is subjectively construed through a moral society's intelligent
eye and theoretical lens. A moral society to me is a collective
of social participants who discern right from wrong by establishing
a common set of values, beliefs, and norms. The dominance of White
Europeans in America results in the ascendance of moral values and
beliefs endorsed by Whites, leading to a distorted perception through
the filtered lens of a White perspective. The establishment of power
hierarchy legitimizes the dominant culture's constitution of normalcy,
thereby creating the social construction of "other." Power
and control are the antecedents for social construction of "other,"
while the consequences reinforce and perpetuate power imbalance
and social dominance.