Reproducing Race

Author: Khiara Bridges
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520949447
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Reproducing Race, an ethnography of pregnancy and birth at a large New York City public hospital, explores the role of race in the medical setting.

Reproducing Race

Author: Rainier Spencer
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Pub
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In his provocative analysis, Rainier Spencer illuminates the assumptions that multiracial ideology in fact shares with concepts of both white supremacy and antiblackness.

Sport Sport And Power Relations

Author: Eric Dunning
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780415262958
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Reproducing. race,. class. and. gender. inequality. Douglas. E. Foley. Source:
Sociology of Sport Journal 7 (1990): 1 1 1-135. An ethnographic study of one
football season in a small South Texas town is presented to explore the extent
that community sport is, as various critical theorists have suggested, a potential
site for counterhegemonic cultural practices. Football is conceptualized as a
major community ritual that socializes future generations of youth. This broad,
holistic description ...

Consuming Race

Author: Ben Pitcher
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136238174
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At the same time, I have tried to provide some new ways for academics,
researchers and other interested readers to think about some of the complex
investments we all have in producing and reproducing race in the twenty-first
century. One of the things that this book is invested in working against is the
propensity of work on race to trade on the illusory guarantee of racial
embodiment or the rhetoric of experience. While it is customary and good
practice to acknowledge one's social and ...

Reproducing The French Race

Author: Elisa Camiscioli
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822391198
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or the medico-scientific community of early- twentieth-century France, the
circulation of human capital between metropole and colony and among
European nations demanded a nuanced explanation of the consequences of
métissage (race mixing), an explicitly racialized form of embodiment.1 By
exploring how physicians, scientists, and racial anthropologists characterized
métissage, the viability of métis offspring, and the foreigner's capacity for
assimilation, I expand upon my earlier ...

The Law And Society Reader Ii

Author: Erik Larson
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 1479878731
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4 Convictability and Discordant Locales Reproducing Race, Class, and Gender
Ideologies in Prosecutorial Decisionmaking LISA FROHMANN What categories
do prosecutors use to assess sexual assault cases? What are the ramifications of
using case convictability as a decisionmaking standard? How do race, class, and
gender become salient in prosecutors' decisions? In this article I attempt to
answer these questions by analyzing ethnographic data about prosecutors' work
in a ...

Race In Contemporary Brazil

Author: Rebecca L. Reichmann
Publisher: Penn State Press
ISBN: 9780271043364
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The literature provides almost no insight into the role of day-to-day work in
reproducing racial inequalities (for an exception, see P. C. Silva 1993). While
variables such as gender, age, or migratory experience have been used amply to
measure the forms of subordination in the workplace, the same has not occurred
with race. Labor-market studies need to problematize the social barriers to
mobility founded in racial discrimination and reproduced in the microenviron-
ment of companies ...

Race And Gender In The Classroom

Author: Laurie Cooper Stoll
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739176439
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Where it matters and how it matters for these groups, however, depends on
where one lives; how one was socialized; and one's access to economic, social,
political, and cultural capital. Regardless, the bottom line is that race and gender
are very important social topics in all of our lives and perhaps no institution is
more adept at reproducing racial and gender inequality than the US. educational
system. Consider the following facts: ' According to the Schott Report,3 only 47%
of Black ...

The Columbian Covenant Race And The Writing Of American History

Author: James Carson
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137438630
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Why do we still focus on the 0.1 that divides us instead of seeing our greater
potential unity? So let's leave it all for a while and try to find the uncolored
characteristics and affinities that clustered around these individuals whom race
has so obliterated. Let's step out of the trajectory the American narrative has
tracked since Columbus's diary, refuse to retain colonial Otherness as a scholarly
convention, and stop reproducing racial hierarchies to such an extent that we see
, today and in ...

Deleuze And Race

Author: Arun Saldanha
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748669612
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But the late MJ's reterritorialisation, on a multiplicity of levels, threatened the
specificity of Obama's postracial signifiance. Not every politician had this problem
. California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, for instance, immediately released
a statement, with his press secretary affirming that there was no debate about
whether to do so. Because the two faces are continually reproducing racial
signifiance and because Mitra–Varuna both captures difference and propagates
neutrality, ...