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|How people make sense of themselves and how they see themselves at different scales.
|Constructing an identity by first defining an “other” and then defining self “not the other.”
|Socially constructed ideas of roles
|Social constructions of differences among humans based on skin color that have had profound consequences on rights and opportunities.
|Degree to which two or more groups live separately from one another
|Process by which new immigrants move to a city and take over areas or neighborhoods occupied by older immigrant groups.
|How identities affect places and how places affect identities. Sometimes ethnicity is reserved for a small
|Structures of Power
|Assumptions and relationships dictating who is in control and who has power over others.
|Sexual orientation or preference identified by a person.
|Interconnection and overlap between social categories (e.g. race
|Gross National Income (GNI)
|A measurement of a country’s wealth that includes the total value of all goods and services produced within the borders of a country
|Economic productivity in agriculture
|Portion of the economy that is not taxed or regulated by government. Goods and services are exchanged based on barter or cash systems
|Probability of destruction of life or property from a hazard or crisis.
|Number of males relative to number of females in a population.
|Price paid in cash and gifts through marriage. Generally given by the bride’s family to the groom’s father.
|Dramatic increase in Hispanic population in a neighborhood; referring to barrio