Color-Blind Racism In America Summary

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One of the more interesting passages is located on page eleven of the book and it revolves around the subject of understanding how to properly dissect the concept of color-blind racism in America. The author begins the paragraph by explaining the framework and parameters that his analysis will cover and proceeds to describe why the usage of data compiled from interviews is a more effective way to capture the true extent of racial ideologies within a segment of a population. The rationale for choosing interviews over a consistently more traditional method of gathering public opinion was based on his desire to obtaining an accurate representation of how individuals justify or rationalize their racial viewpoints. In my opinion, his decision

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