Between Fear and Hope Globalization and Race in the United States

ISBN-10: 0742516199

ISBN-13: 9780742516199

Edition: 2003

Authors: Andrew L. Barlow

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List price: $30.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 6/5/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Introduction
The Backdrop
Rediscovering Race in the Global Era
Modernity and the "End of Racism" Thesis
Rediscovering Race (I): The Particularity of Race
Rediscovering Race (II): Race and Society
Structured Racism in the Mass Society
Ethnicity, Race, and Racism
Connecting Globalization and Racism: Methodological Issues
Conclusion
The Best and the Whitest: Racism and the Middle-Class Social Order, 1945-1975
The Rise of the Middle-Class Social Order, 1945-1975
The Erosion of Jim Crow Racism in the 1940s and 1950s
Suburbanization and the Structuring of Racial Privilege, 1945-1960
Mass Educational Credentials and the Structuring of Racial Privileges
Conclusion: The Structuring of Race and the Middle-Class Social Order
Globalization and Racism
Market Globalization and Social Crisis
Globalization, Technology, and Markets
Inequality and Market Globalization
Globalization and Immigration
Globalization and Nation-States
The Destabilization of the Middle-Class Social Order
Conclusion: Globalization and Racism
It's "Ours": Globalization and the Racialization of Space
The Creation of Racialized Space in the United States
Globalization and the Unleashing of the White Suburbs
Trends of Globalization Undermining Localism
Localism on a World Scale: Anti-immigrant Politics and Globalization
Confusing the Global and the Local: The U.S. War on Terrorism
Conclusion: Contested Spaces, Contested Identities
It's "Mine": Globalization, Racism, and the Erosion of Social Responsibility
Personal Wealth and Race
Individual Educational Achievement and Racism
The War on Crime, Individual Responsibility, and Racism
Conclusion: Structured Racism in the Era of Globalization
Globalization and the Search for Racial Justice in the United States
Introduction to Part III: Finding Hope in the Era of Globalization
Possible Futures of Racial Justice in the Global Era
Civil Rights, the Defense of Democracy, and Racial Justice
International Accords, Human Rights, and Racial Justice
Working-Class Solidarity and Antiracist Politics
Ethnic Politics and Globalization
Conclusion: The Possible Futures of Antiracist Politics in the Global Era
Globalization and the Revitalization of the Civil Rights Movement
The Civil Rights Movement and the Middle-Class Social Order, 1955-1975
The Civil Rights Movement in the Era of Globalization
The Relationship between Community Power and State Power in the Era of Globalization
Case Study: The Campaign to Stop Proposition 209 in California, 1994-1996
Conclusion: Finding Hope in a Time of Fear
Selected Bibliography
Index
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