Sociology questions for Uggen Manza and Thompson 2006 Citizenship Democracy and the Civic Reintegration of Criminal Offenders

Sociology questions for Uggen Manza and Thompson 2006 Citizenship Democracy and the Civic Reintegration of Criminal Offenders

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General Instructions: Your answers should be 2-6 sentences, depending on the question. Include page numbers in your responses so that you can refer back to the reading during the discussion. 

Questions for Uggen, Manza and Thompson (2006), “Citizenship, Democracy, and the Civic Reintegration of Criminal Offenders,” pp. 281-310:

[Note: You may skip the appendix at the end of the article]

1. How many ex-felons (i.e., non-incarcerated felons) are there in American society? How has this changed since the late 1960s? 

Questions for Uggen et al. (2006) and Alexander (2012), The New Jim Crow, pp. 140-178:

[Please also review Alexander (2012), pages 93-96].

2. What are the civic/legal consequences of having a criminal record – especially a felony conviction? 

3. What are the major economic consequences of having a criminal record? (The legal and economic consequences overlap some). 

4. Why/how does the treatment of ex-convicts disproportionately affect African Americans?

Questions for Alexander (2012), pages 140-220:

5. For ex-convicts (of any race), what are some of the informal consequences of having a criminal record? 

6. What are the main similarities between Jim Crow and mass incarceration? 

7. What are the main differences between Jim Crow and mass incarceration? In your answer, be sure to refer to, and explain, the idea that mass incarceration is an “officially colorblind” system (Alexander 2012, p. 183).

8. Review Alexander’s (2012) overall explanation for the growth of incarceration (i.e., increasing number of prisoners since the 1970s). How is her explanation similar to, or different from, the ideas presented in lecture?

9. create a question and answer by yourself ( the question should relate to the readings)

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