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미국 흑인 타자화 약사
An Overview of the Social Marginalization of African-Americans in American Society

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Authors
신문수
Issue Date
2006
Publisher
서울대학교 미국학연구소
Citation
미국학, Vol.29, pp. 277-316
Keywords
미국 인종주의(American racism)미국 노예제도(American slavery)반인종통혼법(antimiscegenation law)노예규약(slave code)노예해방(Emancipation)과학적 인종주의(scientific racism)짐 크로우(Jim Crow)사회적 다원이즘(social Darwinism)민권운동(Civil Rights Movement)
Abstract
This paper aims to provide an overview of the history of how African-Americans have been reduced to the status of the social Other in American society. This story largely characterized by racial oppression, exclusion, exploitation, and disenfranchisement starts with the arrival of twenty Negroes at Jamestown in 1619 and ends with the modern Civil Rights Movement under the leadership of Martin Luther King, Jr. in the 19605. The chief focus of the paper is on the rise and growth of slavery and segregation and the continuing efforts of African-Americans to fight against inhuman bondage and prejudice. Particular attention is given to the rise of racist ideologies, white supremacy and antiblack racism, in the eighteenth and nineteenth century, by which the inhuman slavery regime in the South as well as the racial segregation in the North were justified. Racial discrimination and segregation in the military and the labor market after the World War 1, and the black struggle to break the color bar in these sectors, which laid the foundations for the Civil Rights Movement in the sixties, are also discussed briefly.
ISSN
1229-4381
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/88606
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