Essentially, the concept that I’ve been told is that if you ask a European their race they will tell you that they’re “Slavic” or “Anglo-Saxon,” or other things that Americans would call “Ethnic groups” whereas in America we would say “Black,” “white,” “Asian,” etc. Is it true that Europeans see race in this way or would you just refer to yourselves as “white/caucasian.”

(美國歷史系大學(xué)生)本質(zhì)上,我被告知的概念是,如果你問(wèn)歐洲人他們的種族,他們會(huì )告訴你他們是“斯拉夫人”或“盎格魯撒克遜人”,或者其他美國人稱(chēng)之為“族群”的東西,而在美國,我們會(huì )說(shuō)“黑人”、“白人”、“亞洲人”等。歐洲人真的這樣看待種族嗎?還是,你們會(huì )直接自稱(chēng)“白人/高加索人”。