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October 5- 9

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October 5- 9 History 105 Fry- Roots of Contemporary Issues

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Date Created: 10/09/15
Oct 5th 9th Monday October 5 2015 1110 AM Roots of Monday Inequah es MAIN QUESTIONS What are the origins of modern racism How does race matter in todays world 0 Race is a social construct Race and National Origin are different things national origin is where you are from 0 Race is usually physical and ethnicity is typically cultural Typically race refers to some set of physical characteristics granted importance by a society 0 Race refers to an externally imposed system of social categorization and stratification No true biological races exist rather human groups must be placed on a continuum Ethnicity is the cultural practices and outlooks of a given community that have emerged historically and tend to set people apart It refers to the distinct cultural norms and values ofa social group 0 Characteristics Shared history Religion and culture kin or ancestry sense of shared destiny amp language 0 Racism is a form of prejudice andordiscrimination based on physical differences You become racist when power comes into play you39re a bigot if you talk about how your race is better Layers of racism Individual consciousness and behavior ideologies of supremacy institutional racism legalized system like being a part ofthe police force Built into a job or lifestyle Race is related to power and privilege by Conti Friday nued What is race and when did humans develop it as a way of organizing and Iquot describing differences How and why have ideas about race changed over time We can trace the origins of biological racism to The European Enlightenment Origins ofthe Science of Race Carolus Linnaeus Systema Naturae1735 He starts talking about how we have to classify people notjust animals That we are all different Comes up with fourgrou psraces Eu ropaeussanguine Asiaticus melancholic Americanuscholeric amp Aferphlegmatic Saying that these are subspecies That Europeans are higher and better than the other races Georges Cuvier Said there are only three the Caucasian Mongolian and the Ethiopian Monogenism vs Polygenism Monogenism is that all humans come from Adam and Eve Then they spread out and things happen so they change or sin Polygenism is that only the white race comes from Adam and Eve Everyone else comes from somewhere else Hybrid sterility two species can breed but their offspring cannot have offspring Polygenism as a theory explaining variations in human progress Decide that the size ofyour brain makes yoursmarter or less smart


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