Race does not distinguish humans from one another biologically. Why is it a persistent social issue? Why do misconceptions about race persist, and what can people do to dispel these misconceptions?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 2:14 am ad1c9bdddf
There are a bunch of theories. I believe fear is one reason. People fear differences and color of skin is a difference on both sides. People tend to avoid anything they fear and they cannot get to know the customs and norms of the other. As importantly, one cannot learn the things they have in common if they avoid them. They miss the beauty and charm along with the feelings and concerns of the ...
The solutions discusses the notion of race as a social issue, including popular misconceptions.
You have been asked to give a presentation on the relation between race and social inequality
You have been asked to give a presentation on the relation between race and social inequality in the United States on the following issues: What is race? What is ethnicity? Research and discuss the sociological perspectives on race and ethnicity.Does social inequality exist in all societies? Explain your position using critical thinking and supporting evidence.
Recognize the causes and effects of social inequality, including racism, sexism and systems of social stratification.
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