Book Review about "Where We Stand: Category Matters”
Akiba-zemi (GSP490 F12-S13)
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January 7, 2013
Book Review on " Where We all Stand: Category Matters”
In her publication " Where We Stand: Class Matters", Bell Hooks address the difficulties of classism interlocking with racism, white colored supremacist ideology and sexism in modern American culture. Her fights in this book are significantly tied to her personal experience that she moved up from operating class for the upper class while she succeeds in academic life and composing many ebooks.
Through this guide, the most important stage she places emphasis on is definitely the acknowledgment in the complex interlocking of classism, racism and sexism. Bell Hooks is usually not a poor working-class anymore, but this wounderful woman has a history as a dark-colored woman moving into a racially segregated area, which generally seems to make her spend a fantastic part of the publication to argue racism despite it can be mainly regarding classism. Though most people may think that America is one of the most wealthy and the most developed countries in the world, Bell Hooks reveals the gloomy of the society. If I acquired some keywords that I believed express America before I actually read this book, I would declare equality, range, and freedom. But , Bells Hooks helped me question those images and what the fact in this country is. It is true that people in America love those concepts and seem to have obtained them in a long history of wave, civil rights movement, can certainly movement and other social actions, however , I came across that there is nonetheless a huge number of individuals suffering beneath oppression with the privileged population but have been kept undetectable and ignored. Hooks repeats again and again that almost all the people from risk to poor stay away from speaking about class in general and so they are unconscious regarding where they stand in a society. Relating to her argument, I realized the reason why they have fear discussing it is distinct between the abundant and the poor. At the beginning of...