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Moreover, as discussed in Section III, I have detailed administrative data with exact residential locations for all CMS students in each year, and I use annual averages of these student-level data by neighborhood to construct neighborhood racial characteristics.
14) Though historians of immigration now realize that there were several reasons for the consistent occupational streaming patterns illustrated above, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries these patterns were attributed to racial characteristics.
We are interested instead in analyzing the relationship between market characteristics, city racial characteristics, team racial characteristics, and capital put in place when a new sports facility is built.
Something of the complexity of skin-colour classification and the perception of racial characteristics is suggested by the theatrical masks of what are probably two negro women --flattened noses, unusually large lips-depicted on a south Italian vase of the 4th century (Fig.
If the term 'race' is used to refer only to these obvious facts, and if the individual racial characteristics are not assumed to remain constant over too long a time, then the use of this term remains within the limits of verifiable observation.
There was no such phenomenon as pure race; various peoples had developed at different rates not because of racial characteristics but because of different circumstances.
Importantly, however, the authors find that teachers with the stronger qualifications are both more responsive to the racial characteristics of the students and less responsive to salary differentials than are their counterparts with weaker qualifications.
Most would agree that whites can live throughout a typical day while easily ignoring their own racial characteristics.
They move around freely, are fiercely independent and not always distinguishable by racial characteristics.
This thesis does not merely assert that racial characteristics happen to be correlated with intellectual or moral characteristics (though such correlation is obviously a consequence of the causal thesis), but rather also holds that genetic factors cause these characteristics.
He describes two groups, the self-destructive Hallway Hangers and the aspiring Brothers, comparing their racial characteristics (the first is white, the second black) and how poverty of earlier generations has affected them in work, school, and dreams.
If many racist thinkers of the day excluded "negroes" from the category of "person" because their racial characteristics marked them as permanently distinct from whites, Hawthorne, according to Riss, excludes them from personhood because he saw their "embodiment" as dangerously unstable (160-62).