Race, Class, and Gender in the United States

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Paula S. Rothenberg
Macmillan, 2007 - Social Science - 774 pages
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Race, Class, and Gender in the United States: An Integrated Study presents students with a compelling, clear study of issues of race, gender, and sexuality within the context of class. Rothenberg deftly and consistently helps students analyze each phenomena, as well as the relationships among them, thereby deepening their understanding of each issue surrounding race and ethnicity.
  

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This was one of the required books for one of the classes I took at the U (my favorite class- GS Intro to Contemporary Issues). I've always wanted to get back to it and read all of it, not just what was assigned. Read full review

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There are some really excellent essays in this book. These topics are fascinating, and the book is formatted in a logical and sensible manner. Excellent for a class. I was truly impressed. Read full review

Contents

How Jews Became White Folks Karen Brodkin
38
The Social Construction of Gender
54
The Invention of Heterosexuality Jonathan Ned Katz
68
Disability and the Justification of Inequality
93
Domination and Subordination Jean Baker Miller
108
UNDERSTANDING RACISM SEXISM
117
Can We Talk?
123
ColorBlind Racism Eduardo BonillaSilva
131
This Person Doesnt Sound White Ziba Kashef
438
Family Ties and the Entanglements of Caste Joseph Berger
442
What I Learned About Jews Joe Wood
445
Pigskin Patriarchy and Pain Don Sabo
451
The Slave Side of Sunday Dave Zirin
455
How to Sell Humvees to Men Mary Beckman
457
The Memoirs of a Sissy Tommy Avicollo
458
With No Immediate Cause Ntozake Shange
464

