4 edition of The nature of race found in the catalog.
The nature of race
Ann Juanita Morning
Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-303) and index.
|LC Classifications||GN269 .M675 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 310 p. :|
|Number of Pages||310|
|ISBN 10||0520270304, 0520270312|
|ISBN 10||9780520270305, 9780520270312|
|LC Control Number||2011000291|
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"The fundamental objective of this book is to convey how scientists' concepts of race are transmitted to the public through formal education and other institutions." The book meets this stated objective very well indeed, dealing only with race, thus the five-star rating.5/5(3).
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by: 6. From the Back Cover. "A stunning and original collection. As far as the essays here excavate the many valences of 'race' and 'nature' and the 'racisms' and 'naturalisms' that operate and mobilize them, they are cautiously hopeful, and write eloquently against the reproduction and government of life through these exclusive terms."--Lisa Lowe, Cited by: A collection of wide-ranging primary source material that tracks the shifting relationships between race and science through two centuries of American history.
The Nature of Difference documents how distinctions between people have been generated in and by the life sciences. Through insightful commentaries and a wide-ranging selection of primary documents by the editors, it charts the shifting boundaries of science and race 5/5(2).
(University of California Press) In this book, Morning examines how scientists, through teaching and textbooks, are helping to shape ideas about race. She explores the conception of race through a variety of disciplines, from biology to anthropology, ultimately showing the logic and assumptions that underlie current thought about human difference.
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The Nature of Race: How Scientists Think and Teach about Human Difference Ann Morning University of California Press, - Social Science - pages. I just finished reading Ann Morning's The Nature of Race. It's excellent. Morning shows, through analysis of high school textbooks, interviews with scientists (biologists and anthropologists), and interviews with undergraduates, that racial essentialism is still the dominant mode of understanding race.
Again, this is true among practicing biologists, and it's even true. “Well-written, well-researched, and well-argued, The Nature of Race does an excellent job of tracing out the power of knowing how race is defined.” — American Journal Of Sociology "Researchers working on race in the United States should certainly read this book.".
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In her thoroughly researched book, Saini, a London-based science journalist, provides clear explanations of racist concepts while diving into the history of race science, from archaeology and.
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Widening the debate about race beyond the pages of scholarly journals, The Nature of Race dissects competing definitions in straightforward language to reveal the logic and assumptions underpinning todayand#;s claims about human : Ann Morning.
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