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Eric Jennings, Hanna Diamond, Constance Pâris de Bollardière, and Jessica Lynne Pearson

deafness of Republican non-Jews, who, rejecting both “the particularistic policies of Jewish agencies and the racism of the Nazis” and influenced by the prevalence of familial values, believed that “ any loving family served the child’s best interests” (5

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Hannah Callaway, Alec G. Hargreaves, and John P. Murphy

-French authors, French publishers have tended to prioritize the potential marketability of those depicting “hot” topics such as racism, Islam, and sexism in the banlieues . In turn, high profile TV exposure of works selected for publication is known to have a

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Peter Hervik

. . Accessed 7 August. Lentin , Alana . 2008 . Racism: A Beginner’s Guide . Oxford : Oneworld . Lewis , Bernard . 1990 . “ The Roots of Muslim Rage. ” Atlantic Monthly 266 ( 3 ): 47 – 60 . Lutz

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custom, there is no law. By rejecting “the authority of custom,” this rhetoric leads to acceptance, or at least passivity, toward racist and fascist discourses in mainstream US public discourse. Once fascism and racism are seen as “legitimate” positions

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Liliana L. Jubilut

migrants in the current context, where one sees, on the one hand, limitations of rights, unwillingness to fulfill international obligations, and, in some cases, a lack of empathy and acts of racism and xenophobia, 10 and, on the other hand, a process of

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Michael Miller, Paul V. Dutton, and Laura Hobson Faure

in France has emphasized how it imported racism and fueled sexual violence, while a co-existing body of literature has painted an altogether different vision of American Jewish GIs and chaplains. 2 Some of these men spent their time in France

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Teaching globalisation in the social sciences

The effectiveness of a refugee simulation

Stacy Keogh George

racism and other prejudices toward different social groups. Following the simulation, students were asked to provide written and verbal feedback about how they connected with the material on an intellectual, personal and emotional level and whether they

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Frauke Mennes, John P. Hayes, David Kloos, Martha Lagace, Morten Koch Andersen, Somdeep Sen, Matthew Porges, and Sa’ed Atshan

“race relations,” “racial justice,” and “white privilege” serve only to obscure the reality that racism is above all a visceral encounter that “dislodges brains, blocks airways, rips muscle, extracts organs, cracks bones, [and] breaks teeth” (2015: 10

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Katrin Sieg

state puts up against the thriving of this particular kind of family, and thus links homophobia to ethnocentrism and racism. By showing how the boundaries of Germanness are policed both by the state and through social customs, the film challenges the

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Aaron Freundschuh, Jonah D. Levy, Patricia Lorcin, Alexis Spire, Steven Zdatny, Caroline Ford, Minayo Nasiali, George Ross, William Poulin-Deltour, and Kathryn Kleppinger

convincingly shows that there indeed was. According to Shepard, a public coming to terms with the violence and racism of decolonization and the Algerian War occurred within an important but overlooked realm—that of sex talk. For Shepard, sex talk is a