Cultural Diversity in the United States A Critical Reader
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Description: Cultural Diversity in the United States: A Critical Reader is an unprecedented collection of contemporary writings on the central issues of cultural diversity in the United States by some of anthropology's most notable scholars. Comprised of over 20 newly commissioned chapters and other pieces, and sponsored by the American Anthropological Association, this volume offers a wide range of perspectives from anthropologists as a means of understanding how the discipline can provide critical contexts for the exploration of cultural diversity in the United States. Moreover, the breadth of anthropological inquiry collected here represents a remarkable opportunity for those studying or teaching this vital issue. The contributors to this landmark reader rethink diversity, identity politics, and multiculturalism, and provide tools for the analysis of critical political issues in the United States today. Important areas of discussion include: re-examining U.S. social and political history; establishing a framework for the understanding of inequality; and confronting simplistic images of diversity in an effort to enrich and deepen understanding of difference.
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/5/2001
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
|Biological and Medical Issues|
|Biological Diversity and Cultural Diversity from Race to Radical Bioculturalism|
|The Peoplings of The Americas: Anglo Stereotypes and Native American Realities|
|Diversity in The Context of Health and Illness|
|Health, Disease, and Social Inequality|
|Historical Development of Contemporary Diversity|
|The Color-Blind Bind|
|Racialized Identity and The Law|
|Immigration and Ethnicity: Shifting Boundaries|
|Unearthing Diversity and Archaeological Issues|
|The Hyphenated Past: American Cultural Diversity|
|The Roots of Our Inequality|
|Diversity: Contemporary Issues, Contemporary Conflicts|
|The Complex Diversity of Language in The United States|
|Contemporary Native American Struggles and The Construction of "Nation"|
|New Labor Struggles: Gender, Ethnicity, and Migration|
|Social Inequality: Diversity, Poverty, and Gender in The City|
|Ethnicity and Place|
|Diversity and Kinship Today|
|Aging : Cultural Diversity as A Late-Life Concern|
|Poverty, Class, and Sexual Orientation|
|Diversity and Psychocultural Open Systems Models|
|Overviews of Diversity in The United States|
|Studying American Cultural Diversity: Some Non-Essentializing Perspectives|
|Diversity in Anthropological Theory|