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Race and Human Diversity is an introduction to the study of Human Diversity in both its biological and cultural dimensions. This text examines the biological basis of human difference and how humans have biologically and culturally adapted to lifeMoreRace and Human Diversity is an introduction to the study of Human Diversity in both its biological and cultural dimensions. This text examines the biological basis of human difference and how humans have biologically and culturally adapted to life in different environments. It critiques the notion that humans can or should be classified into a number of biological races. Coverage includes discussion of the following topics:Biological background of human variationHistory of racial classificationA critique of the Race Concept Ethnic disease: How race affects morbidity and moralityAdapative dimensions of human variability: Life in the tropics, the arctic, and high altitudePhysiology of skin colorA critical history of attempts to link race and intelligenceRace as a cultural construct.
A race is a grouping of humans based on shared physical or social qualities into categories generally viewed as distinct by society. By the 17th century the term began to refer to physical phenotypical traits. Modern science regards race as a social construct , an identity which is assigned based on rules made by society. Social conceptions and groupings of races have varied over time, often involving folk taxonomies that define essential types of individuals based on perceived traits. Even though there is a broad scientific agreement that essentialist and typological conceptions of race are untenable,       scientists around the world continue to conceptualize race in widely differing ways. Since the second half of the 20th century, the association of race with the discredited theories of scientific racism has contributed to race becoming increasingly seen as a largely pseudoscientific system of classification. Although still used in general contexts, race has often been replaced by less ambiguous and loaded terms: populations , people s , ethnic groups , or communities , depending on context.
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Amelia R. The American Biology Teacher 1 September ; 79 7 : — Race and racism are considered standard subject matter in introductory college courses in the social sciences, but remain relatively absent in biological science courses Donovan, ; Morning, Given a resurgence of biologically deterministic racial science e. This paper presents a tested approach used in an introductory natural science course for undergraduate, non-science majors at a mid-sized regional university.
Exposure to information about genetics is at an all-time high, while a full understanding of the biocultural complexity of human difference is low. As part of this approach, we challenge educators across social and natural sciences to critically examine and dismantle the tacit cultural assumptions that shape our understanding of genetics and inform the way we perceive and teach about human differences. Numerous opportunities to transform our teaching exist, and we are doing a disservice to our students by not taking these critical steps.
This is true even among university students majoring in biology and medicine. This study investigated how Korean college students majoring in General Science Education define the concept of race and acquire a scientific conception of race. Furthermore, interviews with three students were conducted to explore any biological meaning of race. The results suggest four types of conception held by students about race. These were race as a typological means of distinguishing human diversity, race as a biological concept, race as a social construct, and race as a bio-social mixture.
Race and Human Diversity is an introduction to the study of Human Diversity in both its biological and cultural dimensions. This text examines the biological basis of human difference and how humans have biologically and culturally adapted to life in different environments. It critiques the notion that humans can or should be classified into a number of "biological races". Coverage includes discussion of the following topics: Biological background of human variation History of racial classification A critique of the Race Concept Ethnic disease: How race affects morbidity and morality Adaptive dimensions of human variability: Life in the tropics, the arctic, and high altitude Physiology of skin color A critical history of attempts to link race and intelligence Race as a cultural construct. Find in your library.
This chapter outlines how principles associated with culturally relevant pedagogy may be used in music teacher education to help preservice music teachers better understand how perceptions of race and ethnicity mediate teaching and learning in music. Specific attention is given to race and ethnicity as they relate to a facets of cultural identity, b the origins of culturally relevant pedagogy in US public education, and c the significance of culturally relevant pedagogy in music teacher education.
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