|Title||Race, ethnicity, gender, and class : The sociology of group conflict and change|
|Author||Joseph F. Healey|
|Imprint||Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage, 2012|
|Descript||xxviii, 522p. : ill, maps ; 28 cm|
Diversity in the United States: questions and concepts. -- Assimilation and pluralism: from immigrants to white ethnics. -- Prejudice and discrimination. -- The development of dominant-minority group relations in preindustrial America: the origins of slavery. -- Industrialization and dominant-minority relations: from slavery to segregation and the coming of postindustrial society. -- African Americans: from segregation to modern institutional discrimination and modern racism. -- American Indians: from conquest to tribal survival in a postindustrial society. -- Hispanic Americans: colonization, immigration, and ethnic enclaves. -- Asian Americans: "Model minorities"? -- New Americans, assimilation, and old challenges. -- Minority groups and U.S. society: themes, patterns, and the future.
|Political Science Library||305.800973 H434R 2012||CHECK SHELVES|
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