Internalized Racism Keith Osajima
138
Oppression Marilyn Frye
154
Homophobia as a Weapon of Sexism Suzanne Pharr
168
Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack
177
COMPLICATING
199
Immigration and the
205
Recasting Moving Selves
212
Latinos and Racial Identity
219
Racial Relations Becoming More Complex Across Country
230
Inside the Jail Wars Earl Ofari Hutchinson
235
Facing Up to Race Carrie Ching
246
Discrimination U S Commission
255
Steven Greenhouse
267
Trouble in the Ranks
274
Manhattan Store Owner Accused of Underpaying
280
Blacks Presumed Guilt Hits a Little Too Close to Home
287
My Black Skin Makes My White Coat Vanish Mana LumumbaKasongo
294
Hospital Apologizes for Keeping Black Workers from Patients Room
296
Closing Doors on Americans Housing Choices Margery Austin Turner and Carlo Herbig
297
The Segregated Classrooms of a Proudly Diverse School Jeffrey Gettleman
299
College Choices Are Limited for Students from Needy Families Report Says Stephen Burd
302
Wealthy Often Win the Race for MeritBased College Aid Jay Mathews
303
Dismissing Sexist Opinions About Womens Place in Science Cornelia Dean
305
Prospect Park Overseers Direct Money to Make East Side
309
On L I Raid Stirs Dispute over Influx of Immigrants Bruce Lambert 305 309
311
Lesbian Sues School District over Harassment JudyPeet
317
Boy Punished for Talking About Gay Mom
319
TV Night Newscasts Slight Latinos Lynn Elber
320
Show Me the Clout Shelia Gibbons
321
Suggestions for Further Reading
323
THE ECONOMICS OF RACE CLASS AND GENDER IN THE UNITED STATES
325
Imagine a County2006 Holly Sklar
329
U S Poverty Rate Was up Last Year David Leonhardt
339
Wealth Gap Between Races Widens Genaro C Armas
341
Billionaires R Us Chuck Collins and Felice Yeskel
343
Shhh Dont Say Poverty Bob Herbert
345
The Economic Status of African Americans Julianne Malveaux
347
Wealth Matters Dalton Conley
350
The Economic Reality of Being Latinoa in the United States Meizhu Lui and others
358
The Economic Reality of Being Asian American Meizhu Lui and others
362
Why the Gap Remains a Chasm Aaron Bernstein
370
The Wage Gap and Its Costs
373
The Sons Also Rise Paul Krugman
378
The Education of Jessica Rivera Kim PhillipsFein
380
Savage Inequalities Revisited Boh Feldman
383
Inequality Alejandro Reuss
386
Immigrations Aftermath Alejandro Fortes
391
Suggestions for Further Reading
396
SOME CONSEQUENCES OF RACE CLASS AND GENDER INEQUALITY
399
Civilize Them with a Stick Mary Brave Bird Crow Dog with Richard Erdoes
403
Then Came the War Yuri Kochiyama
407
Yellow Frank Wu
415
I Just Met a Girl Named Maria Judith Ortiz Cofer
418
The Arab Woman and I Mona Fayad
423
Suicide Note Janice Mirikitani
425
The Circuit Francisco Jimenez
427
Crossing the Border Without Losing Your Past Oscar Casares
431
The Event of Becoming Jewelle L Gomez
433
Requiem for the Champ June Jordan
466
The Politics of Parenting Kelly Mayhew
469
Myth of the OptOut Mom Stephanie Coontz
473
Out of the Closet but Not Out of Middle School Libby Copeland
476
More and More Young Women Chose Surgical Perfection Ann Gerhart
480
Finding My EyeDentity Olivia Chung
485
Before Spring Break the Anorexic Challenge Alex Williams
489
My First Time Allana Allen
491
Ableism Heterosexism and Sexism Joan Griscom 27 Lame Joyce Avies 28 C P Ellis Studs Terkel Suggestions for Further Reading 485 487 491
497
IN U S LAW
519
A Continuing Quest for Survival U S Commission on Human Rights
527
An Act for the Better Ordering and Governing of Negroes and Slaves South Carolina 1712
532
The U S Constitution Article I Section 2
537
An Act Prohibiting the Teaching of Slaves to Read
538
Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions Seneca Falls Convention 1848
539
Selected Papers 18521887
543
People v Hall 1854
548
Dred Scot v Sanford 1857
550
The Emaciation Proclamation Abraham Lincoln
553
Thirteenth 1865
555
The Black Codes W E B DuBois
556
Bradwellv Illinois 1873
564
Minor v Happersett 1875
567
Elk v Wilkins November 3 1884
568
Plessy v Ferguson 1896
570
Nineteenth Amendment 1920 573 18 Korematsu v United States 1944
573
Brown v Board of Education ofTopeka 1954
578
Roe v Wade 1973
582
The Equal Rights Amendment Defeated
583
Lesbian and Gay Rights in Historical Perspective Paula L Ettelbrick
586
Suggestions for Further Reading
591
REPRODUCING REALITY
593
SelfFulfill ing Stereotypes Mark Snyder
597
AntiGay Stereotypes Richard D Mohr
603
White Lies Maurice Berger
610
Am I Thin Enough Yet? Sharlene HesseBiber
613
Advertising at the Edge of the Apocalypse Sut Jhally
621
Institutions Values and Ideologies Michael Parenti
629
Making Class Invisible Gregory Mantsios
636
Americas Educational Apartheid Jonathan Kozol
644
The Analogy of Social Control William Chafe
659
Sexual Violence as a Tool of Genocide Andrea Smith
673
Reflections on the Prison Industrial Complex Angela Davis
683
Blaming the Victim William Ryan
688
Suggestions for Further Reading
698
REVISIONING THE FUTURE AND MAKING A DIFFERENCE
699
The Fire This Time Kelly Heam 744
701
Women Redefining Difference Audre Lords
703
A Transformational Politic bell hooks
710
A New Vision of Masculinity Cooper Thompson 111
717
The Role of Allies as Agents of Change Andrea Ayvazian
724
Rethinking Volunteerism in America Gavin Leonard
730
Combatting Intentional Bigotrv and Inadvertently Racist Acts Fletcher A Blanchard
734
Confronting AntiGay Violence Michael Bronski
738
Rice Shirts Make More Than Fashion Statement Ron Nissimov
741
Communities Unite to Reclaim the Highway of Tears Stephanie Woodard
743
Students Confront Sweatshops Richard Appelhaum
748
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