If Asians are doing it, if they have the epigamie fold and wear dark clothes, it must be genetic? The logic is, if it's in the genes, then maybe it will express itself in the form of intelligence, temperament, interactional modes, patterns of clothing and everything that follows. Once you leave the confines of a small empirical based group - subject to social, political, cultural patterns - then rates of cancer, which you expect to be biological if you have the mindset ofthe medical model, turn out to be much more complex and environmentally induced.
IntervIew wIth troy Duster new york unIversIty PrePareD By Pooya naDerI anD sonIa rosales STAR: One of the issues that we invariably face with undergradu- ates, when we try to extricate race from biology, is the case of sickle- cell anemia. A student will posit, “Well, isn’t sickle-cell an obvious
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