racism

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ırkçılık

Heart of Darkness ırkçılık kadar emperyalizm hakkında önemli sorular yükseltir. - Heart of Darkness raises important questions about imperialism, as well as racism.

Irkçılık ciddi bir konu. - Racism is a serious issue.

racistırkçı
(isim) ırkçılık
anasoyculuk
kafatasçılık
racist
(Hukuk) ırkçı

Ben ırkçı değilim, ama ile başlayan her cümlenin gerçekten çok ırkçı olması muhtemeldir. - Every sentence that starts with I'm not racist, but is likely to be very racist indeed.

O, ırkçı gruplarla temas halinde olduğunu mahkemede itiraf etti. - He confessed in court that he was in touch with racist groups.

racism in antropology
antropolojide ırkçılık
racism in motion pictures
sinemada ırkçılık
racist
i., s. ırkçı
racist
(sıfat) ırkçı
racist
(isim) ırkçı
anti-racism
ırkçılık karşıtlığı

An independent trainer for anti-racism.

new racism
yeni ırkçılık
combat racism
ırkçılıkla mücadele etmek
fight against racism
ırkçılıkla mücadele etmek
racist
kafatasçı
racist
anasoycu
İngilizce - İngilizce
Prejudice or discrimination based upon race
The belief that each race has distinct and intrinsic attributes
The belief that one race is superior to all others
The practice of asserting or assuming racially or ethnically defined cultural dominance
The assumption and behaviour based on that assumption that one race is always superior to another
beliefs, attitudes, behaviors that privilege one race over another race
The belief that one race is supreme and all others are innately inferior (p 295)
Judging an individual solely on his or her racial affiliation
{i} discrimination or intolerance of people of other races
discriminatory or abusive behavior towards members of another race
A theory which holds that any one or several of the different races of the human family are inherently superior or inferior to any one or several of the others The teaching denies the essential unity of the human race, the equality and dignity of all persons because of their common possession of the same human nature, and the participation of all in the divine plan of redemption It is radically opposed to the virtue of justice and the precept of love of neighbor Differences of superiority and inferiority which do exist are the result of accidental factors operating in a wide variety of circumstances, and are in no way due to essential defects in any one or several of the branches of the one human race The theory of racism, together with practices related to it, is incompatible with Christian doctrine
Any communication, action or course of conduct, whether intentional or unintentional, that denies recognition, benefits, rights of access to any person or community on the basis of their membership or perceived membership in a racial, ethnic or cultural community
Ethnically or culturally discriminatory behavior exhibited by members of the racial, ethnic, or cultural group dominant within a society
The belief that capability or behavior can be racially defined
Racism is prejudice or discrimination based on the belief that race is the primary factor determining human traits and abilities Racism includes the belief that genetic or inherited differences produce the inherent superiority or inferiority of one race over another In the name of protecting their race from "contamination," some racists justify the domination and destruction of races they consider to be either superior or inferior Institutional racism is racial prejudice supported by institutional power and authority used to the advantage of one race over others
Aggression or discriminatory behavior towards members of a certain race or races
The perpetuation of racial, ethnic, or cultural dominance of some groups over others
The stereotypical characterization, usually negative, of members of ethnic groups by the members of other ethnic groups
the prejudice that members of one race are intrinsically superior to members of other races
The belief that members of one race are superior to members of other races
The belief that members of one ethnic group are superior to members of another ethnic group
discriminatory or abusive behavior towards members of another race the prejudice that members of one race are intrinsically superior to members of other races
Racism is the belief that people of some races are inferior to others, and the behaviour which is the result of this belief. There is a feeling among some black people that the level of racism is declining. Any action, practice, or belief that reflects the racial worldview the ideology that humans are divided into separate and exclusive biological entities called "races," that there is a causal link between inherited physical traits and traits of personality, intellect, morality, and other cultural behavioral features, and that some "races" are innately superior to others. Racism was at the heart of North American slavery and the overseas colonization and empire-building activities of some western Europeans, especially in the 18th century. The idea of race was invented to magnify the differences between people of European origin in the U.S. and those of African descent whose ancestors had been brought against their will to function as slaves in the American South. By viewing Africans and their descendants as lesser human beings, the proponents of slavery attempted to justify and maintain this system of exploitation while at the same time portraying the U.S. as a bastion and champion of human freedom, with human rights, democratic institutions, unlimited opportunities, and equality. The contradiction between slavery and the ideology of human equality, accompanying a philosophy of human freedom and dignity, seemed to demand the dehumanization of those enslaved. By the 19th century racism had matured and the idea spread around the world. Racism differs from ethnocentrism in that it is linked to physical and therefore immutable differences among people. Ethnic identity is acquired, and ethnic features are learned forms of behaviour. Race, on the other hand, is a form of identity that is perceived as innate and unalterable. In the last half of the 20th century several conflicts around the world were interpreted in racial terms even though their origins were in the ethnic hostilities that have long characterized many human societies (e.g., Arabs and Jews, English and Irish). Racism reflects an acceptance of the deepest forms and degrees of divisiveness and carries the implication that differences among groups are so great that they cannot be transcended. See also ethnic group; sociocultural evolution
Opportunity inequality resulting from preferential treatment towards others of a similar cultural background
attitudes and systems (eg economic, political, cultural) which support and seek to maintain the superiority of one racial group
This managed to express itself in both pre- and post-Darwinian understandings In the pre-Darwinian scheme of things, based on the idea of the Great Chain of Being the question was this: do the various races occupy different levels on the chain, some higher, some lower, or are they all basically human? In the post-Darwinian scheme of things, based on evolution, the question was: are some of the races more primitive than others, that is, isn't the "obvious superiority" of the white race an indication that it evolved upward out of more primitive races (Gould) To References
The act of using political, judicial, civil, and educational systems to oppress one based on their ethnicity
a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities, and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race
Aggression or discriminatory behavior based upon differences in ethnicity
anti-racism
opposition to racism
racist
Of, relating to, or advocating racism
racist
An advocate of racism
reverse racism
Racism against the racial majority (either a member or group of that majority or the majority in general), as a result of favourable treatment given to the minority
scientific racism
Propaganda with the veneer of science which was fabricated to support a racist paradigm
racist
disapproval If you describe people, things, or behaviour as racist, you mean that they are influenced by the belief that some people are inferior because they belong to a particular race. You have to acknowledge that we live in a racist society. A racist is someone who is racist. He has a hard core of support among white racists. someone who believes that people of their own race are better than others, and who treats people from other races unfairly and sometimes violently - used to show disapproval
racist
{i} one who is hateful or intolerant of people of other races
racist
{s} hateful or intolerant of people of other races
racist
a person with a prejudiced belief that one race is superior to others
racist
a person with a prejudiced belief that one race is superior to others discriminatory especially on the basis of race or religion based on racial intolerance; "racist remarks
racist
based on racial intolerance; "racist remarks"
racist
discriminatory especially on the basis of race or religion
racists
plural of racist
racism