In this thought-provoking reader of mostly new chapters, an international group of scholars link ethnicity to language, nationalism, localism, religion, and other issues in various crucial areas around the globe. Ethnic identities are examined in countries around the globe, including Africa, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Macedonia, the Netherlands, the U.S., Thailand, and the former Yugoslavia. The fourth edition of Ethnic Identity is an excellent teaching tool for courses in race and ethnic relations, and anthropology and ethnic studies.
Lola Romanucci-Ross is professor of family and preventive medicine at the University of California, San Diego. George A. De Vos, a psychologist, is emeritus professor of anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley. Takeyuki (Gaku) Tsuda is associate director of the Center for Comparative Immigration Studies at the University of California, San Diego.
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Introduction: Ethnic Pluralism: Conflict and Accommodation Part 3 Part I: Changing Ethnic and National Identities Chapter 4 Chapter 1: Matrices of an Italian Identity: Past as Prologue Chapter 5 Chapter 2: Vilnius, Lithuania: An Ethnic Agglomerate Chapter 6 Chapter 3: Ethnic Nationality in the Former Yugoslavia: Ethnogenesis, Ethnic Cleansing, and Present-Day Identities among Croats, Serbs, and Bosniacs Chapter 7 Chapter 4: Cultural Identity and Minority Status in Japan Part 8 Part II: Migration and Ethnic Minoritites Chapter 9 Chapter 5: Ethnic Identity and Schooling: Experiences of Haitian Immigrant Youth Chapter 10 Chapter 6: Ethnic Identity of Moroccans in Belgium and the Netherlands Chapter 11 Chapter 7: When Minorities Migrate: The Racialization of Japanese Brazilians in Brazil and Japan Part 12 Part III: Ethnic Ascription versus Self-Definitions Chapter 13 Chapter 8: Peasants, Ethnicity, and the Politics of Location in Thailand Chapter 14 Chapter 9: "Beautiful Beasts" and Brave Warriors: The Longevity of a Maasai Stereotype Chapter 15 Chapter 10: Becoming Rom: Ethnic Development among Roma Communities in Bulgaria and Macedonia Chapter 16 Chapter 11: Subtle "Primitives": Ethnic Formation among the Central Yaka of Zaire Part 17 Part IV: Shifting Ethnic Identities-The Realpolitik of Cultural Control Chapter 18 Chapter 12: The End of "Whiteness": The Transformation of White Identity in South Africa Chapter 19 Chapter 13: Mixed Feelings: Spoiled Identities in the New South Africa Chapter 20 Conclusion: Ethnic Identity: A Psychocultural Perspective