sexism, gender roles, pay equity, glass ceiling, ethnonational conflicts, apartheid, ageism, homophobia.
Assignment 10 Concept Questions
Answer all of the following questions.
1. Define the following terms in one or two sentences each: sexism, gender roles, pay equity, glass ceiling, ethnonational conflicts, apartheid, ageism, homophobia.
2. Compare and contrast the subordinate position of women with that of other oppressed racial and ethnic groups.
3. Explain the societal role of native groups
4. For each of the following groups, describe one way that they are stereotyped: the aged, people with disabilities, gays/lesbians.
Answer one (1) of the following questions in several paragraphs:
One of the most controversial policies implemented by the federal government has been Title IX. What are the main provisions that opponents find so objectionable? Do
you agree or disagree with their objections? Support your answer.
Much of the course has focused on subordinate groups. Why are the aged, people with disabilities, and gays and lesbians included in this analysis? Discuss one
similarity that these groups have in common. Discuss one area of dissimilarity among these groups.
Read the following questions and then write a single essay of between 650 and 850 words that incorporates your response to them. Your essay should include an opening
statement, a body (with examples and course content references, footnoted properly as needed), and a conclusion.
Before you begin your essay, restate the questions you are answering.
Compare the governmental policies of any two of the following: Mexico, Canada, Brazil, and South Africa. What are the similarities and differences?
Compare one of the two nations that you selected with the policies of the United States toward its indigenous peoples. What are the similarities and differences?
In your opinion, of the three policies that you compared, which was the most progressive and which was the most oppressive? Why?
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