tilove155 - Zach Dewitt EFN 205 Sec 016 February 17th, 2008...

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Zach Dewitt EFN 205 Sec 016 February 17 th , 2008 Journal 3 Jonathan Tilove’s essay was very informing and also quite humorous. I found this essay humorous in the phrasing of some statements. Such as on page 158, “Glenda Joe, a chain-smoking Asian-American…” I enjoy how this simple phrase can loosen up what is going on in the essay; take the focus off of the real issue for just a bit. The essay also gives me another way to look at racism. Though I already know that racism isn’t just between blacks and whites, I’ve never quite realized how serious of a situation racism amongst minority groups is in the larger cities. A few other things that jumped out at me in Tilove’s essay were some of the interview and surveys taken and what the results were. For example, on page 159, Joe Feagin states that in an interview of people in rural Taiwan most had negative feelings for African-Americans though none have ever interacted with one. He then connects American media with these stereotypes and I find it funny how it seems we’re trying gain
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course EFN 205 taught by Professor Green during the Spring '08 term at Wisc La Crosse.

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