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Resources for social change: race in the United States

Author: James S Coleman
Publisher: New York, Wiley-Interscience [1971]
Series: Wiley series in urban research.
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Coleman, James Samuel, 1926-1995.
Resources for social change: race in the United States.
New York, Wiley-Interscience [1971]
(OCoLC)558834383
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James S Coleman
ISBN: 0471164933 9780471164937
OCLC Number: 143120
Description: xii, 119 pages 23 cm.
Contents: Part I: Resources: assets, liabilities, and deficits --
1. Freedom of social action as a consequences of skin color --
2. Economic power --
3. Political power --
4. Community and ethnic resources --
5. Family resources --
6. Personal resources --
7. Attributes of the larger society that constitute liabilities --
8. Political assets --
9. Expanding wealth of the nation --
Part II: The conversion of assets --
1. Resources of black communities --
2. Family resources --
3. Personal resources --
4. Legal and legislative resources --
5. Economic resources --
6. Political resources --
Part III: Arenas of action --
Part IV: Research implications --
1. A system of accounts over time --
2. Resource conversion --
3. Changes in conversion processes --
4. Contingent projections and optimization --
Economic models for systems of resource-transformation.
Series Title: Wiley series in urban research.
Responsibility: [by] James S. Coleman.

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