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Race, Class, and Gender With Infotrac: An Anthology

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Pub. Date:
6/12/2003
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Summary

Included in RACE, CLASS, AND GENDER are 64 interdisciplinary readings. The authors provide very accessible articles that show how race, class, and gender shape people's experiences, and help students to see the issues in an analytic, as well as descriptive way. The book provides conceptual grounding in understanding race, class, and gender; it has a strong historical and sociological perspective; and it is strengthened by conceptual introductions by the authors. Students find the readings engaging and accessible, but may gain the most from the introduction sections that highlight key points and relate essential concepts. Included in the collection of readings are narratives aimed at building empathy, and articles on social issues such as prison, affirmative action, poverty, immigration, and racism, among other topics.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
About the Editors xxi
About the Contributors xxiii
Introduction 1(12)
Margaret L. Andersen
Patricia Hill Collins
Suggested Readings
13(1)
InfoTrac College Edition: Search Terms
13(1)
InfoTrac College Edition: Bonus Reading
14(1)
Wadsworth Sociology Resource Center: Virtual Society
14(1)
I Shifting the Center
15(8)
Introduction
15(8)
Margaret L. Andersen
Patricia Hill Collins
SHIFTING THE CENTER
23(52)
Missing People and Others: Joining Together to Expand the Circle
23(5)
Arturo Madrid
La Guera
28(7)
Cherrie Moraga
Report from the Bahamas
35(9)
June Jordan
Angry Women Are Building: Issues and Struggles Facing American Indian Women Today
44(4)
Paula Gunn Allen
Oppression
48(3)
Marilyn Frye
A Different Mirror
51(13)
Ronald T. Takaki
Age, Race, Class, and Sex: Women Redefining Difference
64(11)
Audre Lorde
Thinking Further
72(1)
Suggested Readings
72(1)
InfoTrac College Edition: Search Terms
72(1)
InfoTrac College Edition: Bonus Reading
72(1)
Wadsworth Sociology Resource Center: Virtual Society
73(2)
II Conceptualizing Race, Class, and Gender
75(24)
Introduction
75(24)
Margaret L. Andersen
Patricia Hill Collins
RACE AND RACISM
99(28)
Something about the Subject Makes It Hard to Name
99(4)
Gloria Yamato
White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack
103(5)
Peggy McIntosh
Of Race and Risk
108(3)
Patricia J. Williams
Seeing More Than Black and White
111(6)
Elizabeth Martinez
What White Supremacists Taught a Jewish Scholar about Identity
117(4)
Abby L. Ferber
Race Matters
121(6)
Cornel West
CLASS AND INEQUALITY
127(39)
Economic Apartheid in America
127(13)
Chuck Collins
Felice Veskel
Tired of Playing Monopoly?
140(9)
Donna Langston
Wealth Matters
149(5)
Dalton Conley
Poverty as Race, Power, and Wealth
154(4)
James Jennings
Louis Kushnick
Black Picket Fences: Privilege and Peril among the Black Middle Class
158(8)
Mary Pattillo-McCoy
GENDER AND SEXISM
166(49)
Gender through the Prism of Difference
166(9)
Maxine Baca Zinn
Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo
Michael A. Messner
Ideological Racism and Cultural Resistance: Constructing Our Own Images
175(9)
Yen Le Espiritu
A White Woman of Color
184(6)
Julia Alvarez
Masculinities and Athletic Careers
190(13)
Michael Messner
Just Choices: Women of Color, Reproductive Health, and Human Rights
203(12)
Loretta J. Ross
Sarah L. Brownlee
Dazon Dixon Diallo
Luz Rodriquez
Thinking Further
213(1)
Suggested Readings
213(1)
InfoTrac College Edition: Search Terms
213(1)
InfoTrac College Edition: Bonus Reading
214(1)
Wadsworth Sociology Resource Center: Virtual Society
214(1)
III Rethinking Institutions
215(13)
Introduction
215(13)
Margaret L. Andersen
Patricia Hill Collins
WORK AND ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION
228(38)
Race, Class, Gender, and Women's Works
228(9)
Teresa Amott
Julie Matthaei
The Indignities of Unemployment
237(2)
Kenneth W. Brown
``Soft'' Skills and Race
239(9)
Philip Moss
Chris Tilly
The Invisible Poor
