-drop rule, or social race-thinking; however, ancestry-based and phenotype-based classiﬁ cation criteria were associated with racial attitudes. Th ese results suggest a complicated relationship between conceptions of race and racial attitudes. Keywords Race, racism, prejudice, racialconceptions One
; backward nation; and exotic temperament. These cultural stereotypes, which allegedly transcended racialconceptions, helped justify U.S. policy toward Latin America.keywordsculture; media; Pan Americ...
Bibliographic entry in Chapter 4: United States Relations with Europe, 1815-1914 | Spanish-American Diplomacy, 1895-1898 authorAnderson, StuartimprintMadison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1981annotationThis book argues that Anglo-Saxonism as an intellectual belief and racialconception was
: the political child; backward nation; and exotic temperament. These cultural stereotypes, which allegedly transcended racialconceptions, helped justify U.S. policy toward Latin America.keywordsculture;...
racialconceptions of American citizenship. Immigration restrictionists categorized Mexican immigrants as non-white peons who were unfit to pursue the American Dream.keywordsimmigration; Mexico; racism...
ethno-cultural identity overlaps with a racializedconception of themselves. Th e case exam- ple in the book is the Chinese of Malaysia. However, she concludes that whereas the Chinese have a racializedconception of themselves which in turn explains why they racialize others, in Malaysia racializing
. It is characterized by elitism and the distinctive superiority of a “representative of an ancestral spiritual tradition,” which, like Kalimán, has the right to politically regulate and circulate “a ‘spiritualist’ racialconception that subordinated the social and political order to one transcendent
Frazerian conception of magic one of the defining characteristics of Afro-creole religion in the Caribbean as a whole (2011: 13), while trying to distance themselves from the denigrating aspects of Frazer’s racializedconception of not-religion. As something other than religion, obeah and a Caribbean
were always understood as male, particularly because of the dynamics of shooting, while the primacy of social categories in Soviet justice made it difficult to address the legacies of antisemitism. Non-racializedconceptions of Soviet nationality policy ensured that crimes against Jews were punished
main- tains that the phrase "works of the law" is a Pauline expression which refers to certain narrowly nationalistic and racialconceptions of the covenant as specifically expressed in the religious and social identity markers of "circumcision, food laws, and sabbath. " 11 One result of this