Samuel Roundfield Lucas is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of Tracking Inequality: Stratification and Mobility in American High Schools and a co-author of Inequality By Design: Cracking the Bell Curve Myth.
Acknowledgements Introduction: Evidently 1. Discrimination in the Era of Contested Prejudice: Fundamental Bases 2. Experimental Realities and Public Contestation 3. From Condoned Exploitive Relations to the Era of Contested Prejudice 4. Defining, Finding, and Remedying Discrimination: Dominant Legal Perspectives 5. Defining, Finding, and Remedying Discrimination: Critical Legal Perspectives and the Critique of the Dominant Legal View 6. Defining Discrimination Effects: An Asocial Scientific Method 7. Discrimination as a (Damaged) Social Relation 8. Epistemological Foundations for Studying Effects of Discrimination as a Social Relation 9. Theorizing Discrimination in an Era of Contested Prejudice Appendix A: Commentary on Methods of Data Analysis for Chapter 2 Appendix B:Commentary on Simulations for Chapter 5 Reference Index