Racial Institutionalism

Feb 3rd, 2012
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Institutional market forces and racism has favored the whites over the years. This has helped them to monopolize employment opportunities hence acquiring economic and political resources to the disadvantage of the nonwhite populations per se. One side claims that racism has been the cause of unemployment while the other camp believes that impersonal market forces explain the disparities. This paper discusses the reasons why those who believe in impersonal market forces are really at work and not racist are both right and wrong. Moreover, the paper also defines the opposing discrimination matters in camps position.

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Racial Domination and Racial ProgressNameInstitutional AffiliationINTRODUCTION Institutional racism denies Latinos and qualified blacks of their job opportunities. Although unemployment rates have sharply declined for the past 50 years, it is evident that the unemployment rates for the blacks and Latinos have doubled those of the white's counterparts. Americans who debate on the issue of unemployment have been divided into two camps. Institutional market forces and racism has favored the whites over the years. This has helped them to monopolize employment opportunities hence acquiring economic and political resources to the disadvantage of the nonwhite populations per se. One side claims that racism has been the cause of unemployment while the other camp believes that impersonal market forces explain the disparities. This paper discusses the reasons why those who believe in impersonal market forces are really at work and not racist are both right and wrong. Moreover, the paper also defines the opposing discrimination matters in camps position. LABOR MARKET DYNAMICS VS INSTUTIONAL RACISMStudies show that many blacks and Latinos have continued to be denied of employment opportunities as a result of discrimination and prejudice. This has continued to be blamed on racism for many years. It is, however, evident that the unemployment rates have continued to decline and fluctuate over the past fifty years. This means that the employment slots that have been left out a

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