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Case Study 2 Case Study The present case study of Freida Mae Jones is not very unique in nature as there are a number living of examples like Freida showing the same picture with different victims of ingrained racism especially in a working environment. Paul Koehn’s views, as he tried to justify in sugar-coated tone, are all excuses that just depict how deeply rooted is the sense of racism in our minds. After deeply analyzing the case, now I simply believe that whether the business belongs to banking sector or be it another one, the real success is for those who struggle hard irrespective of their cast, color or creed. It simply makes no sense where we can attribute the success of business to any specific symbolic phenomenon based on certain racial, ethnical or religious background. One thing no one can deny is the fact that Freida has been a victim of racism from her childhood. The whole case study simply revolves around the racism, which has been all there in our cultures in many different forms. In fact, the term racism derives from credence placed on the concept of race, for inherent in the concept is an acceptance of the validity of racial distinctions. (Barber, Jeremy S., 2002) Racism, in fact, implies that superior or inferior behavior is determined by race. In scholarly works, the term scientific racism is employed to describe a racial interpretation of history, or the belief
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Case Study 3 that peoples of different races have different histories and cultures as a result of their race. (Allen Theodore W. 1993)
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course MANAGEMENT EM-14793 taught by Professor Lindaryaan during the Spring '08 term at Windsor.

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