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|Description:||xviii, 267 pages ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||The new racial etiquette: The ritual of racial reprimand --
Radical chic and the rise of a politics of therapy --
The encounter group: A new interracial mode for integration --
Racial identity theory: Groundwork for a renewal of suspicion --
Revolt against repression: New Age therapy from the fringe to mainstream --
A world of endless slights: Diversity training and its illogical consequences --
In perpetual recovery: The problem with multicultural education for self-esteem.
Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn has written an important book. It can be read in at least three ways: As a courageous critique of the racial etiquette that has become institutionalized in post-integration
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- Multiculturalism -- United States.
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- United States -- Race relations -- Psychological aspects.