Alcohol, Hotdogs, Sexism, and Racism
Posted by The Situationist Staff on May 6, 2008
Lisa from Sociological Images writes: “This clip . . . shows what happens when (mostly) black women and (mostly) white men living in racially-segregated Chicago are brought together and the social rules of decorum are suspended. It is highly, highly disturbing.” She then calls for some comments from social psychologists. To read those comments, click here. We urge our readers to join that discussion.
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