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Racialization Defined
Racialization or ethnicization is a concept in sociology describing the
of ascribing identities to a relationship, social practice, or group of people with an emphasis on their race. The term may also be used to refer to the act of the assigning of racial connotations to the activities of people.
Some Common Types of Racialization
Racialization of Politcs
Racialization of Religion
Racialization of Media
Racialization of Labour
Racialization of Gender
Common Myth of Racialization
Only visible minorities
can be racialized
Amiga Taylor | BDC 401 Media and Culture | February 3rd 2013 |
Racialization of Caucausian Women and Men
Racialization in Media
-Shonda Rhimes
Faizan Alam
Racialization of Labour
Racialization of Gender In the Media Industries?
Is this an example
of racialization?
Angelin Francis
Angeline Francis and Tarisai Ngangura
How Does It Work?
"The power to see and remain unseen is the most effective form of power"- Fiske
An individual or group might 'racialize' another by particular actions that designate the target individual or group as "other" or "not normal...'
Richard Sherman
What can you
do about it?

Edward Said
In Between Stories
"12 Year's A Slave Film Screen" Capture
We can no longer passively consume or create media that is rooted in untrue media templates.
White Women in Urban Programming
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