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According to Marxists, what 2 grous is society divided into?
Bourgeosie, proletariat
Bourgeoisie
Owners of means of production (dominant/elite)
Proletariat
Workers
What are the 4 models of Bonacich called?
Super exploitation model, split-labor market model, middleman minority, integrated model
What are 2 examples of the super exploitation model?
Black slavery, South Africa before liberation
3c examples of split labor market model
Strike breaking in early 20th century, Detroit race riot of 1943, workers competing for jobs with Mexican Americans
3 examples of middleman minority
British in India, Koreans in LA's black neighborhoods, Chinese competing with small businesses in railroad work
2 examples of integrated model
Mexico vs. US, "noble savage"
Dawes Act date
1887
Dawes Act
Permitted government to break up reservation land into individual allotments if the president believed the land could be advantageously employed
Gold rush date
1849
Chinese Exclusion Act date
1882
Anti-Chinese movement date
1870s
Chinese in Mississippi
1870s
Internment date
Feb 1942
When was Japanese and Chinese immigration cut down?
Early 1900s
Relocation Act date
1956
Indian Removal Act date
1830
Indian Removal Act
Jackson relocated Indian nations to territory W of Mississippi (Trail of Tears)
Major Crimes Act date
1885
Major Crimes Act
Extended US jurisdiction into Indian territory
Dawes Act date
1887
Dawes Act
Broke up collective ownership of Indian lands, made Indians identidy by blood quantum
Indian Citizenship Act date
1924
Indian Citizenship Act
Made all Indians citizens to curtail demand for Indian identity
Indian Claims Commission Act date
1946
Indian Claims Commission Act
Gave Indians small monetary awards for land
Relocation Act date
1956
Relocation Act
Force Indians off reservations by offering job training only in urban areas
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act date
1971
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
Made Alaska part of US to get oil and timber
Marielitos
Single, black, adult males with criminal background from Cuba
Year of Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
1848
Mexican repatriation movement years
1870-1930
Date of potato famine
1840s
Fair Housing Act year
1968
3 parts of hypersegregation
clustering, centralization, concentration
Park's race relations cycle
contacts, competition, accommodation, assimilation
Change of cultural patterns to those of core society
cultural assimilation
Penetration of cliques and associations of the core society at the primary-group level
structural assimilation
Marrying within the dominant group
marital assimilation
Develop sense of identity linked to core society
identification assimilation
Absence of prejudice and stereotyping
attitide-receptional assimilation
No intentional discrimination
behavior-receptional assimilation
Absence of value and power conflict
civic assimilation
internal colonialism
race and class stratification seperate but related- non-Europeans controlled, exploited by whites