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Racial domination, racial progress : the sociology of race in America / Matthew Desmond and Mustafa Emirbayer.
New York : McGraw-Hill, 2010.
xi, 676 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
"Racial Domination, Racial Progress: The Sociology of Race in America looks at race in a clear and accessible way, allowing students to understand how racial domination and progress work in all aspects of society. Examining how race is not a matter of separate entities but of systems of social relations, this text unpacks how race works in the political, economic, residential, legal, educational, aesthetic, associational, and intimate fields of social life. Racial Domination, Racial Progress is a work of uncompromising intersectionality, which refuses to artificially separate race and ethnicity from class and gender, while, at the same time, never losing sight of race as its primary focus. The authors seek to connect with their readers in a way that combines disciplined reasoning with a sense of engagement and passion, conveying sophisticated ideas in a clear and compelling fashion."--Publisher's website.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Race in the Twenty-First Century. -- Part 1: Reflexivity. The Invention of Race. -- Part 2: Relationality. Politics ; Economics ; Housing ; Crime and Punishment ; Education ; Aesthetics ; Associations ; Intimate Life. -- Part 3: Reconstruction. Toward Racial Justice.
9780072970517 (alk. paper)
0072970510 (alk. paper)
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