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Sara Miller McCune founded SAGE Publishing in 1965 to support. the dissemination of usable knowledge and educate a global. community SAGE publishes more than 1000 journals and over. 800 new books each year spanning a wide range of subject areas. Our growing selection of library products includes archives data. case studies and video SAGE remains majority owned by our. founder and after her lifetime will become owned by a charitable. trust that secures the company s continued independence. Los Angeles London New Delhi Singapore Washington DC Melbourne. Copyright 2018 by SAGE Publications Inc, This work may not be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means without express written permission of the publisher. Social Construction, Intersectionality, and Inequality. Rodney D Coates, Miami University of Ohio, Abby L Ferber. University of Colorado Colorado Springs, David L Brunsma. Virginia Tech, Copyright 2018 by SAGE Publications Inc.
This work may not be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means without express written permission of the publisher. FOR INFORMATION Copyright 2018 by SAGE Publications Inc. SAGE Publications Inc All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced or. 2455 Teller Road utilized in any form or by any means electronic or mechanical. including photocopying recording or by any information storage. Thousand Oaks California 91320, and retrieval system without permission in writing from the. E mail order sagepub com publisher, SAGE Publications Ltd. 1 Oliver s Yard Printed in the United States of America. 55 City Road, London EC1Y 1SP, United Kingdom, ISBN 978 1 4522 0269 3. SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, B 1 I 1 Mohan Cooperative Industrial Area. Mathura Road New Delhi 110 044 or, SAGE Publications Asia Pacific Pte Ltd.
3 Church Street, 10 04 Samsung Hub, Singapore 049483. Acquisitions Editor Jeff Lasser This book is printed on acid free paper. Editorial Assistant Adeline Wilson, Content Development Editor Sarah Dillard. Production Editor Andrew Olson, Copy Editor Judy Selhorst. Typesetter C M Digitals P Ltd, Proofreader Caryne Brown. Indexer Teddy Diggs, Cover Designer Gail Buschman, Marketing Manager Kara Kindstrom 17 18 19 20 21 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1.
Copyright 2018 by SAGE Publications Inc, This work may not be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means without express written permission of the publisher. n n BRIEF CONTENTS, ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xiii, ABOUT THE AUTHORS xvi. PART I INTRODUCTION TO RACE AND THE SOCIAL MATRIX 1. Chapter 1 Race and the Social Construction of Difference 2. Chapter 2 The Shaping of a Nation The Social Construction of Race in America 46. PART II THE MATRIX PERSPECTIVE ON SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS 77. Chapter 3 The Social Construction and Regulation of Families 78. Chapter 4 Work and Wealth Inequality 114, Chapter 5 Health Medicine and Health Care 156. Chapter 6 Education 194, Chapter 7 Crime Law and Deviance 228. Chapter 8 Power Politics and Identities 268, Chapter 9 Sports and the American Dream 302.
Chapter 10 The Military War and Terrorism 332, Conclusion 370. GLOSSARY 372, REFERENCES 380, Copyright 2018 by SAGE Publications Inc. This work may not be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means without express written permission of the publisher. n n n n DETAILED CONTENTS, PREFACE x Chapter 2 The Shaping of a Nation The. Social Construction of Race in America 46, ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xiii. Race Today Adapting and Evolving 48, ABOUT THE AUTHORS xvi Changing Demographics 48.
The Influence of a, Changing World 51, PART I INTRODUCTION TO RACE Revising the Experience of Work. AND THE SOCIAL MATRIX 1 Gender and Race 52, Sources of Change and Diversity 52. Chapter 1 Race and the Social, The Evolving Narrative of. Construction of Difference 2, Popular Culture 53, The Social Construction of Race 4. The Impact of Social Media and, Defining Race 5, Technology 53.
Constructing Race around the World 6 Indigenous Peoples The Americas. Constructing Race in the United States 8, or before Columbus 54. The Role of Ethnicity 14 The Earliest Americans 55. Racial and Ethnic Compositions A Rich History 56, in the Future 19 Discovery and Encounters The Shaping. The Social Matrix of Race 22 of Our Storied Past 58. Race Is Inherently Social 24 Understanding Colonialism 58. Race Is a Narrative 25 Spanish Colonialism 1492 59. Racial Identity Is Relational French Colonialism 1534 62. and Intersectional 28 British Colonialism 1587 65, Race Is Institutional and Structural 29 Borderlands and Frontiers 68. We Are Active Agents in the Matrix 30 The U S Matrix and Intersectionality. The Operation of Racism 31 Where Do We Go from Here 71. Prejudice and Discrimination 31 Investigating Institutions and. Racism 32 Their Narratives 71, Understanding Privilege 34 Examining Intersecting. Identities 71, Our Stories 36, Analyzing Historical Roots and.
