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Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Class: The Sociology of Group Conflict and Change, 2010/2011 Update

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Published July 13th 2010 by Pine Forge Press (first published March 4th 1998)
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Christy
Seems like issues like these are getting more complicated, more scrutiny, and more "back to basics" study just to have some common language to discuss what we think we know about these human relations in context. I've assigned Healey, along with some primary source readings, for a few years now as he does a remarkable job synthesizing the history and nature of both group and individual identity and differences. As typical of the "race and ethnic relations" field, and to separate sociology (too m ...more
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