Rethinking the color line: readings in race and ethnicity
"Rethinking the Color Line is an anthology of current research and writings that examine contemporary issues and explore new approaches to the study of race and ethnicity.
76 pages matching employment in this book
Results 1-3 of 76
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Rethinking the Color Line Understanding
Race and Ethnicity as Sociohistorical Constructions
30 other sections not shown
African Americans Ameri American Indian areas Asian Americans assimilation attitudes Bensonhurst black Americans black women black workers blacks and whites Census cent Chinese civil rights color culture discrimination dominant economic employers employment environmental ethnic groups ethnic identity feel ghetto Greenpoint Hispanic housing immi immigrants income increase individual industry inner-city interviews Irish Italian Japanese Japanese Americans Jews Korean labor market Latino live major Major League Baseball ment Mexican middle-class migration minority Native Americans Negro neighborhood nomic parents percent person political poor population positions poverty prejudice problem programs Puerto Rican race race and ethnicity racial and ethnic racial group racism residential residents response Rico role segregation slaves social society Sociological South South Bronx status stereotypes street tion tional undeserving United urban wages West Dallas white Americans York City youths