Sociology

Race is socially constructed. What are the social consequences of the construction of race on a society? Do you think they can be undone?

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asked by Ryan Lucksted
  1. How on earth do you expect us to respond to this? Try to write something and perhaps someone here will comment on it.

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    posted by Damon
  2. What Damon?

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    posted by Ryan Lucksted
  3. Yes, I think the social consequences of race can eventually be mostly undone. I'm an octogenarian and have seen a lot of changes in the north in my lifetime. I'm an optimist.

    What do you think?

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. Ryan -- don't you understand Damon's recommendation" -- "TRY TO WRITE SOMETHING."

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  5. I dont understand

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    posted by Ryan
  6. I'm sorry; I thought we were already writing at a first or second grade level.

    You probably don't understand your assignment either. Maybe you should drop out of this class as being over your head.

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  7. In other words, Ryan, we are not going to tell you what YOU think. You have to think for yourself and write your thoughts yourself.

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    posted by Reed
  8. I think he's a CMU "student" who doesn't want to read, study, or think. But he knows how to swear! He's banned now.

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    posted by Ms. Sue

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