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"This book is very well written and clearly organized throughout. It is pitched at upper-level undergraduate and graduate-level race and ethnicity students...in sum, this is an important book, highly recommended to students and faculty alike. The authors draw extensively from classic and contemporary sociological theory throughout the text and maintain a transnational focus in each and every chapter." -TEACHING SOCIOLOGY Ethnicity and Race: Making Identities in a Changing World, Second Edition uses examples and extended case studies from all over the world to craft a compelling, even-handed account of the power and persistence of ethnicity and race in the contemporary world. Known for its conceptual clarity, world-historical scope, and fair-minded treatment of these oft controversial topics, this updated and expanded edition retains all of the core elements and constructionist insights of the original.
Table of Contents
|Preface to the Second Edition||p. xiii|
|Preface to the First Edition||p. xvii|
|The Puzzles of Ethnicity and Race||p. 1|
|An Unexpected Persistence and Power||p. 5|
|A Puzzling Diversity of Forms||p. 10|
|Ethnicity and Race as Sociological Topics||p. 12|
|An Outline of What Follows||p. 13|
|Mapping the Terrain: Definitions||p. 15|
|The Definition of Ethnicity||p. 15|
|The Definition of Race||p. 21|
|Ethnicity and Race||p. 26|
|Nationalism and Belonging||p. 35|
|Fixed or Fluid? Alternative Views of Ethnicity and Race||p. 41|
|The Assimilationist Assumption||p. 44|
|Primordialism and Circumstantialism Compared||p. 70|
|A Constructionist Approach||p. 75|
|The Construction of Ethnic and Racial Identities||p. 76|
|The Nature of Ethnic and Racial Bonds||p. 89|
|The Problem of Authenticity||p. 95|
|The Reconstruction of Circumstances||p. 98|
|The Logic of Ethnic and Racial Construction||p. 100|
|Reframing Intergroup Relations||p. 103|
|Case Studies in Identity Construction||p. 107|
|The Power of Circumstances: Blacks and Indians in the United States||p. 107|
|Between Assertion and Assignment: Chinese Americans in Mississippi||p. 119|
|From Thick Ethnicity to Thin: German Americans||p. 126|
|Constructed Primordiality and Ethnic Power: Afrikaners in South Africa||p. 135|
|From Thin Ethnicity to Thick: Basketball and War in the Former Yugoslavia||p. 146|
|Race, Culture, and Belonging: Who Is France?||p. 153|
|A Comparison of Cases||p. 163|
|Construction Sites: Contextual Factors in the Making of Identities||p. 169|
|Critical Sites||p. 170|
|Labor Markets||p. 178|
|Residential Space||p. 182|
|Social Institutions||p. 186|
|Daily Experience||p. 199|
|Summarizing Contextual Factors||p. 204|
|What They Bring: Group Factors in the Making of Identities||p. 211|
|Preexisting Identities||p. 212|
|Population Size||p. 215|
|Internal Differentiation||p. 218|
|Social Capital||p. 228|
|Human Capital||p. 234|
|Symbolic Repertoires||p. 236|
|Groups, Contexts, and Agendas||p. 243|
|Making Sense and Making Selves in a Changing World||p. 247|
|The Impact of Modernity||p. 247|
|Mixing and Mutiplicity||p. 250|
|Separation and Consolidation||p. 258|
|Making Sense, Making Selves, Making Others||p. 262|
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