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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of racialize.


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  • It repeats in racialized form the familiar idea that girls are the cause of boys 'lack of educational success and that boys must be kept free of distraction.


  • HENDERSON: I mean, I think it goes to the fact that, I mean, when you make allegations of racism and they're very difficult to prove -- racism or claims that people have kind of racialized thinking.

    CNN Transcript Sep 16, 2009

  • You're saying that because you know that the LA riots are viewed as this "racialized" rebellion and it scares white folks to death.

    CNN Transcript Sep 13, 2009

  • Likewise understand that of all the candidates, Barack Obama alone is the one who can't afford too "racialized" a campaign, necessitating him to run from the word "race" as if it were a stick of dynamite.

    ZZ Packer: Ferraro's Barack Problem

  • One important study that should be mentioned demonstrated how "racialized" names trigger racial schemas.

    Gregory S. Parks: Implicit (Unconscious) Race Bias and the 2008 Presidential Election: Does Obama Stand a Chance? -- Part I

  • The term "racialized" refers to people of colour who are Canadian-born and to newcomer communities of colour.

    London Free Press

  • Examples of said racialization -- or a comparison of how much was "racialized" vs. "issues-based" was not provided.

    Brew City Brawler

  • That is why I use the term "racialized" and not racist in the book.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • "victimization strategy" aimed at helping the governor recapture the black vote by claiming that a "white-owned media" is portraying him in a "racialized" and "hypersexualized" manner.

    NY Post: News

  • (In case anyone is unfamiliar with the term "racialized," it means "assigned to a 'racial' category."

    "BANPC" via James Bow in Google Reader


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