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Race, Ethnicity, and Socioeconomic Status

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Part 1 Introduction: Race, Ethnicity, and Socioeconomic Status as Manifestations of the Human Condition Part 2 Demographic Studies Ecologicsl Analysis: Individuals, Groups, and Their Environments Social Problems Analysis: Disease, Mortality, Delinquency, Poverty Chapter 3 Land Elevation, Age of Dwelling Structure, and REsidential Stratification Chapter 4 Age Status and Residential Stratification Chapter 5 The Ethnic Areas of Syracuse, New York Chapter 6 Theoretical Implications: Individuals, Groups, and Their Environments Chapter 7 The President's Commission on Mental Health- A Minority Report on Minorities Chapter 8 Racial, Ethnic, and Income Factors in the Epidemiology of Neonatal Mortality Chapter 9 Race and Delinquency Chapter 10 The Relative Contribution of Family Status and Economic Status to Juvenile Delinquency Chapter 11 Two Men and Their Families: A Story of Low-Income Earners in the Nation's Capital and Their Need for Intercessors Chapter 12 Intergenerational Problems of Poverty for Blacks and for Whites Chapter 13 Theoretical Implications: Disease, Mortality, Delinquency, and Poverty Part 14 Institutional and Community Studies Family, School, and Community: Stability and Change Chapter 15 A National Population Policy and the Fear of Racial Genocide Chapter 16 Dominance in the Family: The Black and White Experience Chapter 17 School Desegregation and Public Policy: The Boston Experience Chapter 18 Corpus Christi: A Triethnic Nonviolent Experience in School Desegregation Chapter 19 White Students in Black Colleges Chapter 20 Demographic Basis of Social Action for Urban Educational Reform Chapter 21 Conflict, Withdrawal, and Cooperation: Three Approaches ot Social Action Chapter 22 Community Development and Social Change Chapter 23 Theoretical Implications: Stability and Change Part 24 Macrosocial Studies Social Movements and Leadership: Conflict, Conciliation, and Cooperation. Chapter 25 New Learnings for Sociology from the Civil Rights Movement Chapter 26 Marginality and Social Change Chapter 27 Theoretical Implications: Conflict, Conciliation, and Cooperation Part 28 Summary and Conclusion Chapter 29 Social Theory for a Science of Humanity Chapter 30 Index


There is much to value in a compilation of a scholar's major writing over a period of several decades. * Contemporary Sociology * This book is a review of 25 years' research into the interrelationship between race, ethnicity and socioeconomic status. * Race Relations Abstracts * The author identifies 12 theoretical principles concerned with social organization and social research. * Human Resources Abstracts * This interesting set of materials charts the ways in which socioeconomic status, race, and ethnicity intertwine and affect the lives of people. Especially appropriate for lower-division undergraduates. * CHOICE *

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