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CJ Exercise 3: Moral Alchemy

Source materials for the following questions will be found in Images of Color, Images of Crime, Roxbury Publishing, 1998, Chapter 2 and 3.

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Subject: cjexercise3 - moral alchemy
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Try to answer in 25 words or so. Make each answer integral, so that I can read it without reference to the exercise or the question itself.

  1. The labelling of Indians (Native Americans) by non-Indians took on an adaptive flexibility. Describe it. (p.15, 2d col.)

  2. How were native women stereotyped? (passim, p.31)