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Technique 33: Stigma, Race, Social Movements
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Elterman, Howard. 2010. “Technique 33: Stigma, Race, Social Movements”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Teaching Objectives/Student Learning Outcomes:
To illustrate how blacks in American society are stigmatized because of their skin color; to
reveal how blacks experience the stigma of race in American society, showing its moral and
social ugliness, and the insidious effects it has on blacks and whites alike; to document how a collective social...

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Subject Area(s):
Teaching and Learning in Sociology
Resource Type(s):
Class Activity
Class Level(s):
College 300

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