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  1. dual labor market theory
  2. Coming out
  3. "Natural behavior"
  4. Class (Weber)
  5. Patriarchy
  1. a women and men make dft amounts because they work in different segments of the labor market:: primary market (jobs stable, good wages, advancement opportunities) vs secondary market (high turnover, low wages, nonexistent promotion ladders)
  2. b process of defining oneself as gay/lesbian
  3. c behavior accepted by cultural customs and sanctioned by social institutions
  4. d a society or group in which men have power over women
  5. e economic dimension of stratification, how much access to the material goods of society oa group or individual has

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. total pattern of gender relations that structure social institutions, including stereotypical expectations, interpersonal relationships,a nd the different placement of men and women that are found in institutions
  2. those who have become unnecessary as workers and are then discarded (underclass, homeless, permanently poor)
  3. subjective evaluation people give to jobs; more education needed, usually more occupational prestige
  4. analyses that seek to understnad the position of women in society fo rthe xplicit purpose of imporving their position in society
  5. interprets the origins of women's oppression in the capitalist system

5 True/False questions

  1. Discriminationprocess byw hich a minor8ity becomes socially, economically and culturally absorbed within the dominant society:: Functionalist theory


  2. Max Weber saw three dimensions to stratification (Mulitdimensional view of social stratification)Class (economic demension), Status (prestige), Party (or power, political dimension)


  3. Contact theoryGordon Allport:: interaction between whites and minorities may reduce prejudice; three conditions: individuals must be of equal status, contact must be long term, and norms favoring equality must be agreed upon by participants:: symbolic interaction theory


  4. Sexual politicsdefinition of oneself that is formed around one's sexual relationships; LEARNED through the context of our relationships; Not based on sexual processes


  5. Capitalist classown the means of production