the process whereby a minority group is absorbed into the mainstream culture
Theodor Adorno's term for people who are prejudiced and rank high on scales of conformity, intolerance, insecurity, respect for authority, and submissiveness to superiors
to separate acts from feelings or attitudes
an act of unfair treatment directed against an individual or a group
the group with the most power, greatest privileges, and highest social status
dual labour market
workers split along racial, ethnic, gender, age, or any other lines; this split is exploited by owners to weaken the bargaining power of workers
ethnic (and ethnicity)
having distinctive cultural characteristics
the systematic annihilation or attempted annihilation of a people based on their presumed race or ethnicity (p
the negative treatment of one person by another on the basis of that person's perceived characteristics
negative treatment of a minority group that is built into a society's institutions; also called systemic discrimination
the policy of economically exploiting minority groups
a group discriminated against on the basis of its members' physical or cultural characteristics
a philosophy or political policy that permits or encourages ethnic variation
involuntary movement of a minority group
the theory concerned with how to understand the cultural products (print and visual media, literature, the arts, and, of course, language) coming from societies that were once colonies of Europe.
an attitude of prejudging, usually in a negative way
inherited physical characteristics that distinguish one group from another
prejudice and discrimination on the basis of race
reserve labour force
he unemployed; unemployed workers are thought of as being "in reserve"-capitalists take them "out of reserve" (put them back to work) during times of high production and then lay them off (put them back in reserve) when they are no longer needed
an individual or group unfairly blamed for someone else's troubles
the policy of keeping racial or ethnic groups apart
seeing certain features of an object or situation, but remaining blind to others
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