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Race, class, and gender : an anthology / [compiled by] Margaret L. Andersen, Patricia Hill Collins.

Contributor(s): Andersen, Margaret L | Hill Collins, Patricia.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Wadsworth sociology reader series: Publisher: Belmont, CA : Wadsworth, c2001Edition: 4th ed.Description: xxxi, 592 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0534568904 (pbk. : acid-free, recycled paper); 9780534568900 (pbk. : acid-free, recycled paper); 0534568890; 9780534568894.Subject(s): United States -- Social conditions -- 1980- | United States -- Race relations | Social classes -- United States | Sex role -- United States | Homosexuality -- United States | Discrimination -- United StatesAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Race, class, and gender.DDC classification: 305 Also issued online.
Contents:
Missing people and others: joining together to expand the circle / Arturo Madrid -- Güera / Cherríe Moraga -- Report from the Bahamas / June Jordan -- Angry women are building: issues and struggles facing American Indian women today / Paula Gunn Allen -- Oppression / Marilyn Frye -- Different mirror / Ronald T. Takaki -- Something about the subject makes it hard to name / Gloria Yamato -- White privilege and male privilege: a personal account of coming to see correspondences through work in women's studies (1988) / Peggy McIntosh -- Of race and risk / Patricia J. Williams -- Seeing more than Black & white: Latinos, racism, and the cultural divides / Elizabeth Martinez -- What white supremacists taught a Jewish scholar about identity / Abby L. Ferber -- Race matters / Cornel West -- Tired of playing monopoly? / Donna Langston -- Wealth matters / Dalton Conley -- Poverty as race, power, and wealth / James Jennings and Louis Kushnick -- Silenced majority: why the average working person has disappeared from American media and culture / Barbara Ehrenreich -- Plight of Black men / Michael Dyson -- Moving up with kin and community: upward social mobility for Black and white women / Elizabeth Higginbotham and Lynn Weber -- Gender through the prism of difference / Maxine Baca Zinn, Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo, and Michael A. Messner -- Age, race, class, and sex: women redefining difference / Audre Lorde -- Understanding and fighting sexism: a call to men / Peter Blood, Alan Tuttle, and George Lakey -- Ideological racism and cultural resistance: constructing our own images / Yen Le Espiritu -- J.A.P.-slapping: the politics of scapegoating / Ruth Atkin and Adrienne Rich -- New vision of masculinity / Cooper Thompson -- Economic restructuring and systems of inequality at century's end / Maxine Baca Zinn and D. Stanley Eitzen -- Race, class, gender, and women's works / Teresa Amott and Julie Matthaei -- Gap between striving and achieving: the case of Asian American women / Deborah Woo -- Latino population: the importance of economic restructuring / Joan Moore and Raquel Pinderhughes -- Working poor, working hard / Katherine Newman -- Armstrongs: an oral history of a homeless American family / Steven VanderStaay -- Our mothers' grief: racial-ethnic women and the maintenance of families / Bonnie Thornton Dill -- Diversity of American families / Eleanor Palo Stoller and Rose Campbell Gibson -- Countering the conspiracy to ignore Black girls / Robin D. G. Kelley -- Racial safety and cultural maintenance: the child care concerns of employed mothers of color / Lynet Uttal -- Migration and Vietnamese American women: remaking ethnicity / Nazli Kibria -- Racist stereotyping in the English language / Robert B. Moore -- Media magic: making class invisible / Gregory Mantsios -- Myth of the Latin woman: I just met a girl named María / Judith Ortiz Cofer -- Masculinities and athletic careers / Michael Messner -- My problem with multi-cultural education / John Garvey -- If men could menstruate / Gloria Steinem -- First Americans: American Indians / C. Matthew Snipp -- Can education eliminate race, class, and gender inequality? / Roslyn Arlin Mickelson and Stephen Samuel Smith -- Shredded net: the end of welfare as we knew it / Valerie Polakow -- Aid to dependent corporations: exposing federal handouts to the wealthy / Chuck Collins -- Thoughts on class, race, and prison / Alan Berkman and Tim Blunk -- Is this a white country, or what? / Lillian Rubin -- Black Hispanics: the ties that bind / Vivian Brady -- Optional ethnicities: for whites only? / Mary C. Waters -- Crimes against humanity / Ward Churchill -- You're short, besides! / Sucheng Chan -- Time to look and listen / Magdoline Asfahani -- Gender of sexuality / Pepper Schwartz and Virginia Rutter -- New politics of sexuality / June Jordan -- Where has gay liberation gone?: An interview with Barbara Smith / Amy Gluckman and Betsy Reed -- Beauty myth / Naomi wolf -- Maiden voyage into sexuality and identity politics in Asian America / Dana Y. Takagi -- Getting off on feminism / Jason Schultz -- Harm that has no name: street harassment, embodiment, and African American women / Deirdre E. Davis -- More power than we want: masculine sexuality and violence / Bruce Kokopeli and George Lakey -- Police and the black male / Elijah Anderson -- Korean Americans vs. African Americans: conflict and construction / Sumi K. Cho -- Where race and gender meet: racism, hate crimes, and pornography / Helen Zia -- Coalition politics: turning the century / Bernice Johnson Reagon -- Boys and girls of (Union) summer / Marc Cooper -- From the ground up / Charon Asetoyer -- Taking multicultural, antiracist education seriously: an interview with Enid Lee / Barbara Miner -- Women of color on the front line / Celene Krauss -- Having the tools at hand: building successful multicultural social justice organizations / John Anner.
Summary: Race, Class, and Gender includes interdisciplinary readings. The articles show how race, class, and gender shape people's experiences, and help students to see the issues in an analytic, as well as descriptive, way. The book also provides conceptual grounding in understanding race, class, and gender; has a historical and sociological perspective; and includes conceptual introductions by the authors. Students may gain the most from the introduction sections that highlight key points and relate the essential concepts. Included in the collection are narratives aimed at building empathy, and articles on social issues such as imprisonment, affirmative action, poverty, immigration, and racism.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Race, Class, and Gender includes interdisciplinary readings. The articles show how race, class, and gender shape people's experiences, and help students to see the issues in an analytic, as well as descriptive, way. The book also provides conceptual grounding in understanding race, class, and gender; has a historical and sociological perspective; and includes conceptual introductions by the authors. Students may gain the most from the introduction sections that highlight key points and relate the essential concepts. Included in the collection are narratives aimed at building empathy, and articles on social issues such as imprisonment, affirmative action, poverty, immigration, and racism.

