Commemorating Brown: The Social Psychology of Racism and Discrimination

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2007-12-01

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Univ. of Kansas, Lawrence. Offers a critical retrospective on the role of psychological research in the fight against racism and discrimination. Includes organized psychology's efforts to influence the supreme court on matters of race and education. For psychologists.

Table of Contents

Contributorsp. xi
Series Forewordp. xiii
Commemorating Brown: Psychology as a Force for Liberationp. 3
Organized Psychology's Efforts to Influence the Supreme Court on Matters of Race and Educationp. 25
Still a Long Way to Go: American Black-White Relations Todayp. 45
Brown and Intergroup Relations: Reclaiming a Lost Opportunityp. 63
Legacies of Brown: Success and Failure in Social Science Research on Racismp. 79
From Kansas to Michigan: The Path From Desegregation to Diversityp. 99
Sense of Commonality in Values Among Racial-Ethnic Groups: An Opportunity for a New Conception of Integrationp. 115
The American Color Line 50 Years After Brown v. Board: Many "Peoples of Color" or Black Exceptionalism?p. 133
The Pernicious Relationship Between Merit Assessment and Discrimination in Educationp. 153
The Psychology of Invisibilityp. 173
Desegregating the Self: Transcending Identity Politics in South Africap. 195
Beyond Prejudice: Toward a Sociocultural Psychology of Racism and Oppressionp. 215
Author Indexp. 247
Subject Indexp. 257
About the Editorsp. 269
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