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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. "
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Critical Race Theory in Education: All God's Children Got a Song

Adrienne D. Dixson, Celia K. Rousseau - 2006 - 289 ˹
...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...
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Korean American Evangelicals New Models for Civic Life

Elaine Howard Ecklund - 2006 - 222 ˹
...relationshipsprimarily around the categories of "white" and "other." 7 Omi and Winant define "racial formation" as the "sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed." They argue that "racial formation is a process of historically situated projects in which human bodies...
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The Situated Politics of Belonging

Professor and Regional Director Council for Social Development Kalpana Kannabiran - 2006 - 231 ˹
...mapping the route from becoming to belonging. Drawing on Omi and Winant's formulation of racial formation as 'the socio-historical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed' (2002: 124), I argue that the politics of becoming in the present context, is a project that attempts...
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Democracy's Promise: Immigrants and American Civic Institutions

Janelle Wong - 2008 - 289 ˹
...(second- or subsequent-generation-) immigrants. Chapter 2 1 . Omi and Winant define racial formation as "the socio-historical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed" (1994, 55). For studies of racial formation among Asian Americans and Latinos, see Espiritu 1992; Sanchez...
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Pretend We're Dead: Capitalist Monsters in American Pop Culture

Annalee Newitz - 2006 - 223 ˹
...this shifting set of forces "racial formation" to underscore the way race is most properly understood as the "sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed." Importantly, a theory of racial formation holds that "race is a matter of both social structure and...
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White Slave Crusades: Race, Gender, and Anti-vice Activism, 1887-1917

Brian Donovan - 2010 - 200 ˹
...production and ongoing cultural practices. Michael Omi and Howard Winant argue that racial formation is the "sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed." 27 Racial formation entails the practice of "group-making" whereby people create, defend, and close...
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Serving the Household and the Nation: Filipina Domestics and the Politics of ...

Shu-Ju Ada Cheng - 2006 - 277 ˹
...and interests by referring to different types of human bodies."92 Their theory of racial formation as "the sociohistorical process by which racial categories are created, inhabited, transformed and destroyed"93 is useful in examining the processes through which the category of foreign labor is constructed...
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Language and Ethnicity

Carmen Fought - 2006
...and Winant use the term "racial formation" for the social construction of race, more specifically for "the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed" (1994:55). I will return to the relationship of ethnicity and race in a moment, but the main point...
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Fit to Be Citizens?: Public Health and Race in Los Angeles, 1879-1939

Natalia Molina - 2006 - 293 ˹
...Japanese communities. 30. In their highly influential study, Omi and Winant define racialization as a "sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed." Michael Omi and Howard Winant, Racial Formation in the United States from the 1960s to the 1980s (New...
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Racial Transformations: Latinos and Asians Remaking the United States

Nicholas De Genova - 2006 - 233 ˹
...reinforcing racial hierarchies. According to Michael Omi and Howard Winant, racialization constitutes a "sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed." ' This essay examines how public health professionals in the United States expanded understandings...
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