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00:11 Intro/Why I think persons should be skeptical when hearing about inequality and the conclusions drawn from the information.
01:41 First Point. How data on income inequality often misses key components to the argument at hand.
02:25 How data tells a different story depending on how much groups are broken into subgroups.
04:34 Second Point. Evidence against the theory of continued white supremacy in the US that is consistently ignored or diminished in its importance.
06:10 Evidence against oppression being the cause of income inequality and less income for minorities, in light of the advancement of other minorities.
07:24 Researching backwards rather than forward without prior conclusions.
07:55 Lack of global context or learning from other countries when discussing US group differences.
09:34 Third Point. Highlighting the assumption that numerical differences in outcomes means it is caused by discrimination, even when the data can be explained by other factors.
10:07 The need to change other people’s behaviour to achieve the desirable outcome of higher income for underperforming groups I think is nonsensical, and unnecessary.
11:00 The removal of self-responsibility when continuously portraying groups as victims
11:15 Fourth Point: We can experience life through data and reports, summarised with an agenda, rather than interacting with the world. Continued in Part 3. *cliffhanger*
As always, thank you for watching! Talk soon.
SUCCESS OF SUBGROUPS OR OTHER MINORITIES
“Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld, The Triple Package: How Three Unlikely Traits Explain the Rise and Fall of Cultural Groups in America (New York: The Penguin Press, 2014), p. 42. west indians
“Secret Weapon,” (https://www.amazon.com/Triple-Package…)
The Economist, June 20, 2015, “Special Report: Nigeria,” p. 8” nigerian immigrants (http://www.economist.com/sites/defaul…)
Excerpts From: Thomas Sowell. “Wealth, Poverty and Politics.”
http://www.nytimes.com/imagepages/201… (Graphing Religions and Income)
IQ AND INCOME
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/… (Intelligence and socioeconomic success: A meta-analytic review of longitudinal research, Strenze)
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/… (Do you have to be smart to be rich?)
https://thesocietypages.org/socimages… (Article Citing Above Study)
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/… (Differences in cognitive ability, per capita income, infant mortality, fertility and latitude across the states of India, Lynn, Yadav)
EARNING POTENTIAL DUE TO FIELD OF MAJOR CHOICE DIFFERING BY RACE
http://theop.princeton.edu/reports/wp… (Race and Gender Differences in College Major Choice, Dickson)
http://public.econ.duke.edu/~psarcidi… (Ability Sorting and the Returns to College Major, Arcidiacono)
Originally Published on June 7, 2017
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