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There has been no recent reference book on the sociology of racial and ethnic relations, so this work fills a real gap in the literature
A true international collaboration drawing together a number of current perspectives
Looks at racial and ethnic relations from an academic point of view
Sociology is at the hub of the human sciences concerned with racial and ethnic relation, with relevant contributions to disciplines ranging from individual psychology, social psychology, and psychiatry, to economics, anthropology, linguistics, cultural studies, health care delivery and education. In this comprehensive handbook, the editors cover the complex issue of racial and ethnic relations from many perspectives. The contributions to this volume cover the effects of racism on society and on the individual, exploring the impact of the sociology of race on health disparities, media coverage, family dynamics, migration, work, globalization, education, violence, as well as solidarity, anti-racism movements, and community interventions. The result is a seminal handbook for the study of the racial and ethnic relations, across the field of sociology. Leading experts in the field explore the major topics of inquiry, as well as provide direction for future research.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Cultural Studies - Ethnic Relations - Health Care Disparities - Institution - Nation - Racial Relations - Social Psychology
Racial and Ethnic Relations Today.- White.- The Struggle of Indigenous Americans: A Socio-Historical View.- Unconscious Racism, Social Cognition Theory, and the Legal Intent Doctrine: The Neuron Fires Next Time.- The Work of Making Racism Invisible.- Anything but Racism: How Sociologists Limit the Significance of Racism.- The Not-So-Harmless Social Function of a Word that Wounds.- Racism and Popular Culture.- Asian Americans’ Experiences of “Race” and Racism.- African American Families: Historical and Contemporary Forces Shaping Family Life and Studies.- A Dialectical Understanding of the Vulnerability of International Migrants.- Race, Ethnicity, and Health: An Intersectional Approach.- What Would a Racial Democracy Look Like?.- Race and the Theatrical Mirror.- Race and Ethnicity in the Labor Market; Employer Practices and Worker Strategies.- UNITED STATESIANs: The Nationalism of Empire.- Racial Hegemony, Globalization, Social Justice, and Anti-Hegemonic Movements.- Acting for a Good Society: Racism and Black Liberation in the Longue Durée.- Pathways to Downward Mobility: The Impact of Schools, Welfare, and Prisons on People of Color.- Research Literature on Haitian Americans 1996–2006: Trends and Outlook.- Antiracism.- Heart of Violence: Global Racism, War, and Genocide.- The Reality and Impact of Legal Segregation in the United States.