Introduction To Race Relations

Author: Barry Troyna
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135386900
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This is the second edition of the textbook on race and ethnic relations, which has been adopted by academic and vocational courses and which is designed to be a straightforward introduction to this field of study. It retains all the original features, but reflects on events over the years since its original publication, incorporating accounts of developments in the UK and USA. Suggestions for further readings are revised in the light of the latest research.

The Sociology Of Race Relations

Author: Thomas F. Pettigrew
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0029251109
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These 45 readings chronicle the triumphs and failures of race relations in the U.S., unfolding the tensions and struggles of racial conflict since the late 19th century.

Unequal Relations

Author: Augie Fleras
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780132310604
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Unequal Relations offers comprehensive coverage of racism, multiculturalism and diversity. Utilizing a sociological lens as a framework for analysis, it focuses on three prevailing themes: the constructed, the contested and the community. Each are examined from a critical approach and have a strong balance of research and application.

Race And Ethnic Relations American And Global Perspectives

Author: Martin N. Marger
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1285749693
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Reflecting the latest data and theoretical literature available, RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS: AMERICAN AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES, 10e tackles diversity issues from both the American and global perspective, offering an in-depth exploration of today's globally diverse world. The text's expansive coverage of race and ethnic relations across the globe highlights major points of difference and similarity between the United States and a number of other societies, as well as includes a unique case study comparing four different countries. This unique comparative approach is vital with the increasing ethnic diversity in most contemporary societies as well as the prominence of ethnic conflicts in virtually all world regions. Current statistics, figures, maps, and citations provide up-to-the-minute insight. The Tenth Edition also includes an all-new chapter devoted to Arab Americans. In addition, end-of-chapter critical-thinking questions encourage readers to think in a sociological mode and examine current issues using concepts presented in the text. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Race And Place

Author: Susan Welch
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521796552
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An analysis of the attitudes and behavior of African Americans and whites.

Unequal Relations

Author: Augie Fleras
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780131977556
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Unequal Relations is the only single-voiced text with comprehensive coverage of racism, multiculturalism, and diversity issues available in Canada. Its critical approach, strong balance of research with applications, and attention to key current topics are the reasons why Unequal Relations continues to be the first choice of most instructors for race and ethnicity courses in this country. This edition contains many updates of data, statistics, cases, and trends, as well as a new end-of-chapter section called "Links and Recommendations."For this section, the author selected films, books, and websites to facilitate studentsrs" explorations, enhance and extend their understanding, and help them with research projects. What I like best about this book is its consistent critical perspective. [The authorrs"s] writing style is a good balance between description and theoretical explanation. It does, therefore, provide students with challenges in interpreting claims together with information they should learn. Cynthia Levine-Rasky, Department of Sociology, Queenrs"s University Augie Fleras is a professor of Sociology at the University of Waterloo. ISBN: 0-13-197755-5

Race Matters

Author: Cornel West
Publisher: Beacon Press
ISBN: 0807008834
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Race Matters contains West s most powerful essays on the issues relevant to black Americans today: despair, black conservatism, black-Jewish relations, myths about black sexuality, the crisis in leadership in the black community, and the legacy of Malcolm X. And the insights that he brings to these complicated problems remain fresh, exciting, creative, and compassionate.

Race In America

Author: Matthew Desmond
Publisher: W. W. Norton
ISBN: 9780393937657
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Matthew Desmond and Mustafa Emirbayer, authors of The Racial Order, have written an undergraduate textbook on race relations for the twenty-first century. Every chapter of Race in America examines how racism intersects with other forms of social division--those based on gender, class, sexuality, ability, religion, and nationhood--as well as how whiteness surrounds us in unnamed ways that produce and reproduce a multitude of privileges for white people. Featuring a table of contents that is organized around race and racism in different aspects of social life, Race in America explores the connections between individual and institution, past and present, and the powerful and the powerless.

Reading In Race And Ethnic Relations

Author: Anthony H. Richmond
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483137627
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Readings in Race and Ethnic Relations is a part of a series of Readings in Sociology. This book is composed of four parts with a total of 17 chapters. Part 1 explains the concepts of race, racism, and identity. Parts 2 and 3 elucidate the relationship of race with religion, urbanization, and ethnic stratification. Lastly, Part 4 explores how race is associated with politics and conflict. One of the distinctive features of this book is the inclusion of some articles translated into English from other languages. Linguists, communicators, and other people interested in this field of study will find this book invaluable.

A New Introduction To Poverty

Author: James Jennings
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814742386
Size: 12.99 MB
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Visit the author's YouTube channel! When high school basketball player LeBron James was selected as the top pick in the National Basketball Association draft of 2003, the hopes of a half-million high school basketball players soared. If LeBron could go straight from high school to the NBA, why couldn't they? Such is the allure of basketball for so many young African American men. Unfortunately, the reality is that their chances of ever playing basketball at the professional, or even college, level are infinitesimal. In Living Through the Hoop, Reuben A. Buford May tells the absorbing story of the hopes and struggles of one high school basketball team. With a clear passion for the game, May grabs readers with both hands and pulls them onto the hardwood, going under the hoop and inside the locker room. May spent seven seasons as an assistant coach of the Northeast High School Knights in Northeast, Georgia. We meet players like Larique and Pooty Cat, hard-working and energetic young men, willing to play and practice basketball seven days a week and banking on the unlimited promise of the game. And we meet Coach Benson, their unorthodox, out-spoken, and fierce leader, who regularly coached them to winning seasons, twice going to the state tournaments Elite Eight championships. Beyond the wins and losses, May provides a portrait of the players’ hopes and aspirations, their home lives, and the difficulties they face in living in a poor and urban area — namely, the temptations of drugs and alcohol, violence in their communities, run-ins with the police, and unstable family lives. We learn what it means to become a man when you live in places that define manhood by how tough you can be, how many women you can have, and how much money you can hustle. May shows the powerful role that the basketball team can play in keeping these kids straight, away from street-life, focused on completing high school, and possibly even attending college. Their stories, and the double-edged sword of hoop dreams, is at the heart of this compelling story about young African American men’s struggle to find their way in an often grim world.