Also issued online.

Missing people and others: joining together to expand the circle / Arturo Madrid -- La Güera / Cherríe Moraga -- Report from the Bahamas / June Jordan -- Angry women are building: issues and struggles facing American Indian women today / Paula Gunn Allen -- Oppression / Marilyn Frye -- Different mirror / Ronald T. Takaki -- Something about the subject makes it hard to name / Gloria Yamato -- White privilege and male privilege: a personal account of coming to see correspondences through work in women's studies (1988) / Peggy McIntosh -- Of race and risk / Patricia J. Williams -- Seeing more than Black & white: Latinos, racism, and the cultural divides / Elizabeth Martinez -- What white supremacists taught a Jewish scholar about identity / Abby L. Ferber -- Race matters / Cornel West -- Tired of playing monopoly? / Donna Langston -- Wealth matters / Dalton Conley -- Poverty as race, power, and wealth / James Jennings and Louis Kushnick -- Silenced majority: why the average working person has disappeared from American media and culture / Barbara Ehrenreich -- Plight of Black men / Michael Dyson -- Moving up with kin and community: upward social mobility for Black and white women / Elizabeth Higginbotham and Lynn Weber -- Gender through the prism of difference / Maxine Baca Zinn, Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo, and Michael A. Messner -- Age, race, class, and sex: women redefining difference / Audre Lorde -- Understanding and fighting sexism: a call to men / Peter Blood, Alan Tuttle, and George Lakey -- Ideological racism and cultural resistance: constructing our own images / Yen Le Espiritu -- J.A.P.-slapping: the politics of scapegoating / Ruth Atkin and Adrienne Rich -- New vision of masculinity / Cooper Thompson -- Economic restructuring and systems of inequality at century's end / Maxine Baca Zinn and D. Stanley Eitzen -- Race, class, gender, and women's works / Teresa Amott and Julie Matthaei -- Gap between striving and achieving: the case of Asian American women / Deborah Woo -- Latino population: the importance of economic restructuring / Joan Moore and Raquel Pinderhughes -- Working poor, working hard / Katherine Newman -- Armstrongs: an oral history of a homeless American family / Steven VanderStaay -- Our mothers' grief: racial-ethnic women and the maintenance of families / Bonnie Thornton Dill -- Diversity of American families / Eleanor Palo Stoller and Rose Campbell Gibson -- Countering the conspiracy to ignore Black girls / Robin D. G. Kelley -- Racial safety and cultural maintenance: the child care concerns of employed mothers of color / Lynet Uttal -- Migration and Vietnamese American women: remaking ethnicity / Nazli Kibria -- Racist stereotyping in the English language / Robert B. Moore -- Media magic: making class invisible / Gregory Mantsios -- Myth of the Latin woman: I just met a girl named María / Judith Ortiz Cofer -- Masculinities and athletic careers / Michael Messner -- My problem with multi-cultural education / John Garvey -- If men could menstruate / Gloria Steinem -- First Americans: American Indians / C. Matthew Snipp -- Can education eliminate race, class, and gender inequality? / Roslyn Arlin Mickelson and Stephen Samuel Smith -- Shredded net: the end of welfare as we knew it / Valerie Polakow -- Aid to dependent corporations: exposing federal handouts to the wealthy / Chuck Collins -- Thoughts on class, race, and prison / Alan Berkman and Tim Blunk -- Is this a white country, or what? / Lillian Rubin -- Black Hispanics: the ties that bind / Vivian Brady -- Optional ethnicities: for whites only? / Mary C. Waters -- Crimes against humanity / Ward Churchill -- You're short, besides! / Sucheng Chan -- Time to look and listen / Magdoline Asfahani -- Gender of sexuality / Pepper Schwartz and Virginia Rutter -- New politics of sexuality / June Jordan -- Where has gay liberation gone?: An interview with Barbara Smith / Amy Gluckman and Betsy Reed -- Beauty myth / Naomi wolf -- Maiden voyage into sexuality and identity politics in Asian America / Dana Y. Takagi -- Getting off on feminism / Jason Schultz -- Harm that has no name: street harassment, embodiment, and African American women / Deirdre E. Davis -- More power than we want: masculine sexuality and violence / Bruce Kokopeli and George Lakey -- Police and the black male / Elijah Anderson -- Korean Americans vs. African Americans: conflict and construction / Sumi K. Cho -- Where race and gender meet: racism, hate crimes, and pornography / Helen Zia -- Coalition politics: turning the century / Bernice Johnson Reagon -- Boys and girls of (Union) summer / Marc Cooper -- From the ground up / Charon Asetoyer -- Taking multicultural, antiracist education seriously: an interview with Enid Lee / Barbara Miner -- Women of color on the front line / Celene Krauss -- Having the tools at hand: building successful multicultural social justice organizations / John Anner.

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