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  1. May 2019
  2. Mar 2019
  3. Nov 2018
  4. Feb 2017
  5. Aug 2016
    1. We can now begin to see that the reason for why Du Bois was marginalized, and why his influence has been obscured, is not just his skin color. It is also that he was intellectual insurrectionary – intellectually heterodox – challenging the hegemony of scientific racism upon which white sociology had been mounted at the time.

      Du Bois probably didn't gain much recognition on the work he did for Sociology because of his involvement in the Civil Rights movement. Go had said that he had dangerous ideas, which, at the time, he did. He was very involved in different groups that protested against the discrimination that was happening at the time. This is what he was more known for. Higher officials probably didn't want give more attention to Du Bois than he already had gained, so they didn't credit him for his work in Sociology.

  6. Apr 2016
    1. JAMES AND FUNCTIONALISM

      Covered in C&W

    2. covered in C&W

    3. HUMANISM

      C&W uses Humanistic Perspective after Psychodynamic and Behavioral

    4. BIOPSYCHOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY

      covered in C&W after sociocultural

    5. MULTICULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY

      !! is this the same as Sociocultural Perspective - the term used in C&W?

    6. WUNDT AND STRUCTURALISM

      covered in C&W text

  7. Mar 2016
    1. The reality —as Obama learned in the aftermath of the attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, Calif. — is that impressive battlefield statistics and reasoned calls for restraint mean little in the climate of fear generated by terror strikes.

      This seems to be the crux of the matter: doing what is actually right and what feels good: Obama aspires to the former, Bush to the latter.

    1. When I was about 14 years old

      So the article talks about how people stereotype Mexicans.