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In Racism, Class and the Racialized Outsider Satnam Virdee's goal is to put race and racism at centre stage in the writing of the history of working- class struggle in England in the 19th and 20th centuries.
This sort of incident is exactly what Comack talks about, making the distinction between racism and racialized.
Comack suggests that a reduction in inequality would result in a decline in racialized policing.
These women, if racialized as Asian, were then ineligible for naturalization based upon the Naturalization Act of 1790.
Jiwani contends that racialized girls and women of colour more often than not are constructed in opposition to these liberal constructs which she identifies as categories; as a result, racialized girls and women are criminalized and Othered as foreign, different, non-deserving, and a problem.
This same racialized understanding of black bodies, which lead to incompetent medical care, was also responsible for black soldiers needing such care.
Racialized Migrant Women in Canada: Essays on Health, Violence, and Equity aims to document inequalities experienced by Canada's migrant women who are affected by racialization--the process of constructing "race" as a socially meaningful category through attaching special and differential significance to features of people's appearance, voice, language or place of origin.
Race is never mentioned in these cases, but the courts' readings and adjudication of imprisoned trans people's rights are racialized and socially mediated.
As a result of the concentration of poverty and income insecurity in racialized communities, racialized youth are more likely to grow up in environments with more risk factors and fewer protective factors.
Staiger illustrates the ways in which the school produces racialized masculinities by drawing on identity and ethnicity theories and by interviewing students about their performances and views on "pimps," "hustlers," and "players.
Occupying opposite ends of this spectrum is Paul D'Amato and Jonathan Calm, who both focus on public housing as a racialized environment.