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Race, class, and gender in the United States : an integrated study

Author: Paula S Rothenberg
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Worth, ©2001.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paula S Rothenberg
ISBN: 1572599502 9781572599505
OCLC Number: 47060991
Description: xvii, 674 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Pt. I, The social construction of difference: race, class, gender, & sexuality : --
Racial formations --
The ethics of living Jim Crow: an autobiographical sketch --
How Jews became white --
Rethinking women's biology --
The social construction of gender --
Ah, ya throw like a girl! --
In a male-centered world, female differences are transformed into female disadvantages --
The social construction of sexuality --
The invention of heterosexuality --
Deconstructing the underclass --
Domination and subordination. Pt. II, Understanding racism, sexism, heterosexism, and class privilege : --
Defining racism: "Can we talk?" --
Smells like racism --
Racial relations becoming more complex across country --
Racism and sexism --
Patriarchy --
Oppression --
Homophobia as a weapon of sexism --
The color of privilege --
White privilege: unpacking the invisible knapsack --
Class in America: myths and realities (2000). Pt. III, Discrimination in everyday life : --
The problem: discrimination --
DWB: driving while black --
Gender bias on Wall Street --
Homophobia often found in schools, data show --
3 blacks win $1 million in Bauer Store incident --
Another day, another 75 cents --
I don't count as "diversity" --
The border patrol state --
Resegregation in American schools --
Doctor refuses to treat Lesbian --
Grand-Slam breakfast? --
Supermarket chain to pay $81 million to settle a bias suit --
What some call racist at American Eagle, others say was in jest --
Study discerns disadvantage for blacks in home mortgages --
Where laborers are handy but shunned --
Lesbians and gays banned from St. Patrick's parade --
Lawsuits depict a police culture of sexual harassment and cover-ups --
No means no --
Racism at Texaco --
A teenager's play for the gay '90s --
From mother to suspect, in an instant --
Whistle-blowing marshal tells of long harassment --
Minority private-school students claim police harassment --
Home Depot pays $87.5 million for not promoting more women. Pt. IV, The economics of race, class, and gender in the United States : --
Imagine a country --
The growing wealth gap --
Family struggles to make do after fall from middle class --
Billionaire's ex-wife wants $4,400 a day to raise daughter --
Persistent racial segregation mars suburbs' green dream --
Being black, living in the red: wealth matters --
The wage gap: myths and facts --
Women, income, and poverty: there's a family connection --
What scholars can tell politicians about the poor. Pt. V, Many voices, many lives: some consequences of racial, gender, and class inequality : --
Racial and ethnic minorities: an overview --
On being South Asian in North America --
Then came the war --
Asian American? --
TV Arabs --
The myth of the Latin woman: I just met a girl named Maria --
Black Latina --
Latinos gain visibility in cultural life of U.S. --
What I learned about Jews --
Pigskin, patriarchy, and pain --
He defines you still: the memoirs of a sissy --
With no immediate cause --
Requiem for the champ --
Out of the closet but not out of middle school --
More and more young women choose surgical "perfection" --
When money is everything, except hers --
Her son/daughter --
"We are who you are?: feminism and disability --
The case of Sharon Kowalski and Karen Thompson: ableism, heterosexism, and sexism --
Race is a four-letter word. Part VI, How it happened: race and gender issues in U.S. law : --
Indian tribes: a continuing quest for survival --
An act for the better ordering and governing of negroes and slaves, South Carolina 1712 --
The "Three-fifths compromise": The U.S. Constitution, Article I, Section 2 --
An act prohibiting the teaching of slaves to read --
Declaration of sentiments and resolutions, Seneca Falls Convention, 1848 --
The anti-suffragists: selected papers, 1852-1887 --
People v. Hall, 1854 --
Dred Scot v. Sandford, 1857 --
The Emancipation Proclamation --
United States Constitution: Thirteenth (1865), Fourteenth (1868), and Fifteenth (1870) Amendments --
The Black codes --
Bradwell v. Illinois, 1873 --
Minor v. Happersett, 1875 --
California constitution, 1876 --
Elk v. Wilkins, November 3, 1884 --
Plessy v. Ferguson, 1896 --
United States Constitution: Nineteenth Amendment (1920) --
Korematsu v. United States, 1944 --
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1954 --
Roe v. Wade, 1973 --
The Equal Rights Amendment (defeated) --
Bowers v. Hardwick,1986 --
Confronting obstacles to lesbian and gay equality. Part VII, Maintaining race, class, and gender hierarchies: social control : --
Self-fulfilling stereotypes --
Anti-gay stereotypes --
White lies --
Am I thin enough yet? --
Sex and race: the analogy of social control --
Pulling train --
Failing at fairness: how America's schools cheat girls --
Tracking --
Media magic: making class invisible --
Blaming the victim. Part VIII, Making a difference : --
Age, race, class, and sex: women redefining difference --
En rapport, in opposition: Cobrando cuentas a las nuestras --
Feminism: a transformational politic --
Interrupting the cycle of oppression: the role of allies as agents of change --
What white folks must do --
Combating intentional bigotry and inadvertently racist acts --Confronting anti-gay violence --
A new vision of masculinity --
A push from the top shatters a glass ceiling --
C.P. Ellis --
Narrowing the income gap between rich and poor --
Interracial justice: healing our own --
Child of the Americas.
Responsibility: [edited by] Paula S. Rothenberg.

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