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African Americans and whites : changing relationships on college campuses

Author: Robert M Moore, III.
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, ©2006.
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Explores the changing relationship between African Americans and whites on US College and University campuses. This book investigates and chronicles the tension and social distance felt between  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
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African Americans and whites.
Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, c2006
(OCoLC)607824169
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert M Moore, III.
ISBN: 0761835008 9780761835004
OCLC Number: 71789743
Description: xi, 236 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Teaching region, learning humility / Larry J. Griffin --
Too white to teach race? / Andrea Malkin Brenner --
Beyond the veil: black and white perspectives on teaching about racial inequality / Wanda Rushing and Zandria Robinson --
Black and gay identity selection / Tim Baylor --
Facilitating student involvement and cross-race contact: the impact of membership in a black Greek organization / Stephanie M. McClure --
History of BSU at a professional health science university / Joseph W. Ruane --
Racial divide on a diverse campus: an exploration of social distance at a state liberal art university / Erica Chito Childs and Eunice Matthews-Armstead --
Self-segregation, friendship formation and the college experience: separate but equal? / Bette J. Dickerson and Kianda Bell --
"Let's talk about The Simpsons for something?" / Todd Schoepflin --
Interracial dating and marriage: fact, fantasy and the problem of survey data / Charles A. Gallagher --
Social distance and the "tipping effect" among college students at a northern New Jersey university / Kathleen Korgen, Gabe T. Wang, and James Mahon --
Exploring black identity via marginality theory / Jeffrey R. Breese and Kathleen Grant --
Is diversity policy inherently contradictory? / Frank Ridzi and Joshua G. McIntosh --
An old journey in a new direction: the two faces of desegregation / F. Erik Brooks --
Activism scholarship: answering 'the question' / Marybeth Gasman.
Responsibility: edited by Robert M. Moore III.
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In this text, contentious issues between African Americans and whites are examined and discussed. Each section and subsequent chapter examines the evolving relationship between African Americans and Read more...

 
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