: warrior's stomp dance long-house: a meetinghouse with stoves at each end of the hall and benches along the sides. Tonic: the basis note or key of a melody or a piece, enemy way: check nightway ceremony: check native american church: a religious movement that began in Mexico and spread...
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  • Studyguide
    Organizations (RHIOs) NHIN are part of the current focus to begin initiatives with network of connected private and public RHIOs. 9. Physician progress notes is an example of unstructured data in a patient record 10. Free text data is a major challenge in developing a computer based patient record 11.Bit...
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  • Henry Iv
    Americans. 1. Blacks never shook hands b/c it implied equality 2. Black men always had to remove their hates for whites. Discrimination in the North for African Americans – 8 Blacks were force into segregated neighborhoods, hired as a last resort and forced first...
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  • Huck Finn and Social Justice
       One of the most important issues presented in this book is slavery. The superiority of whites was one of the causes of slavery. At the time when Mark twain was grown up, White men were born with privilege and superiority whereas blacks were doomed to be slaves. In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn...
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