Dynamics of Inequality Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality in the United States

ISBN-10: 0130976377

ISBN-13: 9780130976376

Edition: 2003

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Description: For undergraduate courses in Social Stratification, Introduction to Women's Studies, and Race, Class, and Gender. This anthology helps students understand issues of race, class, gender, and sexuality at the individual levelby including stories by or about people who have actually experienced discrimination, prejudice, or inequality because of who they were. It then explains the historical, cultural, and institutional roots of inequality, before turning to theoretical explanations, and finally to a section on activism oriented toward social change.

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List price: $124.80
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 10/21/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 496
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.826
Language: English

(Note: All chapters conclude with Getting Involved activites and Site-Seeing suggestions.)
The Personal Experience of Inequality
Ragtime, My Time,Alton Fitzgerald White
The End of the Line
Coming Out Now
Race, Skin Color, and Body Parts
Becoming a Man: The Personal Account of a Female-to-Male Transsexual
Linking the Past with the Present
The Struggle for Equal Employment Opportunity in Corporate America
Alabama Prison Chain Gangs: Reverting to Archaic Punishment to Reduce Crime and Discipline Offenders
The Hidden Half: A History of Native American Women's Education
Lesbian/Gay Rights and Immigration Policy: Lobbying to End the Medical Model
Lifting the Ban on Gays in the Civil Service: Federal Policy Toward Gay and Lesbian Employees Since the Cold War
How Inequality is Perpetuated: Culture and Its Impact
The Problem of the Color Line
The Enemy Within: The Demonization of Poor Women
Cross-Cultural Perceptions of Social Class
The Beauty Myth
Never Too Buff
Racial Warriors and Weekend Warriors: The Construction of Masculinity in Mythopoetic and White Supremacist Discourse
The Hardening Face of Anti-Semitism
Overcoming Reservation about Leaving the Reservation
Barriers to Equality
40 Acres and a Mule
A Busted Trust
How the Government Killed Affordable Housing
Race in the Workplace
Institutional and Racial Barriers to Employment Equity for Hispanics
Temps Are Here to Stay
Women in Management: How Far Have We Come and What Needs to be Done as We Approach 2000?
Designing Mom-Size Jobs
Where Are the Civil Rights for Gay and Lesbian Teachers?
Conformity Pressures and Gender Resistance Among Transgendered Individuals,Patricia Gagne
Pain Relief in U.S. Emergency Rooms Is Related to Patients' Race
The Health of African American Men
Inadequate Housing: A Health Crisis for the Children of the Poor
Construction of Masculinity and Their Influence on Men's Well-Being: A Theory of Gender and Health
The Impact of Medical and Sexual Politics on Women's Health
Stigma, Health Beliefs and Experiences with Health Care in Lesbian Women
Busing Rolls to a Stop
Racial Desegregation: Magnet Schools, Vouchers, Privatization, and Home Schooling
Gender Equity: Still Knocking at the Classroom Door
Back Seat Boys,Christian Science Monitor
Triumph Over Trauma
New Facts on Racial Profiling
Police Brutality Must End,The Progressive
Too Poor to Be Defended,Economist
Requiem for a Public Defender
An Ethnographic Assessment of the Policing of Domestic Violence in Rur
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