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Racialized politics : the debate about racism in America

Author: David O Sears; Jim Sidanius; Lawrence Bobo
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2000.
Series: Studies in communication, media, and public opinion.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David O Sears; Jim Sidanius; Lawrence Bobo
ISBN: 0226744051 9780226744056 0226744078 9780226744070
OCLC Number: 41612398
Description: xii, 432 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Race in American politics : framing the debates / David O. Sears ... [et al.] --
Individualism reconsidered : principles and prejudice in contemporary American opinion / Donald R. Kinder and Tali Mendelberg --
Egalitarian values and contemporary racial politics / David O. Sears, P.J. Henry, and Rick Kosterman --
Significance of racial context / Marylee C. Taylor --
Race and beliefs about affirmative action : assessing the effects of interests, group threat, ideology, and racism / Lawrence Bobo --
How beliefs about poverty influence racial policy attitudes : a study of whites, African Americans, Hispanics, and Asians in the United States / Michael Hughes and Steven A. Tuch --
It's not affirmative action, it's the blacks : the continuing relevance of race in American politics / Jim Sidanius ... [et al.] --
Politics of race / Paul M. Sniderman, Gretchen C. Crosby, and William G. Howell --
Systematizing the predictors of prejudice / Thomas F. Pettigrew --
Perils of correlation, the lure of labels, and the beauty of negative results / Howard Schuman --
Lumpers and splitters, individuals and structures : comments on racialized politics / Jennifer L. Hochschild --
Slowly coming to grips with the effects of the American racial order on American policy preferences / Michael C. Dawson.
Series Title: Studies in communication, media, and public opinion.
Responsibility: edited by David O. Sears, Jim Sidanius, and Lawrence Bobo.
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