Blog 6

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Two of your recent Race, Class and Gender readings focus on non-White groups in the labor market: Article 42 (“How a Scholarship Girl Becomes a Soldier”) and Article 52 (“There’s No Business Like the Nail Business”).

Comparing these experiences of Latino and Asian (particularly Korean) Americans, how do you see the intersection of race and class in each article, particularly in the factors shaping why certain groups frequently enter certain professions? And do you see either of these professions as socially empowering that particular group, or limiting their upward social mobility?

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