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Unformatted text preview: such as the style of language, body movements, or voice that seem peculiar when we notice as we see them were not noticeable at all as their disguised appearance changed to represent different ethnicity. This discovery hints that large parts of differences we perceive as the racial Others character are far from their inherent nature; in fact, what we believe as our perception on the others is swayed by superficial changes in their outlook. Black. White attempts to disclose the very narrow-minded nature of our Othering process, which blocks our chances of communication with their inner self because of the perception mechanism that primes visuals as the central judgment....
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- Spring '08