斯图尔特霍尔关于种族作为漂浮的能指的感知是充分和真实的。John Storey和C. W. Marshall的《文化理论与大众文化》和《线：城市衰败与美国电视》同样如此。种族意义转变背后的主要原因是社会差异。我认为现在是时候对种族符号学有一个更好和理性的理解，并提出解决种族主义的方法。
The argument that Race is a floating signifier is also evident from the book titled The Wire. From my perception, book revolutionizes the ways in which the life of black urban is perceived or portrayed in modern society. The authors explore certain cultural issues associated with the people’s daily life, which include sexuality, class, gender, and race. From decades, there has been several discussions and discussions regarding the ways black urban have tried to adapt and get recognized in the societies of modern United States (Marshall, 2010). However, the government has taken several measures to maintain equality and provide each of the citizens with equal rights, irrespective of an individual’s race, culture, ethnicity, and class, but the issues of exploitation and discrimination cannot be overlooked (Campbell & Fabos 2011). Many citizens still consider back urban as invaders and slaves, and this attitudinal or behavioral problem is the key reason behind the communication gap experienced timely in between the western society of America and black urban.
The book clearly demonstrates how the number of drug leaders and drug addicts are significantly increasing (Potter & Marshall, 2009). The same is considered to be one of the key problems in black urban living. The crimes are increasing and political systems are failing to deal with the same. The people to counter the problem argue that it is mainly because of black urban living, but they do not realize that the problems are mainly increasing due to their own perception and attitude towards the people from other cultural orientation. Race does not signify the human kind any more, it has been deviated and diversified in meaning.
The perception of Stuart Hall regarding race as a floating signifier is adequate and true. The same is evident from the John Storey’s “Cultural Theory and Popular Culture” and “The Wire: Urban Decay and American Television” from Tiffany Potter and C. W. Marshall. The main reason behind the shift in meaning of race is social differences. I believe it is the time to gain a better and rational understanding of racial semiotics and to induce a solution towards racism.