The machinery of whiteness : studies in the structure of racialization (Book, 2010) []
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The machinery of whiteness : studies in the structure of racialization

The machinery of whiteness : studies in the structure of racialization

Author: Steve Martinot
Publisher: Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

An extensive critique of the structures of whiteness and how they produce racism in the United States


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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Martinot
ISBN: 9781439900512 1439900515 9781439900529 1439900523
OCLC Number: 705679011
Notes: Motherhood and the invention of race -- The racialized state -- A structural concept of race -- The political culture of whiteness -- The boundaries of the United States and immigration -- The dual-state character of the United States -- The structures of racialization.
Description: VIII, 223 Seiten
Contents: Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Motherhood and the Invention of Race 2. The Racialized State 3. A Structural Concept of Race 4. The Political Culture of Whiteness 5. The Boundaries of the United States and Immigration 6. The Dual-State Character of the United States 7. The Structures of Racialization Notes References Index
Responsibility: Steve Martinot.


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