I say “theoretically” a lot below — because mostly no one has done any of these things.
However, most of them are feasible and should be tried.
The general concept of cosmogenic-nuclide burial-dating is that one has a pair of cosmogenic nuclides that are produced at a fixed ratio in some rock or mineral target, but have different decay constants.
Racial fetishism involves fetishizing a person or culture belonging to a race or ethnic group that is not one's own—therefore it involves racial/ethnic stereotyping and objectifying those bodies who are stereotyped, and at times their cultural practices.
This can include having strong racial preferences in dating, for example, fetishization of East Asian, Southeast Asian and to some extent South Asian women in Australasia, North America and Scandinavia is quite prevalent.
This turns out to be a very useful nuclide pair because quartz is so common — nearly all sedimentary deposits contain quartz that has been exposed for a time and then buried as the deposit accumulated.
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Four months into my life as a newly minted Beijing resident, I made the following discoveries:1.
From there, fetishism has evolved to be defined as "the pathological displacement of erotic interest and satisfaction to an object or bodily part whose real or fantasized presence is psychologically necessary for sexual gratification".
According to William Pietz's The Problem of the Fetish, I, characteristics essential to the notion of fetish include the fetish object's irreducible materiality which resides in its status as a material embodiment, the theme of repetition compulsion, and the dependence of social value on specific institutional systems.
Measuring this ratio tells you the length of time the sample has been buried.
So far, nearly all applications of burial dating have used the Al-26/Be-10 pair in quartz. The half-lives of Al-26 and Be-10 are 0.7 and 1.4 Ma, respectively.
The term has not been largely discussed in academia, however, because Freud's theories of sexual fetishism have become so influential since the late 19th century.