hold for different racial/ethnic subgroups. Although naturalistic studies have included race as a control variable ( Hendricks et al., 2015 ; Johansen & Krebs, 2015 ; Pisano et al., 2017 ), clinical trials on psychedelics have been characterized by
This article describes the mass consumption of masculinity and race within the entertainment landscape in Poland in the years 1850–1939. Focusing on the ever-increasing popularity of strength shows and wrestling fights held in circuses and performed in front of urban audiences, the article intends to demonstrate the strategies of presenting white and black athletes in circus arenas, and to examine the meanings and roles of strength shows and wrestling fights in the collective imagination on racial and gender differences.
The essay discusses, in chronological order, three important black texts on race: DuBois’s 1897 speech “The Conservation of
Races,” Charles Johnson’s collection of essays Being and Race (1988) and, finally, Paul Gilroy’s critical assessment of postcolonial identity politics in Against Race: Imagining Political Culture Beyond the Color Line (2000). Though in ways significantly differing, all of these texts struggle to undo the limitations of racialized discourse
and, in its stead, introduce new forms of theorizing racial differences. Rather than being grounded in biological or even
cultural differences, here race appears to be geared to variations of behavior that need to be conceptualized with respect
to highly ideological structures of perception. Since postcolonial texts on race usually respond to longstanding assumptions
about the nature and role of racial differences in human society, I begin by briefly delineating the history of the race concept
as it evolves from late eighteenth through the nineteenth-century seems appropriate.
Authors:Barhm Mohamad, Jalics Karoly, Andrei Zelentsov, and Salah Amroune
1 Introduction The design of a muffler plays an important role in the overall Noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) performance of a Formula race car. Generally, the control of both the level and quality of formula race car engine parts noise is a
Authors:I. Martinez-Navarro, A. Montoya, M. Mateo-March, and C. Blasco-Lafarga
Introduction In the acute period leading up to the major races of the season, highly-trained middle-distance athletes (i.e., 800 and 1500-m runners) usually alternate race-pace continuous and interval workouts performed at intensities very close or
Authors:Gusztáv Áron Szíki, Attila Szántó, and Tamás Mankovits
simulation programs for electric drives applied in modern road vehicles. On the other hand, the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Debrecen has more than a decade of experience in developing prototype race cars with electric and pneumatic drives
Authors:Dragan Radovanovic, N. Ponorac, A. Ignjatovic, N. Stojiljkovic, T. Popovic, and A. Rakovic
Race walking is the technical and athletic expression of fast walking and it can be considered as a type of endurance performance. The purpose of this study was to examine whether 12 weeks of a specially designed training program results in the further training enhancement of endurance performance and the related physiological parameters in already well-trained race walkers competing at the national and international level. The investigation protocol consisted of determining the maximal oxygen uptake (VO2peak) and related gas exchange values using an automated cardiopulmonary exercise system and of determining blood lactate variables (aerobic threshold — LTAer and the maximal lactate steady state — MLSS) during walking with proper technique at 8, 10, 12 and 14 km·h−1 for 4 minutes without rest in between. Thereafter, the speed on the treadmill was increased by 0.5 km·h−1 every two minutes until exhaustion to determine VO2peak. After 12 weeks of a specially designed endurance training, statistically significant increases in VO2peak (61.8±8.5 mL·kg−1·min-1 pre vs. 66.9±9.5 mL·kg−1·min−1 post training; p<0.05) and blood lactate variables (VO2-LTAer and VO2-MLSS; p<0.05) were noted. The obtained results suggest that the applied training program can improve endurance and race performance in previously well trained race walkers.
during sessions. This raises the standards for clinicians' cultural awareness and competence in discussing sensitive concerns related to race and its intersections with other key identities, such as gender and sexuality. While I agree with the authors
of use and possession as Whites ( Cooper, 2015 ).
As a result, the prevalence and expression of PTSD symptoms also vary by race/ethnicity and sexual/gender identity in the United States. Indigenous peoples, as well as Black and Latinx