248(9)
Katherine S. Newman
Domestica
257(9)
Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo
FAMILIES
266(44)
Our Mothers' Grief: Racial-Ethnic Women and the Maintenance of Families
266(14)
Bonnie Thornton Dill
The Diversity of American Families
280(7)
Eleanor Palo Stoller
Rose Campbell Gibson
Countering the Conspiracy to Ignore Black Girls
287(8)
Robin D. G. Kelley
Racial Safety and Cultural Maintenance: The Child Care Concerns of Employed Mothers of Color
295(9)
Lynet Uttal
Straight Is to Gay as Family Is to No Family
304(6)
Kath Weston
CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS AND THE PRODUCTION OF IDEAS
310(44)
Racist Stereotyping in the English Language
310(11)
Robert B. Moore
Crimes against Humanity
321(8)
Ward Churchill
Media Magic: Making Class Invisible
329(8)
Gregory Mantsios
The Myth of the Latin Woman: I Just Met a Girl Named Maria
337(5)
Judith Ortiz Cofer
Gladiators, Gazelles, and Groupies: Basketball Love and Loathing
342(6)
Julianne Malveaux
Taking Multicultural, Antiracist Education Seriously: An Interview with Enid Lee
348(6)
Barbara Miner
STATE INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIAL POLICY
354(41)
The First Americans: American Indians
354(7)
C. Matthew Snipp
Can Education Eliminate Race, Class, and Gender Inequality?
361(10)
Roslyn Arlin Mickelson
Stephen Samuel Smith
Welfare Reform, Family Hardship, and Women of Color
371(8)
Linda Burnham
Aid to Dependent Corporations: Exposing Federal Handouts to the Wealthy
379(4)
Chuck Collins
Policing the National Body: Sex, Race, and Criminalization
383(12)
Jael Silliman
Thinking Further
393(1)
Suggested Readings
393(1)
Info Trac College Edition: Search Terms
393(1)
InfoTrac College Edition: Bonus Reading
394(1)
Wadsworth Sociology Resource Center: Virtual Society
394(1)
IV Applying the Framework
395(15)
Introduction
395(15)
Margaret L. Andersen
Patricia Hill Collins
ETHNICITY AND MIGRATION
410(38)
``Is This a White Country, or What?''
410(8)
Lillian Rubin
Optional Ethnicities: For Whites Only?
418(9)
Mary C. Waters
``Mexicanness'' in New York: Migrants Seek New Place in Old Racial Order
427(6)
Robert Smith
Migration and Vietnamese American Women: Remaking Ethnicity
433(8)
Nazli Kibria
Chappals and Gym Shorts: An Indian Muslim Woman in the Land of Oz
441(7)
Almas Sayeed
SEXUALITY
448(35)
The Gender of Sexuality
448(7)
Pepper Schwartz
Virginia Rutter
Black Sexuality: The Taboo Subject
455(6)
Cornel West
Where Has Gay Liberation Gone? An Interview with Barbara Smith
461(4)
Amy Gluckman
Betsy Reed
Globalizing Sex Workers' Rights
465(9)
Kamala Kempadoo
Getting Off on Feminism
474(9)
Jason Schultz
VIOLENCE
483(28)
The Harm That Has No Name: Street Harassment, Embodiment, and African American Women
483(11)
Deirdre E. Davis
More Power Than We Want: Masculine Sexuality and Violence
494(5)
Bruce Kokopeli
George Lakey
Just Walk on By: A Black Man Ponders His Power to Alter Public Space
499(3)
Brent Staples
Where Race and Gender Meet: Racism, Hate Crimes, and Pornography
502(4)
Helen Zia
How Safe Is America?
506(5)
Desiree Taylor
Thinking Further
509(1)
Suggested Readings
509(1)
InfoTrac College Edition: Search Terms
509(1)
InfoTrac College Edition: Bonus Reading
510(1)
Wadsworth Sociology Resource Center: Virtual Society
510(1)
V Making a Difference
511(8)
Introduction
511(8)
Margaret L. Andersen
Patricia Hill Collins
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
519(44)
Women of Color on the Front Line
519(11)
Celene Krauss
``Whosoever'' Is Welcome Here: An Interview with Reverend Edwin C. Sanders II
530(7)
Gary David Comstock
From the Ground Up
537(5)
Charon Asetoyer
Having the Tools at Hand: Building Successful Multicultural Social Justice Organizations
542(10)
John Anner
Can I Get a Witness? Testimony from a Hip Hop Feminist
552(11)
Shani Jamila
Thinking Further
560(1)
Suggested Readings
560(1)
InfoTrac College Edition: Search Terms
560(1)
InfoTrac College Edition: Bonus Reading
561(1)
Wadsworth Sociology Resource Center: Virtual Society
561(2)
Index 563


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