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  1. Essential Medicine: Promoting Social Explanations for Racial Variation in Biomedical Research.Iliya Gutin - 2019 - Medical Humanities 45 (3):224-234.
    Biomedical research has a long and complicated history as a tool of oppression, exemplary of the racial science used to legitimise and maintain racial hierarchies in the USA and abroad. While the explicit racism and racial inferiority supported by this research has dissipated and modern methods of inquiry have increased in sophistication and rigor, contemporary biomedical research continues to essentialise race by distilling racial differences and disparities in health to an underlying, biogenetic source. Focusing on the persistence of essentialism in (...)
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  • Response to HoSang; Fujimura, Bolnick, Rajagopalan, Kaufman, Lewontin, Duster, Ossorio, and Marks; and Morning.Jiannbin Lee Shiao - 2014 - Sociological Theory 32 (3):244-258.
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  • Discussing the Biocultural Approach to Race.Jon Kyllingstad & Ageliki Lefkaditou - 2015 - Science & Education 24 (9-10):1263-1269.
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