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    Human Skin Color Analysis

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    The Beauty of Human Skin in Every Color The Beauty of Human Skin in Every Color is a TED talk by Angélica Dass that discusses racism and a project that collects the portraits of people of various skin colors. In the beginning of the talk, Angélica introduced her family background and described their skin colors by comparing it with other objects, such as chocolate, cinnamon, and pancake. This description invokes a positive association of skin colors, and it breaks the common notion of how people usually categorize each other through color-based races like black or white. Although she grew up with a family of many skin colors, Angélica expressed how things changed as soon as she went out. At school, for example, she recalled how people called…

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    Human Skin Color Variation

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    DISCUSSION OF THE CAUSES OF HUMAN SKIN COLOR VARIATIONS The variation of human skin color is a complex phenomenon which have not yet been researched and studied conclusively. However, various researchers and academicians have given insight about the possible causes of this important trait. Different researches using people from different parts of the world, evaluation of their environments and diet and to some extent DNA analysis have given a variety of possible causes of human skin color…

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    Human evolution is the time by which humans change overtime. Humans develop characteristics and traits that enhance their abilities and chances for survival. Physical and behavior traits have been shown to have some relations with the common ancestors of apes. While human evolution occurs it coexists with the study of population genetics. Population genetics occurs when frequencies in alleles between populations are distributed. Plenty of researchers have used these two ideas to study how…

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    Skin Color Evolution

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    The human body, just like animals, has evolved over time. One of the greatest biological adaptations of the humans is skin color. Today, there are 7 billion different skin tones since no skin color is identical. However, in Africa, 100 thousand years ago that was certainly not the case.[Bryce] The evolution of skin color over the past 100 thousand years is due to the combination of three factors: skin exposure, ultraviolet rays, and Vitamin D. [Jablonski and Chaplin] These factors attribute to…

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    people and people who are specialized in the anthropology, genetics or biologist on race. From that video, all research and argues open my eyes about the race construction in our society. I conclude that the racial is rooted in a false believe that it is characterized by the physical appearances like hair color, skin color, eye shape, body shape and so on and these characters are the key points to classify the different races. Some people believe that musical traits, athletics’ performances,…

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    Folk Taxonomy Of Tipos

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    addition, there is no biological origin for classifying race based on skin color, other than based on biological or environmental variations in body form (Spradley…

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    Physical Race Sociology

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    Physical race refers to characteristics that are broad but apply to a wide range of individuals. Traditionally these characteristics are associated with skin, eye and hair color so as to form an identity that can be applied to a wide range of individuals. Sociological race refers to an idea of race within a social setting. That the ideas, behaviors and needs that individuals care for have created distinct lines-unique only to the specific area- of segregation. These lines detail how a society…

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    change other’s opinions and attitudes towards others humans. Harriet Jacobs is an incredible author who published Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, and this book shows personal values of someone who went through slavery. Today’s children read about slavery in their history classes; however, no one realizes that even though it was a long period of time it still affects our society today. This book teaches many core values, one of which…

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    Skin Deep Summary

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    As the authors of “Skin Deep” state, “Our variation in skin color should be celebrated as one of the most visible manifestations of our evolution as a species.” I hope to enlighten you as to why they give creedence to that statement. It boils down to the authors concluding that various elements of natural selection, including reproductive health and migration, as well as cultural behaviors have influenced the variety of skin colors that we see today. To start with, the melanin in our skin…

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    is that in our society today, yes race matters. However, I also believe that the word “race” has been greatly manipulated by our society. As humans, our brain categorizes using visual similarities between other humans. We see similar skin colors and group those individuals together based on this one characteristic. The problem with race in our society lays within the discrimination and broad generalizations that link people of the same skin color. This allows racism to impact people socially,…

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