The Nature Of Race

Author: Ann Morning
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520950143
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Widening the debate about race beyond the pages of scholarly journals, The Nature of Race dissects competing definitions in straightforward language to reveal the logic and assumptions underpinning today’s claims about human difference.

Apes Or Angels

Author: Cornelius J. Troost
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1425955215
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APES or ANGELS?: A SummaryFor many readers this book will be a mind-altering experience. It has a thesis that is a challenge to the conventional thinking of most Christians and their counterparts, the secular humanists.

Canoe Nation

Author: Bruce Erickson
Publisher: UBC Press
ISBN: 0774822511
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Ultimately, the stories we tell about the canoe need to be understood as moments in the ever-contested field of cultural politics.

Racial And Ethnic Competition

Author: Michael Banton
Publisher: CUP Archive
ISBN: 9780521274753
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Those who today wish to see populations of different colour kept apart are less
likely to base their arguments upon supposed biological differences and are
more likely to emphasize differences in culture and way of life. The media of
mass communication, especially film and television, have taught their audiences
that the physical nature of man is everywhere similar but that human cultures
display a fascinating diversity. There is an emerging understanding that ' race
relations' are not ...

The Hidden Assumption

Author: Susan Smith
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This project reveals the false conceptual space within which the contemporary debate about the nature of race is taking place.


Author: Karen J. Warren
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253116291
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Fifteen The Nature of Race Discourses of Racial Difference in Ecofeminism Noel
Sturgeon Ecofeminism is a contemporary political movement operating on the
theory that the ideologies which authorize injustices based on gender, race, and
class are related to the ideologies which sanction the exploitation and
degradation of the environment.1 Ynestra King, one of the founders of
ecofeminism, has called it the "third wave of the women's movement," indicating
her sense that this most ...

Human Nature And Collective Behavior

Author: Herbert Blumer
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9781412825672
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sarily different from that developed hy the whites in Brazil, where the line of
experience was significantly different.13 In this early article Blumer sees race
prejudice as being related to a social fact so familiar to sociologists that they often
seem to forget its significance — ethnocentrism. Feelings of antipathy towards
other groups because of their strange and uncouth ways and a feeling of the
inherent superiority of one's own group appear to be generic features of race
prejudice. "There ...

Ecofeminist Natures

Author: Noël Sturgeon
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415912501
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While WomanEarth Feminist Peace Institute was focused on U.S. racism in binary
terms that tend to emphasize white and African American relations, there is
another set of ecofeminist discourses about racial difference operative in the
same time period (the latter half of the 1980s) that center on the idealization of "
indigenous" women as symbolic representatives of ecofemi- nism. By putting
indigenous in ...