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Race and U.S. Foreign Policy in the Ages of Territorial and Market Expansion, 1840-1900 - E. Nathaniel Gates (Editor), Paul Finkelman (Editor), Michael L. Krenn (Editor)
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Explores the concept of "race" The term "race," which originally denoted genealogical or class identity, has in the comparatively brief span of 300 years taken on an entirely new meaning. In the wake of the Enlightenment it came to be applied to social groups. This ideological transformation coupled with a dogmatic insistence that the groups so designated were natural, and not socially created, gave birth to the modern notion of "races" as genetically distinct entities. The results of this view were the encoding of "race" and "racial" hierarchies in law, literature, and culture. How "racial" categories facilitate social control The articles in the series demonstrate that the classification of humans according to selected physical characteristics was an arbitrary decision that was not based on valid scientific method. They also examine the impact of colonialism on the propagation of the concept and note that "racial" categorization is a powerful social force that is often used to promote the interests of dominant social groups. Finally, the collection surveys how laws based on "race" have been enacted around the world to deny power to minority groups. A multidisciplinary resource This collection of outstanding articles brings multiple perspectives to bear on race theory and draws on a wider ranger of periodicals than even the largest library usually holds. Even if all the articles were available on campus, chances are that a student would have to track them down in several libraries and microfilm collections. Providing, of course, that no journals were reserved for graduate students, out for binding, or simply missing. This convenient set saves students substantial time and effort by making available all the key articles in one reliable source. Authoritative commentary The series editor has put together a balanced selection of the most significant works, accompanied by expert commentary. A general introduction gives Books Political Science & Government~~General Race-and-U-S-Foreign-Policy-in-the-Ages-of-Territorial-and-Market-Expansion-1840-1900~~E-Gates Taylor & Francis This volume shows how race played a role in shaping both the tremendous territorial expansion of the mid-1800s (the era of Manifest Destiny and the Mexican War) and the market expansion of the late-1800s (the era of imperialism and the Spanish-American War). The first set of essays examines the way in which derogatory stereotypes of Mexicans helped form the aggressive and expansionistic American attitudes which eventually resulted in the Mexican War. The second group of studies looks at the part race played in the overseas expansion the United States during the late 19th century, focusing on the Spanish-American War, the occupation of Cuba and the Philippines, and African American reactions to America's thrust toward empire.

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Explores the concept of "race" The term "race," which originally denoted genealogical or class identity, has in the comparatively brief span of 300 years taken on an entirely new meaning. In the wake of the Enlightenment it came to be applied to social groups. This ideological transformation coupled with a dogmatic insistence that the groups so designated were natural, and not socially created, gave birth to the modern notion of "races" as genetically distinct entities. The results Explores the concept of "race" The term "race," which originally denoted genealogical or class identity, has in the comparatively brief span of 300 years taken on an entirely new meaning. In the wake of the Enlightenment it came to be applied to social groups. This ideological transformation coupled with a dogmatic insistence that the groups so designated were natural, and not socially created, gave birth to the modern notion of "races" as genetically distinct entities. The results of this view were the encoding of "race" and "racial" hierarchies in law, literature, and culture. How "racial" categories facilitate social control The articles in the series demonstrate that the classification of humans according to selected physical characteristics was an arbitrary decision that was not based on valid scientific method. They also examine the impact of colonialism on the propagation of the concept and note that "racial" categorization is a powerful social force that is often used to promote the interests of dominant social groups. Finally, the collection surveys how laws based on "race" have been enacted around the world to deny power to minority groups. A multidisciplinary resource This collection of outstanding articles brings multiple perspectives to bear on race theory and draws on a wider ranger of periodicals than even the largest library usually holds. Even if all the articles were available on campus, chances are that a student would have to track them down in several libraries and microfilm collections. Providing, of course, that no journals were reserved for graduate students, out for binding, or simply missing. This convenient set saves students substantial time and effort by making available all the key articles in one reliable source. Authoritative commentary The series editor has put together a balanced selection of the most significant works, accompanied by expert commentary. A general introduction gives Books, Political Science & Government~~General, Race-and-U-S-Foreign-Policy-in-the-Ages-of-Territorial-and-Market-Expansion-1840-1900~~E-Gates, 999999999, Race and U.S. Foreign Policy in the Ages of Territorial and Market Expansion, 1840-1900, E. Nathaniel Gates (Editor), Paul Finkelman (Editor), Michael L. Krenn (Editor), 0815329563, Taylor & Francis, , , , , Taylor & Francis

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: GARLAND PUB, 424 Seiten, L=236mm, B=160mm, H=31mm, Gew.=680gr, [GR: 17400 - HC/Politikwissenschaft/Soziologie], [SW: - Sociology], Gebunden, Klappentext: This volume shows how race played a role in shaping both the tremendous territorial expansion of the mid-1800s (the era of Manifest Destiny and the Mexican War) and the market expansion of the late-1800s (the era of imperialism and the Spanish-American War). The first set of essays examines the way in which derogatory stereotypes of Mexicans helped form the aggressive and expansionistic American attitudes which eventually resulted in the Mexican War. The second group of studies looks at the part race played in the overseas expansion the United States during the late 19th century, focusing on the Spanish-American War, the occupation of Cuba and the Philippines, and African American reactions to America's thrust toward empire. This volume shows how race played a role in shaping both the tremendous territorial expansion of the mid-1800s (the era of Manifest Destiny and the Mexican War) and the market expansion of the late-1800s (the era of imperialism and the Spanish-American War). The first set of essays examines the way in which derogatory stereotypes of Mexicans helped form the aggressive and expansionistic American attitudes which eventually resulted in the Mexican War. The second group of studies looks at the part race played in the overseas expansion the United States during the late 19th century, focusing on the Spanish-American War, the occupation of Cuba and the Philippines, and African American reactions to America's thrust toward empire.

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This volume shows how race played a role in shaping both the tremendous territorial expansion of the mid-1800s (the era of Manifest Destiny and the Mexican War) and the market expansion of the late-1800s (the era of imperialism and the Spanish-American War). The first set of essays examines the way in which derogatory stereotypes of Mexicans helped form the aggressive and expansionistic American attitudes which eventually resulted in the Mexican War. The second group of studies looks at the part race played in the overseas expansion the United States during the late 19th century, focusing on the Spanish-American War, the occupation of Cuba and the Philippines, and African American reactions to America's thrust toward empire. Livre - Livre, [PU: Garland Publishing]

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Race and U.S. Foreign Policy in the Ages of Territorial and Market Expansion, 1840 to 1900

This volume shows how race played a role in shaping both the tremendous territorial expansion of the mid-1800s (the era of Manifest Destiny and the Mexican War) and the market expansion of the late-1800s (the era of imperialism and the Spanish-American War). The first set of essays examines the way in which derogatory stereotypes of Mexicans helped form the aggressive and expansionistic American attitudes which eventually resulted in the Mexican War. The second group of studies looks at the part race played in the overseas expansion the United States during the late 19th century, focusing on the Spanish-American War, the occupation of Cuba and the Philippines, and African American reactions to America's thrust toward empire.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780815329565
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0815329563
Hardcover
Publishing year: 1998
Publisher: GARLAND PUB
424 Pages
Weight: 0,680 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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