Racism

Racism
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  • RACE
  • In Shakespeare's time, the minority got floor "seats" and would have to stand.
  • SOCIAL EVOLUTION
  • DARWINISM
  • We believe we can take land for ourselves that isn't developed to our standards yet because only the most advanced survive.
  • Race/Racialization- A label society created to divide people from around the world who differ in things such as colour of skin, hair, and facial structure. Those who have darker skin naturally in societies are often discriminated against and face racism from the majority group-who have no defining characteristics. Minority groups have social disadvantage and little social power.
  • STEREOTYPES
  • You must like the Bagpipes and Haggis.
  • So... Is there any rap songs you can suggest I listen to?
  • Evolution- Society evolved from being primitive to modern. Historically, society was once ran by means of hunting and gathering techniques. Now, society is run by capitalism because industrialization was introduced. Herbert Spencer believes societies must adapt to changed such as industrialization in order to survive. This creates a racial hierarchy.
  • TO KILL A MOCKING BIRD EXAMPLE:1
  • GUILTY
  • Majority, White people.
  • Darwinism- Charles Darwin's theory that species evolve by "natural selection".The idea of evolution that only those who adapt genetically and physically are able to survive in society. He uses animals to demonstrate that same species in different areas have different adaptations. Competition for hierarchy means societies urge to become more complex than the next.
  • TO KILL A MOCKING BIRD EXAMPLE:2
  • Nothing is owned by the minority, the majority will still want whats ours even when we almost have nothing, not even our culture.
  • Stereotypes are judgments and assumption based on an entire group even though only a small portion of the group applies to the information. Racialization is a big part of stereotyping. An example of this is systematic discrimination, when employers begin to stereotype workers. Perhaps in a restaurant, the employer only hires white people in the front while minority people are hired in the back and make less money.
  • Blind Date
  • In chapter 19, Tom Robinson, an African American is in cross examination because he was accused of raping a white woman. on page 265, Mr.Robinson says how he is "scared [he'd] hafta face up to what [he] didn't do", because he is aware of the prejudice and stereotypes against him and knows no matter what he says, he will be discriminated against because he is a minority in society and in the 1930's there were no African Americans with power, even in modern day they have less power.
  • "We never had a chance, but it was worth a shot"-atticus
  • In chapter 10 on page 120, Calpurnia, an African American housekeeper takes the family children Jem and Scout to her church, where they are unwanted. The people of the church ask Calpurnia “I wants to know why you bringin‘ white chillun to nigger church". Even the African Americans in society label themselves with what the majority at the time were calling them. It shows they are powerless in sociey, they follow a set of beliefs and values that justify the majorities actions such as that.
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