Race and ethics
Rethinking individualism and collectivism: evaluation of theoretical assumptions and meta-analyses. In Canada, there were no formal anti-miscegenation laws, though strong informal norms ensured that racial intermixing was extremely limited in scope.
Outcomes of race-based disenfranchisement—such as poverty levels, crime rates, and discrepancies in employment and education opportunities—illustrate the long-term and clearly negative results of slavery and racism in Canadian society.
Importantly, genocide is not a just a historical concept, but one practised today.
Racism, then, is prejudice based on socially significant physical features. These interactions contribute to an abstract picture of the subordinate group that allows the dominant group to support its view of the subordinate group, thus maintaining the status quo.
Am J Epidemiol. The residential school system was part of a system of institutional racism because it was established on the basis of a distinction between the educational needs of aboriginal and non-aboriginal people.
In the Toronto area, where visible minorities make up 47 percent of the population, Additional examples of minority groups might include the LGBTQ community, religious practitioners whose faith is not widely practised where they live, and people with disabilities. Prejudice and Racism Prejudice refers to beliefs, thoughts, feelings, and attitudes that someone holds about a group. Institutional Racism Discrimination also manifests in different ways. Culturally they remain distinct from immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa or the descendants of the slaves brought to mainland North America. Both strands demand reflection upon the metaphysics of race discussed above, but in fact only the moral status strand consistently addresses this question, with the result being that many scholars debate the justice of policies like affirmative action without questioning the ontological status of the groups involved. A racist believes that certain people are superior, or inferior, to others in light of racial differences. J Clin Epidemiol. Institutional racism is also deeply problematic for visible minorities in Canada.
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