A desire to not be slashed dissected or cut into

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Unformatted text preview: males, more religious individuals, and those unsympathetic to the environmental movement are still more likely to report denialist beliefs than are their respective counterparts. Finally , what is most sobering, especially for the scientific community and climate change communicators, is that climate change denial has actually increased in the U.S. general public between 2001 and 2010 (Newport, 2010), although primarily due to a significant increase in the past two years which may prove abnormal in the long run (Leiserowitz et al., forthcoming). Colonialism Whiteness/Colonialism->bodily disarticulation The black body desires to participate in the world, inclusion would encroach upon the territory of whiteness which seeks the ultimate destruction of Blackness Sexton, Director, African American Studies School of Humanities, 2003 (Jared, “The Consequence of Race Mixture: Raed Barriers and the Politics of Desire”, Social Identities, Volume 9, Number 2, 2003,Accessed 8-4-12, MR) He goes on to speak of his own desire to refuse the dissembling (or castrating) force of the white look, to avoid the mournful shroud of b...
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