Dr Peirce Analysis

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A scholar, an author and a profound sociologist; Dr. Jennifer Peirce is tackling to find answers of how social stigma between race has created a still extreme disapproval and discomfort amongst elite working professionals in a time of the late 1980s when many institutional programs have sought to end affirmative action, but were still federally mandated at this particular corporation and other programs. In a contemporary America the political correctness to coincide the terminology of ending racism is to have colorblindness, as a sociologist Dr. Peirce looks to now answer the color blind ideology; which is to give fair representation to all those working, but is done so only based on the federal mandate and not personal ideology. Dr. Peirce utilized several different…show more content…
My ideology to why I find so much validity to Dr. Pierce research stems from the culture we still live in. Such like religion that we are born into that equality and are taught as an expectation. A time of the late 1980s and early 1990s individuals may have been born into equality but from the influence of inequality that surrounds them, this stigma will continue for couple more generations. Though I do find there are reasons to believe the results may have differed if Dr. Pierce was a white male of the elite class; because the study was to find racial inequality I felt that gender inequality may have the same social stigma between individuals speaking their mind as to fear of repercussions. Overall Dr. Pierce as a sociologist was most certainly not biased and was consistent in her observations, that in each of her interviews with white male lawyers; each were trying to avoid self-blame and any wrong doing in reproducing inequality, thus Racing for
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