The Biology Of Race And The Concept Of Equality Pdf
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- Race and Ethnicity
- Concepts and definitions
- Human races are not like dog breeds: refuting a racist analogy
- Equality, diversity and inclusion
Development of an adequate understanding of mainstreaming requires clarity on the related concepts of gender and equality. Equality between women and men gender equality : refers to the equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities of women and men and girls and boys. Gender equality implies that the interests, needs and priorities of both women and men are taken into consideration, recognizing the diversity of different groups of women and men.
Race and Ethnicity
Equality is generally marginalized within the global human rights agenda, and among those who wield power in the formation and execution of this agenda. Furthermore, people of color on the front lines of racial oppression remain excluded from human rights decision-making and knowledge production. This essay seeks to put racial equality onto the center of human rights agenda. In order to so, remedying this state of affairs requires infusing the global human rights agenda with a commit to substantive racial equality. It requires both prioritizing a structural and intersectional approach to racial discrimination, and taking seriously the role of communities of color and their advocates not only in fighting racial inequality, but also in defining the very nature of human rights. How can it be that in its fourteen years of existence, Sur has published only two articles on racial equality? Rather this neglect is characteristic of the more general marginality of racial equality within the global human rights agenda, and among those who wield power in the formation and execution of this agenda.
A race is a grouping of humans based on shared physical or social qualities into categories generally viewed as distinct by society. By the 17th century the term began to refer to physical phenotypical traits. Modern science regards race as a social construct , an identity which is assigned based on rules made by society. Social conceptions and groupings of races have varied over time, often involving folk taxonomies that define essential types of individuals based on perceived traits. Even though there is a broad scientific agreement that essentialist and typological conceptions of race are untenable,       scientists around the world continue to conceptualize race in widely differing ways. Since the second half of the 20th century, the association of race with the discredited theories of scientific racism has contributed to race becoming increasingly seen as a largely pseudoscientific system of classification.
Concepts and definitions
Metrics details. In , evolutionary biologist J. The analogy comparing human races to dog breeds is not only widespread in history and pop culture, but also sounds like scientific justification for eschewing the social construction of race, or for holding racist beliefs about human nature. Speaking to everyone without expert levels of familiarity with this material, we investigate whether the dog breed analogy for human race stands up to biology. It does not. By the end of this paper, readers will understand how the assumption that human races are the same as dog breeds is a racist strategy for justifying social, political, and economic inequality. In the U.
In biological taxonomy , race is an informal rank in the taxonomic hierarchy , below the level of subspecies. It has been used as a higher rank than strain , with several strains making up one race. Races may be genetically distinct populations of individuals within the same species ,  or they may be defined in other ways, e. In botany, the Latin words stirps and proles were traditionally used, and proles was recommended in the first botanical Code of Nomenclature , published in Races are defined according to any identifiable characteristic, including gene frequencies. In botany, where physiological race mostly used in mycology  , biological race , and biological form have been used synonymously,    a physiological race is essentially the same classification as a forma specialis ,  except the latter is used as part of the infraspecific scientific name and follows Latin -based scientific naming conventions , inserted after the interpolation "f.
Human races are not like dog breeds: refuting a racist analogy
Equality, diversity and inclusion
This historical concept of race has faced substantial scientific and philosophical challenge, with some important thinkers denying both the logical coherence of the concept and the very existence of races. Others defend the concept of race, albeit with substantial changes to the foundations of racial identity, which they depict as either socially constructed or, if biologically grounded, neither discrete nor essentialist, as the historical concept would have it. Both in the past and today, determining the boundaries of discrete races has proven to be most vexing and has led to great variations in the number of human races believed to be in existence. Thus, some thinkers categorized humans into only four distinct races typically white or Caucasian, Black or African, yellow or Asian, and red or Native American , and downplayed any biological or phenotypical distinctions within racial groups such as those between Scandinavians and Spaniards within the white or Caucasian race. The ambiguities and confusion associated with determining the boundaries of racial categories have provoked a widespread scholarly consensus that discrete or essentialist races are socially constructed, not biologically real. However, significant scholarly debate persists regarding whether reproductive isolation, either during human evolution or through modern practices barring miscegenation, may have generated sufficient genetic isolation as to justify using the term race to signify the existence of non-discrete human groups that share not only physical phenotypes but also clusters of genetic material.
Sociology uses and critiques the concepts of race and ethnicity, connecting them to the idea of majority and minority groups and social structures of inequality, power, and stratification. The sociological perspective explores how race and ethnicity are socially constructed and how individuals identify with one or more. Research demonstrates how they are linked to social position and to political and policy debates about issues such as immigration, identity formation, and inter-group relations including racism. See more Research on Race and Ethnicity.
Firmin's view of “races” was social (and historical), not necessarily biological. As a matter of fact, he cited the radiant civilizations in Egypt and Ethiopia (in the past).
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