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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
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New Faces in a Changing America: Multiracial Identity in the 21st Century

Loretta I. Winters, Herman L. DeBose - 2003 - 407 ˹
...fascinating sociological example of what Michael Omi and Howard Winant (1994l call racial formation, or the "sociohistorical process by which racial categories...created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed" (p. 55l. The galvanization of a collective identity by multiracial Asian Americans within and across shifting...
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American Sensations: Class, Empire, and the Production of Popular Culture

Shelley Streeby - 2002 - 384 ˹
...to the 1990s, 1d ed. (New York: Routledge, 1994), 56, 79. 59. Omi and Winant def1ne racial formation "as the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed" (55). 60. Almaguer, Racial Fault Lines, 57. 61. Ibid., 65-68. 61. In Roaring Camp, Johnson suggests...
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Compositional Subjects: Enfiguring Asian/American Women

Hyun Yi Kang - 2002 - 354 ˹
...ed. Asian Women United (Boston: Beacon Press, 1997), xi. 30 Omi and Winant define "racial formation" as "the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed." They further clarify that this is "a process of historically situated projects in which human bodies...
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Signs of Struggle: The Rhetorical Politics of Cultural Difference

Thomas R. West - 2002 - 149 ˹
...the result of natural or divine, and thus unchangeable, forces. Omi and Winant define racialformation as the "sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed" (55). Racial formation, they argue, is a process of historically situated racial projects in which...
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Ideas for Action: Relevant Theory for Radical Change

Cynthia Kaufman - 2003 - 332 ˹
...explain how racial dynamics are developed in a society is racial formation. We define racial formation as the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed.... [W]e argue that racial formation is a process of historically situated projects in which human bodies...
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Everyday America: Cultural Landscape Studies After J. B. Jackson

Chris Wilson, Paul Erling Groth, Paul Groth - 2003 - 385 ˹
...hegemony.12 The sociologists Michael Omi and Howard Winant have described the concept of racial formation as "the socio-historical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed." Additionally, racial formation "is a process of historically situated projects in which human bodies...
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At America's Gates: Chinese Immigration During the Exclusion Era, 1882-1943

Erika Lee - 2003 - 331 ˹
...Making Americans, 4-5. 2o. Omi and Winant (Racial Formation, 55) specifically define "racial formation" as the "sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed." 21. See, for example, Skowronek, Building a New American State. Critical race scholars, on the other...
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Asian American Evangelical Churches: Race, Ethnicity, and Assimilation in ...

Antony William Alumkal - 2003 - 210 ˹
...social organization and cultural meaning in the United States. Omi and Winant define racial formation as "the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed" (Omi and Winant 1994:55). One of the key concepts in the racial formation perspective is the "racial...
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Memory in Black and White: Race, Commemoration, and the Post-bellum Landscape

Paul A. Shackel - 2003 - 250 ˹
...symbolizes social conflicts and interests by referring to different types of human bodies." It is a "sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed (Omi and Winant 1994:55). While people may interchange or confuse the concepts of ethnicity and race,...
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The Emancipatory Promise of Charter Schools: Toward a Progressive Politics ...

Eric Rofes, Lisa M. Stulberg - 2004 - 314 ˹
...racial formation captures the extent to which race is an active process: "We define raciaf formation as the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed" (p. 55). They write: From a racial formation perspective, race is a matter or both social structure and cultural...
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