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u/Oxshevik · 2 pointsr/badunitedkingdom

I think these would help you understand the key arguments and points made about whiteness:

  • Making Whiteness: The Culture of Segregation in the South, 1890-1940

  • Whiteness of a Different Color: European Immigrants and the Alchemy of Race

  • How the Irish Became White

    Political Sociology articles that might interest you:

  • Pettigrew, Thomas (1998). Reactions Toward the New Minorities of Western Europe. Annual Review of Sociology. 24(1) : 77-103.

  • Banks, Antoine J, and Nicholas A Valentino. 2012. “Emotional Substrates of White Racial Attitudes.” American Journal of Political Science 56(2): 286–297

  • Hutchings, L. Vincent and Valentino, Nicholas, A. (2004). The centrality of race in American politics. Annual Review of Political Science. 7(1): 383-408.

    I'm not expecting you to go away and read all this, but the books and articles can be found online (look up libgen and scihub if you need free access), so there's nothing to stop you skimming them or reading scholarly reviews. There's more where that came from so let me know if you have anything in particular you'd like to read about.
u/jonnyopinion · 0 pointsr/badunitedkingdom

This is an interesting read:

Very little to do with communism, much more about post-capitalist freedom, autonomy and the need for genuine community. Personally I still find Labour's attachment to the protestant work ethic somewhat frustrating. I'm glad they've swung left, but they're only just beginning to grapple with ideas about post-work economies. Good they're looking at basic income though.

u/SlippetyHippety · 2 pointsr/badunitedkingdom

The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion

Goes over moral foundation theory quite a bit.

u/Cocobean4 · 19 pointsr/badunitedkingdom

Peter McLoughlin the author of Easy Meat seems to keep a sort of record. He was pretty much banned from all social media years ago for speaking about this.

Edit; He’s also on Gab which seems to be down just now for some reason.

u/Dokky · 1 pointr/badunitedkingdom


I shall be starting:

'Wanderings in South America' by Charles Waterton soon.

Followed by:

'The British Constitution' by Anthony King.

u/westwake · 3 pointsr/badunitedkingdom

Toddlers on up have the same feelings. They just learn to hide it. Described in this book, amongst other places.