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by Michael Eskin

Download The DNA of Prejudice: On the One and the Many (Winner of the 2010 Next Generation Indie Book Award for Social Change) eBook
ISBN:
0979582954
Author:
Michael Eskin
Category:
Psychology & Counseling
Language:
English
Publisher:
Upper West Side Philosophers, Incorporated; First Edition edition (May 18, 2017)
Pages:
104 pages
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1740 kb
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1148 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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Sedulously argued, this thoughtful book attempts nothing less than a revalorization of prejudice its meaning, the way it manifests itself, and its effect on individuals (the prejudiced and those who feel the sting of it) as well as the world around them.

Sedulously argued, this thoughtful book attempts nothing less than a revalorization of prejudice its meaning, the way it manifests itself, and its effect on individuals (the prejudiced and those who feel the sting of it) as well as the world around them.

This remarkable book takes the reader through the many layers of meaning that accompany the word prejudice. This was a great book about an important subject. By critically confronting the ways in which we think and speak about prejudice. Before I read this, I thought I knew what prejudice was, but as the book illustrates, didn't really differentiate between prejudice and seemingly similar concepts like stereotype and cliche, but more importantly tradition and custom.

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Winner of the 2010 Next Generation Indie Book Award for Social Change

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These authors and books have won the annual National Book Awards, awarded to American authors by the National Book Foundation based in the United States. The National Book Awards were first awarded to four 1935 publications in May 1936

These authors and books have won the annual National Book Awards, awarded to American authors by the National Book Foundation based in the United States. The National Book Awards were first awarded to four 1935 publications in May 1936. Contrary to that historical fact, the National Book Foundation currently recognizes only a history of purely literary awards that begins in 1950. The pre-war awards and the 1980 to 1983 graphics awards are covered below following the main list of current award categories.

List of Peabody Award winners (2010–2019). The following is a list of George Foster Peabody Award winners and honorable mentions during the decade of the 2010s

List of Peabody Award winners (2010–2019). The following is a list of George Foster Peabody Award winners and honorable mentions during the decade of the 2010s. Note: With the 2014 honorees, Peabody Award organizers began a practice of announcing each year's recipients by category rather than presenting them en masse.

This remarkable book takes the reader through the many layers of meaning that accompany the word prejudice. By critically confronting the ways in which we think and speak about prejudice, Michael Eskin clears the path for a new understanding of prejudice as a concept, a phenomenon, and a lived experience. Combining analytical rigor with sound practical suggestions, this book speaks to a broad audience and will serve as a valuable companion for anyone who shares the author s passionate commitment to confronting and eradicating prejudice. An original, much needed (and overdue) philosophical work with important practical and political implications, not only for our own societies, but also for those who work cross-culturally, like diplomats. We encounter the issues Michael Eskin discusses in one form or another often it seems like every day. --Matthew G. Boyse, United States Consul General Sedulously argued, this thoughtful book attempts nothing less than a revalorization of prejudice its meaning, the way it manifests itself, and its effect on individuals (the prejudiced and those who feel the sting of it) as well as the world around them. It s an ambitious undertaking, deftly navigated by Michael Eskin, who cogently offers an entirely original framework for identifying prejudice and even confronting it. In an environment that has been optimistically (if naively) called postracial in which racial, gender, and ethnic divides appear to have as much poignant resolve as ever Eskin's important book offers a set of powerful pathways for comprehending and addressing a pernicious aspect of life that remains far too at home in the headlines, the rural backroads, and the chill of urban streets. --Jeffrey Rothfeder, former BusinessWeek, Time Inc., and Bloomberg News editor, and author of McIlhenny's Gold: How a Louisiana Family Built the Tabasco Empire and Every Drop for Sale: Our Desperate Battle over Water in a World About to Run Out ... a wonderful essay that excels both at analyzing the essence of prejudice and at providing a demonstration of the practice of philosophical thinking accessible to all with no requirement or knowledge of the history of philosophy. Highly recommended for all who have an interest in the topic of prejudice and/or philosophical thinking. --Jean-Paul Schmetz, CEO, Schmetzfunds & Ten Better Pages