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Title The new black : alternative paradigms and strategies for the 21st century / edited by Rodney D. Coates, Rutledge M. Dennis
Edition First edition
Published Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier JAI, 2007
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Description 1 online resource (xxv, 343 pages) : illustrations
Series Research in race and ethnic relations ; v. 14
Research in race and ethnic relations ; v. 14
Contents Cover -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Dedication -- List of Contributors -- Introduction -- Part I: The New Black: A Conceptual Framework -- Chapter 1. The Intellectual as a Representative of the ''New Black'': Challenges for the 21st Century -- The Post-Cruse Intellectual: The Rise of the Academic Intellectual -- Notes Toward a Theory of Dual Marginality and Intellectuals: The Dialectics of Engagement and Disengagement -- Conclusion -- References -- Part II: Race, Politics, and Social Justice -- Chapter 2. The Black Protest Movement: The Lessons of the Past and Contemporary Challenges -- Importance of ASA -- Racial Hierarchy Inside the ASA: Jim Crow -- Social Protest and Social Change in the ASA -- The Unfinished Revolution -- The Revolt -- Two Struggles Compared -- References -- Chapter 3. From Civil Rights to Social Justice -- Understanding the Contours of Civil Rights Movements -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 4. Racial Conflict in the 21st Century: The Formation of a Stable Majority and the African American Predicament -- What is the Stable Majority Problem? -- Republican Dominance: An Era of Majoritarian Tyranny? -- Note -- References -- Part III: The World of Work -- Chapter 5. Racial Discrimination at Work: Its Occurrence, Dimensions, and Consequences -- Introduction -- Racial Stratification and Work -- The Possibility of Racial Discrimination -- Discrimination, its Dimensions, and Consequences -- Data -- Analytic Strategy and Results -- Racial Discrimination at Work: Variations, and Dimensions -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6. Racialization of Life-Chance Opportunities Among Impoverished and Middle-Class African Americans: The Role of Segregation in Employment and Residence -- The Dynamics of Racialization at Discrete Levels of the Class Structure -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Part IV: Race, Identity, and Racial Consciousness -- Chapter 7. The Changing Politics of Color-Blind Racism -- Racial Ideologies and Racial Discourse -- Color Blindness and U.S. Racial Politics -- The Evolution of Color-Blind Racial Ideology -- Attacking the Concept of Race -- Demonizing Diversity -- Conclusion: The Future Politics of Color Blindness -- References -- Chapter 8. Evolving White Racial Consciousness -- Introduction -- Methods -- The Family -- Effects of Racism on White Youth -- Irrationality -- Types of Racial Socialization -- Discussion -- References -- Part V: Knowledge, Culture, and the Politics of Education -- Chapter 9. The Education of Black Americans in the 21st Century -- References -- Chapter 10. Glass Ceilings in Academia: African American Women Social Scientists -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Background Theory and Evidence of African American Women in the Academic Marketplace -- 3. African American Women Faculty: Gains or Losses -- 4. The Hiring Experience of African American Women Faculty -- 5. Institutional and Department Distribution of African American Women Faculty -- 6. Conclusion: Can African American Women Crack the Academic Glass Ceiling? -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Part VI: Class and Racial Transformations in Africa, the Caribbean, and Latin America -- Ch
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject African Americans -- Intellectual life -- 21st century.
African Americans -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
United States -- Ethnic relations.
Form Electronic book
Author Coates, Rodney D.
Dennis, Rutledge M.
ISBN 0080467458 (electronic bk.)
9780080467450 (electronic bk.)
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