anonymous
  • anonymous
how is race socially constructed it seem that this is quite a hard question i need help on writing my essay
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The broad term of "Race" is socially constructed or founded on many different things. Factors include culture, tradition, region, religion, linguistic inclinations etc. Try choosing groups based off of things that connect. Here's how I would outline it: I. Introduction a) describe what defines "race" b) provide examples II. First Body Paragraph: Topic:culture is a foundation of race a-c) provide examples III. etc etc etc
anonymous
  • anonymous
Tammii, This is quite a rich and complex topic. You will need to do some background reading if you intend to do justice to this topic. You might start with these sites -- http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/evolution/does-race-exist.html http://www.pbs.org/race/000_About/002_04-background-01.htm There's quite a lot of info there, enough to get you started.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks it really helped

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