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Minority relations : intergroup conflict and cooperation

Author: Greg Robinson; Robert S Chang
Publisher: Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2017.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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How minority groups negotiate thorny but critical public policy issues in America.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Minority relations.
Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2017
(DLC) 2016029292
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Greg Robinson; Robert S Chang
ISBN: 9781496810496 149681049X
OCLC Number: 959373556
Notes: Editors' introduction: can we all get along? -- Part I. Theoretical terrain -- An analytic model of conflict and cooperation on the terrain of race / Robert S. Chang -- The power dynamics of color on color: grappling with grievances to forge alliances / Eric K. Yamamoto and Amanda O. Jenssen -- Part II. Episodes -- Civil rights, free speech, and group libel / Cheryl Greenberg -- Race, place, and historic moment: Black and Japanese American World War II veterans: the GI Bill of Rights and the model minority myth / Taunya Lovell Banks -- Re-reading Vincent Chin: Asian Americans and multiracial political analysis / Scott Kurashige -- The paradox of reparations: Japanese Americans and African Americans at the crossroads of alliance and conflict / Greg Robinson -- Part III. Challenges -- The birth and death of affirmative action: is resurrection possible? / Stephen Steinberg -- Segregated together: Latino-Black interethnic conflict / Tanya Katerí Hernández -- A modest proposal: rethinking Black history, 1865-1965 / Clarence Walker -- Gay is the new white (gay is the new straight) / Devon W. Carbado.
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Contents: Cover; MINORITY RELATIONS; Title; Copyright; CONTENTS; Acknowledgments; Editors' Introduction "Can We All Get Along?"; PART I: THEORETICAL TERRAIN; CHAPTER 1: An Analytic Model of Conflict and Cooperation on the Terrain of Race; CHAPTER 2: The Power Dynamics of Color on Color Grappling with Grievances to Forge Alliances; PART II: EPISODES; CHAPTER 3: Civil Rights, Free Speech, and Group Libel; CHAPTER 4: Race, Place, and Historic Moment Black and Japanese American World War II Veterans: The GI Bill of Rights and the Model Minority Myth CHAPTER 5: Re-reading Vincent Chin Asian Americans and Multiracial Political AnalysisCHAPTER 6: The Paradox of Reparations Japanese Americans and African Americans at the Crossroads of Alliance and Conflict; PART III: CHALLENGES; CHAPTER 7: The Birth and Death of Affirmative Action Is Resurrection Possible?; CHAPTER 8: Segregated Together Latino-Black Interethnic Conflict; CHAPTER 9: A Modest Proposal Rethinking Black History, 1865-1965; CHAPTER 10: Gay Is the New White (Gay Is the New Straight); About the Contributors; Index
Responsibility: edited by Greg Robinson and Robert S. Chang.

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