wrongly asserting a direct and natural correlation between ____________ and ___________.
15) ____________ is a representation of particular identities (e.g. caste, class, race, ethnicity, and nation) as if they were a result of biology or nature rather than history and culture.
16) ________________ is a scholarly practice demonstrating how the categories we may take as natural are in fact culturally constructed and open to change.a.Naturalizing discourse.b.De-naturalization.c.Biocultural.d.Medical Pluralism.
17) Discussions of race that wrongly seek biological foundations for racial categoriesoften presume a straightforward link between race and biology. The technical terms for this are that they presume that, with race, there is a neat relationship between ______________ and ______________.
18) While not necessarily agreeing that the term describes their group identity, indigenous people in Australia often take up the category “aboriginality” as a conscious political strategy to fight their exclusion and claim their rights from the Australian state. This is an example of:
19) Which of the following is NOT true of social inequalities: