Race and Politics
It is a given fact that most people tend to socially gravitate towards people they have common interests with. Last week we read about the formation of these social groups and began segregating these groups according to behavioral traits and perspectives. This week I have spent time researching six different forms of domination that often emerge when different racial and ethnic groups live together in a society and will discuss how social and economic factors tend to produce racial hatred and conflict through these six forms of domination.
The 20th century has sometimes been called the Killing Century; this is in part due to large-scale genocide, the mass murder of huge groups of people (Metcalf. 2008). Genocide... View More »