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彼は7歳の時に初めて人種差別を受けた。 - Weblio Email例文集
その作家のファシズムへの傾斜は彼の人種差別意識と関係があった. - 研究社 新和英中辞典
- Belief that there are distinct human races with inherent differences which determine their abilities, and generally that some are superior and others inferior.
- The policies, practices, or systems (e.g. government または political) promoting this belief or promoting the dominance of one or more races over others.
- 1993 September 24, Wellman, David T., Portraits of White Racism, Second edition, Cambridge University Press, →ISBN, OL 14727671M, page 210:
- In part, the answer is that racism extends considerably beyond prejudiced beliefs. The essential feature of racism is not hostility or misperception, but rather the defense of a system from which advantage is derived on the basis of race. The manner in which the defense is articulated – either with hostility or subtlety – is not nearly as important as the fact that it insures the continuation of a privileged relationship. Thus it is necessary to broaden the definition of racism beyond prejudice to include sentiments that in their consequence, if not in their intent, support the racial status quo.
- 2013, Tyler T. Schmidt, Desegregating Desire (→ISBN):
- Prejudice or discrimination based upon race or ethnicity; (countable) an action of such discrimination.
- 2007, Joseph Godson Amamoo, Ghana: 50 years of independence:
- 2016, Bernard Guerin, How to Rethink Human Behavior (→ISBN):
- Usage has begun to shift in the 21st century to particularly focus on structural power dynamics that underlie racist institutions and policies rather than personal prejudices.
- Some speakers use the term racism loosely to refer to prejudice or discrimination based not upon race but upon other factors; this is nonstandard:
- 2002, Tom Carter-Smith, Sex – an Apology for Love (NORDISC Music & Text, →ISBN), page 99,
- 2017, Jennifer E. Cheng, Anti-racist Discourse on Muslims in the Australian Parliament (→ISBN):
- The term reverse racism has been used to denote personal racial prejudice by a group that is or has been oppressed/disempowered, against a more powerful group. Some argue that this distinction does not need to be made and advocate that this be called, simply, racism, while others argue that the term racism should not be used at all in such cases, as racism is distinguished from racial prejudice by being supported by institutions and social structures.
- For many speakers, the term racism implies conscious belief or behavior, but this is not always the case.
- affirmative action
- Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
- antisemitism, anti-semitism
- black is beautiful
- Civil Rights Movement
- cultural anthropology
- cultural relativism
- ethnic majority
- ethnic minority
- hate crime
- historical particularism
- Ku Klux Klan (KKK)
- political correctness
- political minority
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