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Racism without Racists The First Edition Of This Best Selling Book Showed That Alongside The Subtle Forms Of Discrimination Typical Of The Post Civil Rights Era, New Powerful Ideology Of Color Blind Racism Has Emerged Bonilla Silva Documented How Beneath The Rhetorical Maze Of Contemporary Racial Discourse Lies A Full Blown Arsenal Of Arguments, Phrases, And Stories That Whites Use To Account For And Ultimately Justify Racial Inequities.In The New Edition Bonilla Silva Has Added A Chapter Dealing With The Future Of Racial Stratification In America That Goes Beyond The White Black Dichotomy He Argues That The U.S Is Developing A Complex And Apparently Plural Racial Order That Will Mimic Latin American Patterns Of Racial Stratification Another New Chapter Addresses A Variety Of Questions From Readers Of The First Edition And He Has Updated The Book Throughout With New Information, Data, And References Where Appropriate The Book Ends With A New Postscript, What Is To Be Done For Real As In The Highly Acclaimed First Edition, Bonilla Silva Continues To Challenge Color Blind Thinking.


10 thoughts on “Racism without Racists

  1. says:

    A very interesting book, and one that almost feels as though it s telling you things you already knowand of course it is It s documenting how many whites understand their reality and justify it, so if you ve spent any time awake and alive in the world, much of this will sound very familiar But I think it s good to bring a critical academic eye to it, though at times I felt it was stating the obvious an unfair criticism as I m sure to many folks, all of this is far from obvious He himsel A very interesting book, and one that almost feels as though it s telling you things you already knowand of course it is It s documenting how many whites understand their reality and justify it, so if you ve spent any time awake and alive in the world, much of this will sound very familiar But I think it s good to bring a critical academic eye to it, though at times I felt it was stating the obvious an unfair criticism as I m sure to many folks, all of this is far from obvious He himself gives a rather brilliant paragraph summary ...


  2. says:

    some of my best friends are bookslol


  3. says:

    One reason why, in general terms, whites and people of color cannot agree on racial matters is because they conceive terms such as racism very differently, writes Eduardo Bonilla Silva writes in the excellent first chapter of his excellent book Racism without Racists He continues, Whereas for most whites racism is prejudice, for most people of color racism is systemic or institutionalized This is really the crux of his argument in the post Jim Crow racial order, prejudice is frowned upo One reason why, in general terms, whites and people of color cannot agree on racial matters is because they conceive terms such as racism very differently, writes Eduardo Bonilla Silva writes in the excellent first chapter of his excellent book Racism without Racists He continues, Whereas for most whites racism is prejudice, for most p...


  4. says:

    People are going to tell you that EBS s argument is tautological That s not totally without merit but you have to understand that the interviews are with individuals but the argument is about culture Culture arguments stay being tautological LOL Hard to get around that It s an important theoretical response to the social psych super micro analysis of racism that makes it seem as though everyone is a racist so no one is really a racist Most importantly, EBS is a hoot to read Third edition, People are going to tell you that EBS s argument is tautological That s not totally without merit but you have to understand that the interviews are with individuals but the argument is about cultur...


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    I am p unfamiliar with sociological methods and such so I don t know if I can rate this on the Robustness of his Research but I do think this is a pretty comprehensive survey analysis of Word Tricks White People Use I don t see color I also appreciate that he got Straight To The Point about eg it was almost like the New Jim Crow butroaringly upset NJC was like sad can you believe this and Bonilla Silva is like SAD CAN YOU BELIEVE THIS I also think an analogous and slightly differen I am p unfamiliar with sociological methods and such so I don t know if I can rate this on the Robustness of h...


  6. says:

    I wish I could make this mandatory reading for everyone.


  7. says:

    This is a fairly academic book, which means it goes heavy on the theoretical language at times and would alienate a general audience Nor would it be a good pick to send to white people who tend to see things through the lens of the colorblind racism that s the focus of the book I d recommend it to people involved in activist work because the bulk of the book is about analyzing a series two series, actually of interviews with a bunch of people about racial issues Patterns emerged which Bon This is a fairly academic book, which means it goes heavy on the theoretical language at times and would alienate a general audience Nor would it be a good pick to send to white people who tend to see things through the lens of the colorblind racism that s the focus of t...


  8. says:

    I have a few qualms with this book The biggest is that, although Bonilla Silva claims that pathologizing the internalization of racist beliefs in moral terms is problematic, in areas of the book in which he ...


  9. says:

    DNFsad to say i thought this book relied entirely too much on other people s work writing not that there is anything wrong with extensive footnotes bibliographical notes, i found the constant referencing of other work to be incredibly distracting and dissonant in a much longer tome this level of quoting, etc would be fine, but this book rolls in at under 400 pages, and that just didn t work for me maybe i expectedoriginality, or maybe i need the same facts told in ways that ar DNFsad to say i thought this book relied entirely too much on other people s work writing not that there is anything wrong with extensive footnotes bibliographical notes, i found the constant referencing of other work to be incredibly distracting and dissonant in a much longer tome this level of quoting, etc would be fine, but this book rolls in at under 400 pages, and that just didn t work for me maybe i expectedoriginality, or maybe i need the same facts told in ways that are novel and interesting, not just repeated from other sources there isn t much that s news in this type of book, i guess, so lacking a different approach to bringing the information to the reader, this book just comes across as dull i would recommend looking for books that are written in the Critical Race Theory area, since facts and figures about Jim Crow and The Great Migration , etc have been done better elsewhere, as have analysis of the Obama Presidency, Black Lives Matter, and Donald T...


  10. says:

    Going into this I expected a fairly breezy mass market book, probably just from the presentation being one of the few books at my school library not shelved as an intimidating blank hardcover helps But I was pleasantly surprised to see that this is actually an academic sociology book that s very meticulous about its research and evidence It s definitely readable for anyone without a lot of that background, but you should know what you re getting into first Bonilla Silva gives a detailed des Going ...


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