SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Institutional Racism, Japanese Canadians, New Zealand National Rugby Union Team

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General perceptions: what is race, we associate term with culture, skin colour, origins, collective behaviour, physical markers (physical and behaviours, what is ethnicity, we associate with cultural background, values and morals, language (social) Ethnic groups differ in language, religion, customs, values, ancestors, etc. Symbolic interactionism: development of racial and ethnic labels and identity is a process of negotiation, e. g. Identity can change based on situations and how you interact with powerful groups: racial or ethnic identity vs. imposed identity, race can be imposed on you by those in social power, e. g. Racism: belief that visible characteristic of group indicates group inferiority and justifies discrimination, process, racialization. Types of racism: bigotry, open, conscious expression of racial views, e. g. belief that blacks are inferior. Imprisoned japanese canadians in camps because of suspicion that they were spies for japanese military and took their property and businesses: then gave them post-war option of going back to japan or continuing in canada without property.

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