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Hari kondabulu clip theories theory one white

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Hari Kondabulu Clip: Theories Theory one - White-nonwhite divide o Whites on one side o Everyone else on the other o Prevalent in the early 20 th century with court cases establishing who was nonwhite. o Civil rights movment minority identities o People of color terminology in 1980’s : this umbrella terms combines all nonwhite groups on the basis of their racialized minority status. ( lee and bean) Theory number 2 - Black-nonblack binary o Blacks on one side o Social class doesn’t really matter ( if your in the black category your on the other side!) o Everyone else on the other o More interrical marriage with whites o Chinese and Japanese ( women) highest rates o Mixed raced lat/Asian self classify as multiracial or white o Most Asians perceived as model minorities or honorary whites In terms of thinking of the model model moniority – in terms of high levels of education, wealth, rates of college graduation and income, Asian americans tend to be at the same level or even higher than white americans. This is a group that is not always perceived as American. Perception is that because they are perceived as being good at math and in huge fields, it is used as a pedestal in the united states. Using one group of people of color to pin it against the other saying why aren’t they able to do the same.
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Perception 2 , there are negative stereo types associated with that. Asian American being quiet and dorcile. And not making noise. Experience discrimination keeping your mouth shut. It doesn’t acknowledge the fact that they continue to see it as the same even though they are in higher levels of social economic status or education. All Asian americans Phenotype Remains important, SES not as important Tri racial Divide Latin americanzation of united states race relations (Whites at the type Honaray whites in the middle Collective black at the bottom. White at the top o Whites assimualted white latinos some multi racial assimilated lintons ( Asians/ Latino) ( argued that latinos could some , be in the white category.) o Honary Whites In the middle Light skinned latinos Japanese Chinese korean / east indian,m idle eastern most multiracials Collective black – At the bottom o Black, Flippinos, Vietnamese,hmong o Laotian, dark skinned latinos, reservation of native americans. NEW RACE RELATIONS THEORIES These theories do not ACCOUNT FOR THE FOLLOW: o Black white binary “ experience of latinos , Asians and etc o White non white divide : Ethnic and ses differences o Black white – non binaray ethnic and sese diffences among blacks , growing signicance of duomcentations status for latinos, role of blovbal events. ( e.g terroyism and othering of middle easternsers. ) 2016 presidental election Othering – perceptions of terrorists, and foriegners.
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4/20/17 63% of americans think race relations are getting worse National opinion researcher center - 50+ non black respondensts rated blackas less intelligent than whites 30 % of blacks respondents did as well.
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