I would advise that you handle this in a private discussion with him, and leave those who are working on improving articles alone. It would be incorrect to say that the sources present theories of race which have not gained acceptance in anthropology; rather, they are theories which have either been discredited as pseudoscience or have otherwise fallen out of favor among modern anthropologists.
You might as well take it to the logical extreme and say that Jews are naturally greedy and Blacks are naturally violent because it's just in their "nature".
Your lies don't become more credible with further repetitions.
Lekay is an ignorant, paranoid, and dangerous man who stated publicly he believed American Indians still live in tipis. As you correctly state, these theories have been discredited.
Everything has been criticized by now, but nothing scientifically pertinent. Any kinds of behaviorial claims would have to take into account cultural factors regardless. To use them without peer review and discussion from a recognized journal would be unencyclopedic.
If you wish to invite an actual anthropologist like Rubenstein to revise any inaccuracies and to help provide NPOV, then I would of course be happy; however, if you wish to dispute the fact that anthropological studies played a role in the construction of stereotypes of Asians, then you would need to provide references to back that claim.
Not only is the article not NPOV, it is based on a bogus concept in the first place. All significant points of view are presented This is, only the most industrious people are willing to emmigrate to a different country. Asian fetishism means accepting stereotypes of Asians as reality.
If you really think it should be in the article, please outline your reasons here. Basically what I see coming from your mouth is an endless stream of racist stereotypes. While there are many studies on racial prejudice between cultures, Asian fetishism goes against the very strong tendency in human societies to fear and mistrust people from other cultures That is why Knussman's work must be handled with caution.
The Neomarxist, postcolonialist view of "Asian fetishism" is that it is the process by which Asians are invested with stereotypes such as submissiveness, innocence, femininity, etc. Dorky white racists say I am ugly, but sadly, it is only they. In the meantime, I am once more removing that section from the article.
Whatever the reason, it is clear that you have some personal issues with the anonymous editor that I truthfully do not care about.
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