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" First, we argue that racial formation is a process of historically situated projects in which human bodies and social structures are represented and organized. "
Understanding Minority-Serving Institutions - ˹ 111
- 2008 - 349 ˹
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Her Majesty's Other Children: Sketches of Racism from a Neocolonial Age

Lewis Ricardo Gordon - 1997 - 282 ˹
...conflicts and interests by referring to different types of human bodies. . . . We define racial formation as the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed" (p. 55, emphasis in original). They define racism thus: "A racial project can be defined as racist if and only...
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Screening the Los Angeles 'Riots': Race, Seeing, and Resistance

Darnell M. Hunt, Professor of Sociology and Director of the Center for African American Studies Darnell M Hunt - 1997 - 313 ˹
...Winant (1994), perhaps, is the exemplar of this approach. This study's notion of racial formation - "the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...created, inhabited, transformed and destroyed" (p. 55) - clearly implicates mass media as an important player in the construction and reproduction of racial...
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Understanding Canada: Building on the New Canadian Political Economy

Wallace Clement - 1997 - 408 ˹
...Statistical Overview," 8. 6 As defined by Michael Omi and Howard Winant, "racial formation" refers to "the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed." Further, "[f]rom a racial formation perspective, race is a matter of both social structure and cultural...
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Critical Ethnicity: Countering the Waves of Identity Politics

Robert H. Tai, Mary L. Kenyatta - 1999 - 213 ˹
...social, political, and economic processes and institutions. Omi and Winant define racial formation as "the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed" (1994, 55). They see race as a central axis of social relations that cannot be subsumed under broader...
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Sociology of Education: Theories and methods

Stephen J. Ball - 2000 - 505 ˹
...socially the same way European Americans have). Omi and Winant offer a racial formation theory that they define as 'the sociohistorical process by which racial...are created. inhabited. transformed and destroyed [It] is a process of historically situated projects in which human bodies and social structures are...
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The Idea of Race

Robert Bernasconi, Tommy Lee Lott - 2000 - 213 ˹
...inform the theoretical approach we call racial formation. Racial Formation We define racial formation as the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed. Our attempt to elaborate a theory of racial formation will proceed in two steps. First, we argue that...
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Post-Nationalist American Studies

John Carlos Rowe - 2000 - 258 ˹
...and Winant, Racial Formation, p. 72. 42. In Racial Formation, Omi and Winant define racial formation "as the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed" (55). 43. Ahnaguer, Racial Fault Lines, p. 57. 44. Ibid., pp. 65-68. 45. I borrow the term national...
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We are a People: Narrative and Multiplicity in Constructing Ethnic Identity

Professor Paul Spickard - 2000 - 257 ˹
...Formation in the United States, they reinvent racialization as "racial formation" defining it as "a sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed. . . . [R]acial formation is a process of historically situated projects in which human bodies and social...
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Thicker Than Blood: How Racial Statistics Lie

Tukufu Zuberi - 2001 - 193 ˹
...scientific outsiders. Notes Introduction 1. Michael Omi and Howard Winant "define racial formation as the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed" (Racial Formation in the United States: From the 1960s to the 1990s [New York: Routledge, 1994], 55)....
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NAFTA Stories: Fears and Hopes in Mexico and the United States

Ann E. Kingsolver - 2001 - 252 ˹
...white/nonwhite logic I find useful Omi and Winant's (1994, 55) definition of "racial formation as the sociohistorical process by which racial categories are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed."6 Also helpful in understanding the way in which "white American" is empowered through...
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