Theorizing Discrimination in an Era of Contested Prejudice: Discrimination in the United States

Theorizing Discrimination in an Era of Contested Prejudice: Discrimination in the United States

By: Samuel Roundfield Lucas (author)Paperback

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A new perspective that helps us understand the damaged social relations that incubate racial and sexual discrimination

About Author

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.

Contents

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

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781592139132
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 296
  • ID: 9781592139132
  • ISBN10: 1592139132

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