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Racism an American Cauldron
Christopher Bates Doob
by Harpercollins College Div
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||228|
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Using a powerful and direct writing style, the book uses two decisive levels of analysis: the broad macro-level analysis of forces producing racism and the mi This brief paperback text provides an analysis of racism, not race relations.4/5(8).
Using a powerful and direct writing style, Racism uses two decisive levels of analysis the broad macro-level analysis of forces producing racism, and the micro-level focus on case-study material demonstrating the intimate workings of racist : $ Additional Physical Format: Online version: Doob, Christopher Bates.
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Since the s, Christopher B. Doob has taught sociology at Southern Connecticut State University. His published works include Sociology: An Introduction (six editions); Social Problems; Race, Ethnicity, and the Urban American Mainstream; and Racism: An American Cauldron, the second edition of which received a Myers Center Award for the Study of Human s: 1.
Since the s, Christopher B. Doob has taught sociology at Southern Connecticut State University. His published works include Sociology: An Introduction (six editions); Social Problems; Race, Ethnicity, and the Urban American Mainstream; and Racism: An American Cauldron, the second edition of which received a Myers Center Award for the Study of Human Rights.
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