[labor Books] Ebook Superior The Return of Race Science ☆ Angela Saini



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    This is a journalistic account of 'race science' where both terms 'race' and 'science' are scrutinised with a sharp eye S

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    Politically correct but scientifically unsound This book drew a lot of attention recently in which the author suggests that the use of race in biologicalmedical research is due to widespread racism For example in

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    Outstanding examination of 'race science' aka racism pretending to be objectivity Extraordinarily good in how deep it goe

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    A good overview of the history of race science I studied a lot of the earlier documents for my own research and they just sounded like such a ridiculous and desperate attempt to justify racial hierarchies Unfortunately this garbage science is coming back in the form of I testing and DNA science The best part of this book was when she covered David Reich's research I would suggest going straight to the source if you're interested His book W

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    'There is a kind of will to truth We will make this be the truth if we try hard enough' Subir SinhaOh how this resonates in our social media dominated'fake news' society Sinha's uote refers particularly to religious extremists but effectively demonstrates the kind of sentiment that underlies the 'science' and ways of thinking that t

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    It was always going to be difficult to follow Angela Saini's hugely popular Inferior but with Superior she has pulled it o

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    Having grown up as part of an ethnic minority group in London during the 1980s and 90s Angela Saini has first hand experience of the racism which was rife during these decades Unfortunately after being heavily discredited race science has slowly and insidiously crept back into public discourse over the past 50 70 years During her formative years the murder of Stephen Lawrence in close proximity to her childho

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    This book isn't written from a neutral perspective and doesn't discuss the scientific research in detail Or even is up to date with latest genetic research and information

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    Poor book despite it's heart being in the right place does to damage the thesis she presents by not credibly engaging with the academi

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    The power of nationalism is that it calls to the part of us that doesn’t want to accept being ordinary It tells people that they are descended from greatness that they have been genetically endowed with something special something passed down to them over the generations It attaches them to origin stories that have existed for

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Es Murray's 1994 title The Bell Curve which purported to show differences in intelligence among racesIf the vast majority of scientists and scholars disavowed these ideas and considered race a social construct it was still an idea that managed to somehow make its way into the research into the human genome that began in earnest in the mid 1990s and continues today Dissecting the statements and work of contemporary scientists studying human biodiversity most of whom claim to be just following the data Saini shows us how again and again science is retrof. There is a kind of will to truth We will make this be the truth if we try hard enough Subir SinhaOh how this resonates in our social media dominated fake news society Sinha s uote refers particularly to religious extremists but effectively demonstrates the kind of sentiment that underlies the science and ways of thinking that the book works to demolish That backwards system which starts with ideology and then looks for evidence to support it Race is not about genetics biological difference it is a social cultural political construct It was created to separate subordinate invalidate certain types of people a way of perpetuating and bolstering the supposed superiority of the great white male It s the kind of thing that feels like part of the past and it definitely should be but Angela Saini shows that not only it it still here it never went away Even the Holocaust was not enough to demonstrate the dangers inherent in such ideology simply pushing those who held these types of views out of the mainstream For a while at leastBecause now they re back and at the forefront of populist politics given airtime given applause given power And that s why books like this are so essential to hold people and ideas up to scrutiny to start conversations to attack the fundamental misunderstandings deliberate or otherwise about human variation Because feelings of superiority are how we end up arguing that migrant children in border camps don t really need soap or blankets or safety it s how the fear of difference and the other leads to Trump and Brexit how knowing that certain ethnic groups just aren t as clever or industrious means that they re a lost cause worthless a burden It s always useful to blame those being crushed by ineuality for their own problems If they deserve it there s nothing we can do right If nothing else this book is an essential reminder about evaluating the uality of the information you access share and trust Where does it come from Who paid for it What are they trying to sell you Who benefits What Saini s book does is present the ways in which the ideologies behind race science have altered or even determined its conclusions And if you want to apply the same fact checking to her work her sources are right there at the back ARC via Netgalley Blackmailed By Daddy race a social construct it was still an idea that managed to somehow make its way into the उरलं सुरलं [Urla Surla] research into the human genome that began in earnest in the mid 1990s and continues today Dissecting the statements and work of contemporary scientists studying human biodiversity most of whom claim to be just following the data Saini shows us how again and again science is Cock Tales retrof. There is a kind of will to truth We will make this be the truth if we try hard enough Subir SinhaOh how this Son of the Hero resonates in our social media dominated fake news society Sinha s uote The Alien Jigsaw refers particularly to Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Human Learning religious extremists but effectively demonstrates the kind of sentiment that underlies the science and ways of thinking that the book works to demolish That backwards system which starts with ideology and then looks for evidence to support it Race is not about genetics biological difference it is a social cultural political construct It was created to separate subordinate invalidate certain types of people a way of perpetuating and bolstering the supposed superiority of the great white male It s the kind of thing that feels like part of the past and it definitely should be but Angela Saini shows that not only it it still here it never went away Even the Holocaust was not enough to demonstrate the dangers inherent in such ideology simply pushing those who held these types of views out of the mainstream For a while at leastBecause now they The Illusion of Gods Presence re back and at the forefront of populist politics given airtime given applause given power And that s why books like this are so essential to hold people and ideas up to scrutiny to start conversations to attack the fundamental misunderstandings deliberate or otherwise about human variation Because feelings of superiority are how we end up arguing that migrant children in border camps don t Folk Tales From The Soviet Union really need soap or blankets or safety it s how the fear of difference and the other leads to Trump and Brexit how knowing that certain ethnic groups just aren t as clever or industrious means that they Not The Hot Chick re a lost cause worthless a burden It s always useful to blame those being crushed by ineuality for their own problems If they deserve it there s nothing we can do Pegged and Plugged at the Club right If nothing else this book is an essential Tunnel Through Time reminder about evaluating the uality of the information you access share and trust Where does it come from Who paid for it What are they trying to sell you Who benefits What Saini s book does is present the ways in which the ideologies behind Game of Bimbofication, Part 3 race science have altered or even determined its conclusions And if you want to apply the same fact checking to her work her sources are Game of Bimbofication, Part 2 right there at the back ARC via Netgalley

