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" Miles (1989, 75) uses the concept of racialization to refer "to those instances where social relations between people have been structured by the signification of human biological characteristics in such a way as to define and construct differentiated... "
Understanding Race And Crime - Página xi
por Webster, Colin - 2007 - 239 páginas
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Women and Political Representation in Canada

Caroline Andrew, Manon Tremblay - 1998 - 372 páginas
...discriminate against subordinate groups." 8. Miles (1989, 75) uses the concept of racialization to refer "to those instances where social relations between people have been structured by the signification of human biological characteristics in such a way as to define and construct differentiated...
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Realism and Racism: Concepts of Race in Sociological Research

Bob Carter - 2000 - 185 páginas
...things? This raises a further difficulty, namely the sense to be given to the claim that racialization refers to 'those instances where social relations between people have been structured by the signification of human biological characteristics in such a way as to define and construct differentiated...
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Etnicidade e nacionalismo

Xosé Manuel González Reboredo, Consello da Cultura Galega. Sección de Antropoloxía Cultural - 2001 - 582 páginas
...characteristics.' (Miles 1989: 74) (...) ' I therefore employ the concept of racialisation to refer to those instances where social relations between people have been structured by the signification of human biological characteristics in such a way as to define and construct differentiated...
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Policing and the Condition of England: Memory, Politics and Culture

Ian Loader, Aogán Mulcahy - 2003 - 381 páginas
...know, these pillars of society.' Chapter 5 1 The concept of 'racialization' refers, according to Miles, 'to those instances where social relations between people have been structured by the signification of human biological characteristics in such a way as to define and construct differentiated...
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Racism, Eh?: A Critical Inter-disciplinary Anthology of Race and Racism in ...

Charmaine Nelson, Camille Antoinette Nelson - 2004 - 465 páginas
...outcomes are the result of specific processes of racialization.46 According to R. Miles, racialization refers to "those instances where social relations between people have been structured by the signification of human biological characteristics in such a way as to define and construct differentiated...
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Youth Crime and Justice

Barry Goldson, John Muncie - 2006 - 239 páginas
...virtue of some imputed or ascribed characteristic of criminality. 'Racialisation' is taken to refer to those instances where social relations between...persons - which is said to reproduce itself biologically and/or culturally (see Miles and Brown, 2003). This process defines and constructs different groups,...
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Iconography of the New Empire: Race and Gender Images and the American ...

Servando D. Halili - 2003 - 219 páginas
...differently" (64). Robert Miles has a more specific and extended definition. For Miles, racialization refers "to those instances where social relations between people have been structured by the signification of human biological characteristics in such a way as to define and construct differentiated...
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