Diversity Strength and Struggle

ISBN-10: 0321317319
ISBN-13: 9780321317315
Edition: 2006
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Description: Part of the Longman Topic Series, this brief reader encourages an examination of diversity in America, in order to understand what both enriches and threatens the country's core values "of liberty and justice for all." This collection of readings  More...

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List price: $28.80
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Publication date: 9/15/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.550
Language: English

Part of the Longman Topic Series, this brief reader encourages an examination of diversity in America, in order to understand what both enriches and threatens the country's core values "of liberty and justice for all." This collection of readings provides opportunities for students to examine the impact "racial" and "ethnic" identity have on diverse groups, some of them challenging the notion of race as a meaningful category for thinking about human identity. Authors included in this collection write about the personal and political aspects of racial and ethnic identity in a variety of ways including describing experiences of exclusion, satirizing stereotyping, analyzing the sources of alienation, and arguing for changes that will ensure inclusion.

Preface
What is Race For?
Americans' Complex Identities
Three Is Not Enough
Being An Other
Fraternity
Living In Two Cultures
American Dreamer
Ethnicity and Identity: Creating a Sense of Self
Reading, Research, and Writing
Reflections And Distortions In The Media And Popular Culture
Put On a Happy Face: Masking the Differences Between Blacks and Whites
The Long March from Wong to Woo
Crimes Against Humanity
The Don Juan Syndrome
Hollywood Targets Arab and Muslim Americans Since 9/11
Real Minority; Media Majority
Reading, Research, and Writing
Confinement Within Stereotypes
Graduation
Growing Up Asian in America
For My Indian Daughter
The Model Minority Image
The Myth of the Latin Woman: I Just Met a Girl Named Maria
Reading, Research, and Writing
The Reality of the Personal
Mother's English
Like Mexicans
Baby, bell hooks
My Jewish Nose
Of Race and Risk
Freedom From Choice
Reading, Research, and Writing
Enduring Discrimination: Miles to Go, Promises to Keep
Driving While Black
Not Color Blind: Just Blind
Blind Spot
Construction of an Enemy
Voting While Black
Nobodies
Reading, Research, and Writing

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