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colourism

(ˈkʌlərɪzəm) or

colorism

n
discrimination in which people are judged on the basis of their skin colour
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Issues of racism and colorism also arise from this problem.
The upcoming teleserye 'Bagani' and its casting of celebrities deemed 'too foreign' for their roles has once again raised the thorny issue of colorism - or discrimination based on skin color - in our country.
There is a systematic and institutionalized racism and colorism in the cosmetics industry--likely in every industry--and it's a reflection on society whether they admit it or not and whether they see it or not.
Colorism is part of the pathos of the human tapestry of American history and throughout the world.
Others address the individual and society, with articles on skin color and colorism and the development of transgender studies in sociology; demography, including the second demographic transition theory, and social structure, adversity, toxic stress, and intergenerational poverty; urban and rural community sociology, including race, crime, and justice, and competing approaches to gentrification and growing income inequality; and the social safety net after welfare reform in terms of household dynamics.
Colorism, Complexion Homogamy, and Household Wealth: Some Historical Evidence.
Six have been identified: bi-racial and multi-racial identity disorder, colorism, skin bleaching and skin lightening behavior (SBSLB) disorder, desire to be other disorder, and its subcategory disorder called passing for White, Eurasian fever disorder, and lastly amalgamation/outmarriage disorder.
I use these episodes as a way of discussing intergenerational conflict--how race impacts our conceptions of beauty, colorism and gender.
Adapted, produced, directed, and acted by local people of color, PASSING re-energizes the dialogue about colorism.
At this point, it is worth mentioning that skin tone stratification, or colorism, "a process that privileges light skinned people of color over dark in areas such as income, education, housing and the marriage market" (Hunter, 2007, p.
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