Racism and Society
...racism with real behavior, both social, and political, which comes from the racial doctrine. The social behavior is expressed in reaction to "another" on the part of employers, journalists, men on the street, etc., and political is marked by the legislation and other discrimination actions of authorities (Vasta 93). For example, according to the definition of American sociologist Winant, we can call racist the actions, which create and reproduce the social structure based on the absolutisation of racial categories, and cultivate racial inequality, or consider racial identity and marks to be natural and primordial (760-761). French researcher Balibar pays...