By Ronald E. Hall
Racism in the United States is most-commonly studied as white racism opposed to minority teams (racial, gender, cultural). frequently neglected during this quarter of research is the discrimination that exists inside minority teams. via an in depth historic and sociological research, the writer breaks down those pernicious, advanced, and infrequently misunderstood different types of pores and skin colour discrimination: their origins and their manifestations in glossy international.
Shedding new gentle on those delicate concerns, this quantity will let them come to the leading edge of educational learn and open discussion. This entire paintings will contain insurance of pores and skin colour discrimination inside of racial, ethnic, sexual, and gender minority teams, and their specific types and outcomes.
An ancient research of epidermis colour Discrimination is an well timed and distinctive publication for researchers learning the Sociology of Race and Racism, Gender reviews, LGBT stories, Immigration, or Social paintings.
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An Historical Analysis of Skin Color Discrimination in America: Victimism Among Victim Group Populations by Ronald E. Hall