Race and Ethnicity: Finding Identities and Equalities
This book examines ethnic pluralism and industrialization, as well as theories of ethnic change, such as assimilation, amalgamation, and the ethic mosaic. Chapters also deal with class, socio-economic status, and the segregation of minorities. These aspects set the book apart from competition in the purely multicultural camp.
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Theories of Ethnic Change and Persistence
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