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HREQ 1920 January 19 Lecture.docx

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Department
Human Rights and Equity Studies
Course Code
HREQ 1920
Professor
Elizabeth Brule

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January 14th 2014HREQ 1920 Male and Female Relationships Film Mickey Mouse Monopoly examined through an ability or disability lensRacialization Refers to the ways in which we use discourse to produce a racial identity language practices and representations to produce this identity thats based on raceThis process differentiates and categorizes people based on their features The way we perceive ourselves and other people we racialize ourselves as we are racialized by others Because of this racialization our society is to an extent racist We are shaped by the powers of our social institutions that have historically used race as a category the history of racialization is embedded deeply in our society and in our everyday livesHow does the process of racialization work How do we understand race in our everyday society It happens through stereotypes how do these work in terms of how we internalize these idea
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