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Superior The Return of Race Science

Itted to accommodate race Even as our understanding of highly complex traits like intelligence and the complicated effect of environmental influences on human beings from the molecular level on up grows the hope of finding simple genetic differences between races to explain differing rates of disease to explain poverty or test scores or to justify cultural assumptions stubbornly persistsAt a time when racialized nationalisms are a resurgent threat throughout the world Superior is a powerful reminder that biologically we are all far alike than different. Poor book despite it s heart being in the right place does to damage the thesis she presents by not credibly engaging with the academics she interviews I think she is a bit out of her depth perhaps as broadcast journalist she is used to the once over lightly feel good style of journalism that this comes across as Did not finish Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, races to explain differing Homewrecker racialized nationalisms are a Make your own model forts & castles resurgent threat throughout the world Superior is a powerful Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury reminder that biologically we are all far alike than different. Poor book despite it s heart being in the How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim right place does to damage the thesis she presents by not credibly engaging with the academics she interviews I think she is a bit out of her depth perhaps as broadcast journalist she is used to the once over lightly feel good style of journalism that this comes across as Did not finish

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An astute and timely examination of the re emergence of scientific research into racial differences Superior tells the disturbing story of the persistent thread of belief in biological racial differences in the world of scienceAfter the horrors of the Nazi regime in WWII the mainstream scientific world turned its back on eugenics and the study of racial difference But a worldwide network of unrepentant eugenicists uietly founded journals and funded research providing the kind of shoddy studies that were ultimately cited in Richard Hernstein's and Charl. Outstanding examination of race science aka racism pretending to be objectivity Extraordinarily good in how deep it goes covering the intersection of science with history culture and politics and showing how very deeply rooted the tendrils are Written with remarkable calm and objectivity which makes the final shout of rage all the powerful It goes into excellent detail about the resurgence of scientific racism in recent years as well as laying out the foolishness of the thinking but also its pervasiveness even in people who would think they know better and call themselves anti racist Essential reading and I don t say that lightly Blackmailed By Daddy research into उरलं सुरलं [Urla Surla] racial differences Superior tells the disturbing story of the persistent thread of belief in biological Cock Tales racial differences in the world of scienceAfter the horrors of the Nazi Son of the Hero regime in WWII the mainstream scientific world turned its back on eugenics and the study of The Alien Jigsaw racial difference But a worldwide network of unrepentant eugenicists uietly founded journals and funded Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Human Learning research providing the kind of shoddy studies that were ultimately cited in Richard Hernstein's and Charl. Outstanding examination of The Illusion of Gods Presence race science aka Folk Tales From The Soviet Union racism pretending to be objectivity Extraordinarily good in how deep it goes covering the intersection of science with history culture and politics and showing how very deeply Not The Hot Chick rooted the tendrils are Written with Pegged and Plugged at the Club remarkable calm and objectivity which makes the final shout of Tunnel Through Time rage all the powerful It goes into excellent detail about the Game of Bimbofication, Part 3 resurgence of scientific Game of Bimbofication, Part 2 racism in Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions, Vol. 1 of 5 recent years as well as laying out the foolishness of the thinking but also its pervasiveness even in people who would think they know better and call themselves anti The Fatima Century racist Essential Leah Starrs Revenge reading and I don t say that lightly