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Race Prejudice as a Sense of Group Position

Race Prejudice as a Sense of Group Position Volume 1 Spring 3e Number 1 1958 pacic SocitoOgcat Revulew Official Journal of the Pacific Sociological Society RACE AS A SENSE OF GROUP POSITION* PREJUDICE HERBERT BLUMER University of California, Berkeley In I am an to the and tends to this be the case in the work approach study ogists, paper proposing predominantly different from that which dominates con- of of race sociologists. prejudice on this thesis is that topic. My this of race temporary scholarly thought Unfortunately, customary way viewing prej- in a sense of race exists udice overlooks and obscures the fact that race is basically group position prejudice prejudice than in a set of which members of one racial rather a matter of between racial feelings fundamentally relationship have toward the members of another racial A little make reflective should this group. group groups. thought very This different of race shifts clear. Race that viewing prejudice study way prejudice presupposes, necessarily, racially from a with as individuals think of themselves as to and feelings lodged prejudiced analysis preoccupation belonging to a concern with the of racial a racial It that to in individuals relationship given group. means, also, they assign It also shifts treatment from indi- http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Pacific Sociological Review SAGE

Race Prejudice as a Sense of Group Position

Pacific Sociological Review , Volume 1 (1): 5 – Mar 1, 1958

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SAGE
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© 1958 Pacific Sociological Association
ISSN
0030-8919
eISSN
1533-3867
DOI
10.2307/1388607
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Abstract

Volume 1 Spring 3e Number 1 1958 pacic SocitoOgcat Revulew Official Journal of the Pacific Sociological Society RACE AS A SENSE OF GROUP POSITION* PREJUDICE HERBERT BLUMER University of California, Berkeley In I am an to the and tends to this be the case in the work approach study ogists, paper proposing predominantly different from that which dominates con- of of race sociologists. prejudice on this thesis is that topic. My this of race temporary scholarly thought Unfortunately, customary way viewing prej- in a sense of race exists udice overlooks and obscures the fact that race is basically group position prejudice prejudice than in a set of which members of one racial rather a matter of between racial feelings fundamentally relationship have toward the members of another racial A little make reflective should this group. group groups. thought very This different of race shifts clear. Race that viewing prejudice study way prejudice presupposes, necessarily, racially from a with as individuals think of themselves as to and feelings lodged prejudiced analysis preoccupation belonging to a concern with the of racial a racial It that to in individuals relationship given group. means, also, they assign It also shifts treatment from indi-

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Pacific Sociological ReviewSAGE

Published: Mar 1, 1958

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