Racialized places, racialized bodies: the impact of racialization on individual and place identities

@article{Inwood2010RacializedPR,
  title={Racialized places, racialized bodies: the impact of racialization on individual and place identities},
  author={J. Inwood and R. A. Yarbrough},
  journal={GeoJournal},
  year={2010},
  volume={75},
  pages={299-301}
}
Scholarship in Geography and other disciplines understands race as a social construction (Inwood and Martin 2008; Melamed 2006; Hoelscher 2003; Nash 2003; Delaney 2002; Holloway 2000; Omi and Winant 1994). This line of reasoning argues that ideas about race are historically created and contemporarily recreated, enforced and manifest through everyday actions (Marable 2002). As geographers have increasingly focused on the ways in which the social construction of race is related to the… Expand
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