This was the story that Horne Fisher told to Harold March, the journalist, many years after, in a little, but luxurious, restaurant near Picca
It should be understood here that race is more a social construct than a cultural or even genetic quality (Allport, 1954/1979; Picca
& Feagin, 2007).
and Feagin suggest, there are some whites who "engage in racialized performances to show people of color that they are trespassers into white space." (40)
Such debates are often unsolvable because racism remains hidden or covert, as discrimination is practiced inconspicuously in the 'backstage' of social life (Picca
and Feagin 2007).
The final count was expected to hit between 7 to 10 inches, said Picca
, who blamed the record snowfall on the chilly temperatures.
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(49.) Goldberg F, Kaplan A, Roitman M, Manfre' S, Picca
La clasificacion basada en marcadores de tipo RAPD fue menos discriminante y esto se corresponde con lo ya discutido por muchos autores (Pejic et al., 1998; Perera et al., 2002; Picca
et al., 2005).
(110.) Resta O, Guido P, Picca
V, Sabato R, Rizzi M, Scarpelli F, et al.
(12.) Kaplan AE, Ormaechea MF, Picca
M, Canzobre MC, Ubios AM.
A recent study by Houts, Picca
, and Feagin (2009) examined 626 journals by White students at over 25 universities across the United States.
de piccare < raiz picca
, pica: instrumento punzante.