The Sociological Theory of the Skin-color-syndrome Together With Explaining the Origin of White Racism in the American South
Gerald Norde, author
This book exposes and explains a U.S. endemic and ever evolving national affliction: the skin-color-syndrome. The skin-color-syndrome is characterized by the all-encompassing sensing (5 human senses), the recognition, the actions, and reactions to one's and the other's skin color. In addition, this book also explains the origin of White American racism in the American South during the U.S. domestic slave era, 1807-65. lastly, this book provides a theory explaining the origin of the love-hate relations of White American men towards Black men and boys.