Two of the major institutional forces
that supportused to buttress the assumption that there wasof a genetic distinction existing between races, were was science and religion. It werewas these highly credible foundations that had legitimised and justified centuries of cruelty enacted within in the a racial dichotomy (Montagu, 1942:47 ,Montagu). But on the other handHowever, progressive - evidence has come to show that shown these people that the assumptions were, in fact, not logically and scientifically inaccurate.
Omni and Winant explain
that ‘Racial Formation’ to be is a process whereby that in which certain specific social, economic, and political forces have continuously always been in a state of being “formed, transformed, destroyed and reformed” racial categories (Omni & Winant, 1994: pg171). A good example of this have been the different meanings having been ascribed to given the term black in various countless societies. (Omni & and Winant, 1994:171). Moreover than this, Asian and Afro-Caribbean youth movements use “black” to give themselves as an expression of self-identity, which makers themthus taking ownership of a the word unlike the fact that they were lacking it in the pastthat was once used to ‘other’ them. (Omni & Winant, 1994:171 171).
Expand on this evidence. This is critical seeing as part of your essay’s thesis is that race is a social construct. This paragraph seems to explain the old notions of race as a biological concept, and thereby describes the social-historical development of the concept.
Elaborate on the psycho-social factors (e.g. ethnocentrism) that contributed to these assumptions. Also, name some examples of the religious texts/experts/figures and types of faux science that were used to manipulate and ‘justify’ these assumptions. Do this in 1 or 2 paragraphs with the sub-heading ‘Race as a biological concept’.
I think this will serve the next few paragraphs well in that it antithetically highlights their content (exploring race as a social concept). It would create a nice logical flow of your ideas.
Another heading would be useful for the next few paragraphs here: For example, ‘Race as a Social Concept’.
Also try and signal the direction of the paragraph with a topic sentence. For example: ‘The premise of race as a biological concept, can effectively be put to rest when looking at how it has developed socially and historically as a concept.’
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