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citizens, yet they may experience acculturation and racialization challenges similar to those migrating from outside the United States.
By engaging with these issues, they reveal the long-term, multi-generational, and spatial effects of racialization.
guest editors) (2013), Guest Editors' Foreword for the Special Issue on "Spatialization and Racialization of Social Exclusion.
Given the international audience of this journal, I attempted to discern how Catholic theological ethicists in other countries have responded to the summons to put racialization at the forefront of moral theology's agenda.
Moreover, given that the vast majority of the contributors are male-identified (twelve of sixteen), we might reasonably expect some discussion of how masculinity articulates ethnic and racial identities (and/or, how these identities are inflected by sexuality, gender identity, class, citizenship, and physical and cognitive ability; Mendieta's reflections on the effects of his documented immigration and citizenship status on his experiences of racialization serve as a guiding example).
Gonzalez brilliantly pairs readings of historical textbooks for schoolchildren with official Texas histories published alongside the many exhibits and dioramas created for the Centennial to highlight the persistent and scathing racialization of Mexicans as a viable and still-pulsing threat to the imagined community of Texas and America.
A three-page text, distributed at the exhibition's opening, breaks down the experiences of Bogdanska and Kaj's subjects into three themes: Racism by youth against youth; boundary building and identity fetishism; stereotyping, racialization, racism.
And then I will explore the tension between the national and the transnational in the Hmong American experience, explicating how gendered racialization and resistance take place both within and beyond the imagined nation-space.
At the global scale such racialization is found in the broad characterization of European/white vs.
The theme of religion and race reminds the reader of the racialization of the American religious landscape, shedding light on how race relations exerted a decisive influence on the stories of Korean-American Christians.
Mize and Swords argue that this tradition played a major role in organizing the national protests that swept US cities in 2006, including an estimated half million protest marchers in Chicago and two million in Los Angeles, opposing the criminalization, racialization, and marginalization of Mexican undocumented workers.
Although issues of race and racialization were not primary to my research questions when initially conceptualized, they became more salient to my study as the research progressed.