|Author:||Graham Charles Kinloch|
|Title:||The dynamics of race relations: A sociological analysis|
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|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill; No Edition Stated edition (1974)|
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From a sociological perspective, it is this social construction of race-not its natural existence-that is the primary object of inquiry in the study of racism. Bundled up with eighteenth century classifications of various racial groups were assertions of moral, intellectual, spiritual and other forms of superiority, which were used to justify the domination of Europeans over racialized others. Since the 1970s, social scientists have developed various techniques-from more subtle questions to new forms of discourse analysis-to alleviate respondents’ hesitancy to report socially undesirable attitudes and to draw out the deeper meanings behind ambiguous or contradictory responses.