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Students will choose one of the options below as the topic of their paper, and will be expected to apply the material covered in class (especially Bonilla-Silva’s 4 frames of colorblind racism) to their everyday social world. This could be in their everyday personal relationships and conversations (e.g., journal); in public Internet postings (e.g., videos) or social media; or traditional media (film, TV, newspaper). Keep in mind that in Chapters 3-6, Bonilla-Silva outlines the typical colorblind racism patterns, while in Chapter 7 he looks at how progressive racial ideology differs from those, and in Chapter 8 how racial “minorities” tend to use colorblindness differently than the majority. As his/her critical-thinking decision-making objective, the student should decide whether the societal evidence he/she reviews in the paper (a) demonstrates the typical colorblind pattern that Bonilla-Silva describes in the textbook; or (b) reveals a more progressive and/or minority pattern; or (c) some combination of the above; or (d) some other pattern not discussed in the textbook but worth exploring in future research. The student may find that the quotes he/she analyzes deliberately challenge one of the 4 frames of colorblindness in some way, and he/she can note this in the paper as well. Each paper should consider the implications of the analysis of colorblindness for the future of a multiracial society. In other words, how do the representations discovered in your analysis help and/or hinder a society’s progress toward inclusive multiracial democracy? [NOTE: Regardless of the option chosen, students should write a minimum of 6 pages total as part of their paper.]

Students will choose one of the options below as the topic of their paper, and will be expected to apply

the material covered in class (especially Bonilla-Silva’s 4 frames of colorblind racism) to their everyday

social world. This could be in their everyday personal relationships and conversations (e.g., journal); in

public Internet postings (e.g., videos) or social media; or traditional media (film, TV, newspaper). Keep in

mind that in Chapters 3-6, Bonilla-Silva outlines the typical colorblind racism patterns, while in Chapter 7

he looks at how progressive racial ideology differs from those, and in Chapter 8 how racial “minorities”

tend to use colorblindness differently than the majority.

 

As his/her critical-thinking decision-making objective, the student should decide whether the societal

evidence he/she reviews in the paper

(a) demonstrates the typical colorblind pattern that Bonilla-Silva

describes in the textbook;

or (b) reveals a more progressive and/or minority pattern;

or (c) some

combination of the above;

or (d) some other pattern not discussed in the textbook but worth exploring in

future research. The student may find that the quotes he/she analyzes deliberately challenge one of the 4

frames of colorblindness in some way, and he/she can note this in the paper as well. Each paper should

consider the implications of the analysis of colorblindness for the future of a multiracial society. In other

words, how do the representations discovered in your analysis help and/or hinder a society’s progress

toward inclusive multiracial democracy?

 

[NOTE: Regardless of the option chosen, students should write a minimum of 6 pages total as part of

their paper.]

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