5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is the different between Frazier and Moynihan?
- What is the Moynihan Report?
- What are antimiscegenation laws?
- What is the front stage/back stage idea?
- What does double rejection mean and who experiences it?
- a Criminalized interracial marriage and sex, outlawed in 1967 after Loving v Virginia supreme court case.
- b The front stage is where we try to impress an impression on others. The back door is where we relax and don't have to impress others
- c Claims that black female-headed households (single moms) are to blame for racial inequalities/"disease"; problems cause by "tightening tangle of pathology"
- d Being rejected by society for race and sex or gender identity. Black gay men, black women
- e Both blame black family issues on the black matriarchal family structure. Frazier traces it back to slave times, Moynihan keeps in more in present times.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 1. Interaction troubles, 2. racial identity formation, 3. intersectional identity
- Patriarchal structure; recipe for male domination. Men= business & politics; Women= child rearing & houseworld (double/second shift)
- A racial survival strategy; a nonwhite way of thinking about the self through two pairs of eyes--one belonging to White American, the other belonging to racial or ethnic group; central component to nonwhite identity development
- It often happens much later for whites than nonwhites and can provoke feelings of guilt and shame due to racial privilege. Formation for nonwhites comes earlier and their race can become definition of self (why is can be painful when recognized for other race); nonwhites more likely to consider suicide
- Reasons: blacks are disproportionately incarcerated and impoverished, spatial dissimilarity, and psychological strain of racial domination
5 True/False Questions
Read this: → "to truly the poor, we should disrespect the hell out of poverty"
Explain cultural capital/racial work. → It is the face-to-face domain of social life; the interactions between two or more people and the performances that occur (verbal and nonverbal communication)
What is racial authenticity? → Seeks to define a race by including or excluding behaviors from the repertoire that constitutes a group's aesthetics identity; can be tied to history through nationalism, ethnic fraud, cultural guidelines
What might motivate an interracial marriage? → 1. racial aversion, 2. racial fetish, 3. racial work
Why is it bad to focus on identity? (2 reasons) → 1. Focuses on differences, leads to further social divisions 2. turns gazes inward, lose sight of others' harships