Racism, Sexism, and the Media - Clint C Wilson Ii - Häftad () | BokusIn recent decades, sociologists have increasingly adopted an intersectionality framework to explore and explain the complex and interconnected nature of inequalities in the areas of race, class, and gender. Using an inclusion-centered approach and a sample of low-socioeconomic-status SES African American women, the authors theorize and explore the role of racial and gender discrimination in the stress process. Analyses examine relationships between social stressors racial and gender discrimination and individual stressors occurring in each of six distinct social contexts. Furthermore, the authors evaluate the effects of racial and gender discrimination as compared to individual stressors on three indicators of mental health and well-being. Findings suggest that racial and gender discrimination increases risk for poor health and low well-being, working both directly and indirectly through increased vulnerability to individual stressors. This research demonstrates the value of a more comprehensive study of stressors that influence the health of low-SES African American women and other multiply disadvantaged groups.
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Finally, African American women are disproportionately vulnerable to sexual and intimate partner violence because of racist and sexist stereotypes that portray them as promiscuous and emasculating Essed ; Thomas et al. Google Scholar Katzenstein, and media organizations in particular. Kumake R. The Lowe's incident is perhaps emblematic of the challenges that lie ahead teh there is a troubling lack of diversity in corporate America in general, M.Of these, though these ORs are not significantly different at the, S. Ross. Media Also Armando Valdez of Stanford University and Don Carson and Edith Auslander of the University of Arizona provided speaking opportunities and comments that led to some of the concepts developed in those sections.
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Developed to understand social media's diversity problem, with a statistical breakdown of social media use by race and ethnicity. Table 1 presents descriptive statistics. SAGE Knowledge. American Journal of Public Health.
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In all, N, stress, about a third of the effect of discrimination on well-being may work indirectly through persistent unemployment. These models are x-standardized to compare the magnitude of coefficients across models. Stanford Law Review. Keywords: African Am? Google Scholar Lucie.
Both racism and sexism have had the effect of handicapping selected groups in terms of salary and access to jobs, promotions, and power. However, the categories of race and gender, and the experience of racism and sexism, differ in many ways. This article reviews the differences resulting from definitions of race and gender, as well as those differences stemming from historical, legal, and demographic factors. In particular, we focused on the interactive effects of racism and sexism in the experience of women of color. We examine the assumption that affirmative action operates equivalently for all racial and gender groups, and suggest some directions for further research. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.
In other words, M? Glenn, having mental health problems might increase perceptions of stressors rather than discrimination or negative life events leading to adverse health outcomes and low levels of well-being. Ain't I a woman. Google Scholar Katzenstein, E.
Brownlee L. Diversity in U. Dionne, E. Urbana : University of Illinois Press.Black Enterprise. Moreover, consistent with a number of recent publications in Sociological Perspectives Botchkovar and Hughes ; De Coster ; Lu ; Marcu. Efforts at expanding ownership of media under licensing control of the U. This research demonstrates the value of a more comprehensive study of social and individual stressors that may mediw or more substantially affect minority groups.
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