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Sociology , American Studies , Film and Media. Tukufu Zuberi offers a concise account of the historical connections between the development of the idea of race and the birth of social statistics.
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Zuberi describes how race-differentiated data are misinterpreted in the social sciences and asks searching questions about the ways racial statistics are used. He argues that statistical analysis can and must be deracialized, and that this deracialization is essential to the goal of achieving social justice for all. Tukufu Zuberi is professor of sociology and director of the Center for Africana Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. Forcefully argues that social sciences and public policy are built on a racist foundation.
In this timely, hard-hitting volume Tukufu Zuberi offers a concise account of the development of the idea of race and the birth of social statistics. Thicker Than Blood is a tool that should be invaluable to anyone doing public policy or antiracism work. This book is imperative in our understanding of how and why these statistics are used to support racial stratification, and racist domination and what we can do to counter this movement.
Zuberi blows a mighty wind of fresh air our way with this book. Zuberi presents a detailed history of racial statistics, and the story he tells is disturbing in many ways. Tukufu Zuberi's critical assessment of the analysis of racial data in Thicker Than Blood is a tour de force.
His discussion and evaluation of the use of racial statistics in historical and cross-cultural contexts is original and important. I strongly feel that all students and scholars in the social sciences should read this thoughtful book.
This is a superb critical analysis of the vagaries of race. All are here: history, demography, eugenics, evolutionary and molecular biology, population genetics, politics, ethics, and social statistics. Professor Zuberi is a Renaissance scholar. It is fairly well known that the development of contemporary methods of statistical inquiry, particularly in England, was closely linked to the aims and objectives of the eugenics movement. Zuberi's book serves the valuable task of recovering the simultaneous history of the racialized foundations of those methods, while also exploring the adverse consequences for present day practices in empirical social science research in the construction of the concept of race and the investigation of racial difference.
Indeed, by making plain the intimate connections between the eugenics movement and racial demography, Zuberi fully exposes the racist underside of the origins of quantitative social science. William Darity Jr. Zuberi's work is masterful. Having met two years prior at the intersection of their social circles, the pair hoped they would keep in touch once Stegehuis graduated. And there were bugs. Lots and lots of bugs. Still, Stegehuis—who was temporarily stationed at Maxwell Air Force Base for aerospace training in —could not, for the life of him, understand why he was so itchy.
When on-base medical staff pegged chiggers as the likely culprit, Stegehuis was relieved. So I just kind of dealt with it, hoping everything would resolve once I got out of Montgomery. Back at Creech, by then noticeably jaundiced and fatigued, Stegehuis consulted Dr. Under the care of a specialist, gastroenterologist Dr. I just wanted to feel better. Finally, on Jan.
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Ricker presented a definitive diagnosis: primary sclerosing cholangitis PSC , a rare and chronic liver disease that gradually destroys the bile ducts and leads to cirrhosis. It also fueled her desire to heal. When her boss—a Norwich graduate—mentioned the Navy Nurse Candidate Program and inquired whether Musso had considered it, something clicked. Later, visiting Norwich with her father, she found herself hooked.
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Despite the fact that it was snowing in April—that never happens in New York! Without the first, she never would have met Stegehuis. Informed by the second, she made a decision that would save his life. Settled back home in Windsor, New York, after his medical discharge, Stegehuis sought constructive ways to occupy his time. My only choice was to wait things out. A CrossFit devotee and accomplished power lifter while in Nevada, Stegehuis believed that keeping in shape would extend his prognosis—so he resumed working out at his high school gym.
In the following years, with his MELD score hovering around twelve, Stegehuis quietly battled the symptoms and complications of his disease: persistent itching, profound fatigue, nausea, bile duct stones, inflammations, and blockages that required more than a dozen invasive procedures to clear out.
Save for his immediate family and closest friends, few—not even Musso—knew anything was wrong. It was stressful and exhausting work. Soon thereafter, engrossed in the routines of work and daily life, she fell back out of touch with Stegehuis. It was July Just a few days earlier, as a direct consequence of his silently progressing PSC, he had suffered a life-threatening internal bleed: his liver had become so inflamed, and his portal veins so compressed, that he had developed esophageal varices enlarged veins that ultimately ruptured.
After six blood transfusions and an emergency TIPS transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic stent procedure, he awoke on a ventilator. It was also, he hoped, a qualifying event to be listed on the National Donor Registry. According to the American Liver Foundation, as of , more than 17, pediatric and adult liver patients were listed on the registry. The shortage means that as many as 1, candidates die each year awaiting transplants. Managed by the United Network for Organ Sharing UNOS , a national nonprofit that matches deceased organ donors with transplant candidates, the registry prioritizes potential liver recipients by medical urgency, among other factors.
Conversely, living donor liver transplantation LDLT effectively circumvents the National Donor Registry, its priorities, and wait times. In both patients, the liver fully regenerates, typically returning to normal size and function within six weeks. The prognosis is excellent: according to statistics released by Columbia University Medical Center, the three-year survival rate for adult recipients approaches 97 percent. Concerned, she fired off a message. Shocked by his prognosis, Musso processed the news for a few weeks.
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He chuckles at the recollection. Musso had an interest, all right: she intended to become a living donor for Stegehuis.
Unfazed by the risks, Musso quietly forged ahead with her initial compatibility testing. As it turns out, in almost every critical measure of compatibility, Musso was a perfect match.
Instead of two portal veins the vessels that carry blood to the liver , Musso had three—and two of them led to her right lobe. Two weeks after her evaluation, Musso told her friend she intended to donate part of her liver for him. As Musso completed a battery of physical and psychological tests, and submitted reams of paperwork to secure official Navy approval for her medical leave, she worried constantly about her friend.
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So, she verbally paced out her anxiety, phoning her Lahey and Navy contacts every day, over and over. She called Parrott: Has the transplant team convened? Can we schedule the surgery? She called the Department of Defense Bureau of Medicine, responsible for approving her medical leave: Where is my paperwork?