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Lecture 6. Structural racism and Katrina - mainstream and critical perspectives – outline Learning objectives 1. Learn two key definitions of power 2. Define hegemonic and counter-hegemonic narratives and forms of representation 3. Interpret media representation of race and identity in the context of Katrina 4. Understand issues associated with the nexus of power, race and representation in the context of Katrina 5. Understand ideological racism, structural racism, intersectionality and marginality Power, race and consent Max Weber on power: “that opportunity existing within a social relationship which permits one to carry out one's own will even against resistance and regardless of the basis on which this opportunity rests.”
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