A rich vein of data that lays bare pervasive discriminatory environments and their systemic consequences for "targets and non-targets" of discrimination
Samuel Roundfield Lucas is Professor of Sociology at the University of California-Berkeley. He is the author of Theorizing Discrimination in an Era of Contested Prejudice: Discrimination in the United States, Volume 1 (Temple) and Tracking Inequality: Stratification and Mobility in American High Schools. He is also a co-author of Inequality by Design: Cracking the Bell Curve Myth.
List of Tables and Figures Acknowledgments Introduction: Evidently, Too 1 Effects of Discrimination in the United States 2 Biological Explanations of Gender and Racial Inequality in the United States 3 Socialization and Cultural Difference Explanations of Race and Gender Inequality in the United States 4 The Comparative Measurement of Expected Exposure to Discrimination 5 Education and Discrimination 6 Opportunity to Work and Discrimination 7 Job Quality and Discrimination 8 Poverty, Earnings, and Discrimination 9 Mortality and Discrimination 10 Just Who Loses? References Index
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