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The adopted subject is racialised through essentialist notions of national, cultural and ethnic belonging.
The conventional racist narrative that seeks to place the "coloured" person somewhere "in-between" the racialised categories of black and white (as the biological product of miscegenation) has been well documented and is not my primary concern in the present context.
To be sure, policy wise labourism had become an eclectic mix of socialist, radical liberal and collectivist union ideology bound into a racialised national narrative that emphasised special working-class interests.
While several studies demonstrate that Black men are less likely to experience body dissatisfaction than White counterparts (Falconer & Neville, 2000) or that Black men who experience greater body dissatisfaction are more likely to engage in unprotected anal intercourse (Wilton, 2009), other studies on other non White/Anglo racialised groups provide less conclusive results specifically with regards to Asian men (Ricciardelli, McCabe, Williams, & Thompson's, 2007).
4) Only very recently has any scholar turned to its racialised implications (Best 2008), aspects it shares with the tradition we consider here.
The resulting creation of a stigmatised category of 'illegitimate claimants' has in turn led to the systemic exclusion of whole groups of workers, based indirectly on racialised and gendered stereotypes, from access to the protection by minimum labour standards.
He inverts the stereotypical association between baboons and racialised subjects to reveal a shared primate taxonomy, a shared plight of entrapment: an ontological kinship between the narrator and the baboon.
The way the character is positioned, physically, socially and narratively, and most immediately by his name, dramatises specifically racialised representations of Latin-Americans in North American culture, belonging to the working, and more specifically service, class as well as to gang culture.
This immediacy is particularly present in At Her Feet, where the complexity of gendered, racialised identity cannot be turned away from in the intimate confines of the theatre.
The case studies illustrate the construction of urban space as racialised, gendered and sexualised, competing claims over urban space, different entitlements to public visibility, and the strategies used to navigate the city landscape, or collectively carve out subcultural spaces.
Al Jazeera broadcast a documentary in 2009 entitled Confrontation in Copenhagen, which dealt with the racialised debate on crime in Denmark as well as the new anti-immigrant laws, sparking a huge debate in the country.
These original sins aside, however, South Africa's first century witnessed some truly stunning achievements in the fields of medicine and health: world-class medical schools; a public health system that, despite its racialised design, saw many endemic infectious diseases eliminated or brought under control; and a first-class research capability that made striking contributions to global medical knowledge and produced many 'world firsts', from the lowly pregnancy 'frog test' devised in South Africa in 1928 (the standard pregnancy test right up to the 1950s) to the first heart transplant in 1967 and, most recently, the development of a microbicidal vaginal gel to protect against HIV infection.