Prejudice and Racism
McGraw-Hill Companies, 1997 - 578 pages
PREJUDICE AND RACISM, 2/e is the long-awaited revision of James Jones' groundbreaking text (originally published in 1972) on this imperative topic. The text is appropriate for a variety of courses: Psychology of Prejudice, Prejudice and Racism, Intergroup Relations, Black Psychology, African-American/Ethnic Studies, Social Problems, Social Psychology, or for courses that are part of a diversity curriculum. This is a classic text that all scholars in the aforementioned fields will remember. The new edition, however, greatly expands upon Jones' 1972 edition. It provides a comprehensive overview of all theory and research on this topic from a variety of disciplines--history, social psychology, sociology, African-American studies, anthropology, cultural studies, etc. The new edition will be the ultimate resource in this subject area. Jones is the leading scholar/expert in this field--he has defined this area of research and inquiry. It will be a "must have" for many professors across the social sciences.
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PREJUDICE AND RACISM REVISITED
THE PROBLEM OF THE COLOR LINE
ATTACKING THE PROBLEM
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