Geographic Differences 71, Appraising Difference Resistance. Dave 42 and Transformation 72, Key Terms 43 Key Terms 74. Chapter Summary 44 Chapter Summary 74, Copyright 2018 by SAGE Publications Inc. This work may not be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means without express written permission of the publisher. PART II THE MATRIX PERSPECTIVE A Disappearing Social Safety Net 122. ON SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS 77 Race Recession and Recovery 125. The Wage Gap and Occupational, Chapter 3 The Social Construction Segregation 128. and Regulation of Families 78 Theories of Economic Inequality 130. Historical Regulation of the Family 80 Neoliberal Theory 130. Early Families 80 Marxist Theories 132, Domesticity The Emergence of the Applying the Matrix to the History of.
Ideology of Separate Spheres 83 Economic Inequality in the United States 133. The Legacy of Immigration 84, The Shifting Organization of. Changing Families Changing Work and Wealth 134, Attitudes 88 The Effects of Social Policy 137. Family Inequality Theories 89 Transforming the Story of Race and. Stock Stories and Assimilation 89 Economic Inequality 141. Concealed Stories The Legacy Workplace Discrimination 142. of Slavery 92, or Immigration Stories 145, Applying the Pathology Narrative to Many Stories Lead to Many Solutions 149. Latino a Families 94, Transforming a History of, Family Inequality through the Matrix Lens 96 Wealth Inequality 152. Women s Concealed Stories 97 Key Terms 153, Invisible Fathers 99 Chapter Summary 153.
Oppression and Privilege Support, for White Families 100 Chapter 5 Health Medicine. and Health Care 156, The Socialization of Children 103. Patterns of Inequality in Health, Transforming the Ideal Family Narrative 104. and Health Care 158, When the Ideal Family Is Not Ideal 105. Traditional Healing 159, Transmigration 105, Modern Medicine and Discrimination 160.
New Reproductive Technologies 106, The Social Construction of Fit. Interracial Marriage 107 and Unfit Bodies 162, LGBT Families 109 Theorizing Inequality in Health. Key Terms 112 and Health Care 168, Chapter Summary 112 Historical Advances in Health. and Life Expectancy 169, Chapter 4 Work and Wealth Inequality 114 The Role of Objectivity in Medicine 170. Recent Trends in Work and Wealth 116 Applying the Matrix to Health. Increasing Inequality 116 Inequity and Inequality 171. Economic Restructuring and An Intersectional Approach to. Changing Occupations 120 Health and Health Care 172. Copyright 2018 by SAGE Publications Inc, This work may not be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means without express written permission of the publisher.
A Legacy of Mistrust 181 Chapter 7 Crime Law and Deviance 228. The Role of Place and A History of Race Crime and Punishment 230. Environmental Racism 182 Building a Foundation of Whiteness 231. The Human Genome Project 184 A Legacy of Racial Profiling 235. Resisting and Transforming Inequality in Sociological Stock Theories of Crime. Health and Health Care 186 and Deviance 237, Urban American Indian Health Care 186 Biosocial Theories of Deviance 238. Race Reproduction and the Ecological Perspectives on Crime 239. Women s Health Movement 187, Applying the Matrix to Crime. A Path to the Future 190, and Deviance 242, Key Terms 192 The Spaces and Places of. Chapter Summary 193 Crime and Deviance 243, The Structure and Context of. Chapter 6 Education 194, Crime and Deviance 245, The Shaping of the Matrix of U S Education 196.
Identifying Types of Crime 252, Education Today 197 or Transforming the Narrative of Race. A Short History 200 Crime and Deviance 260, Theories of Education 205 Scientific Advances 262. Social Functional Theory Education Alternatives to Incarceration 263. as a Socialization Process 205, Emphasizing Choice 263. Human Capital Theory Education, Adjusting the Narrative of. as Skills Acquisition 205, Race and Deviance 264, Examining the Concealed Story of Race.
Key Terms 265, and Education through the Matrix 207. Chapter Summary 265, Education as a Conversion Tool 208. Education as a Site of, Class Construction 209 Chapter 8 Power Politics and Identities 268. Education as a Means of Contemporary Political Identities 270. Creating Workers 210 Understanding the Electorate 270. Education as a Citizen Machine 212 Regional Differences 270. Education Race and The Role of Race Class and Gender 273. Intersectional Realities 214 Analyzing the 2016, Alternative Educational Movements Presidential Election 274. and the Future of Education 223 Critiquing Sociological Theories. Imagining New Educations 223 of Power Politics and Identity 276. Education as a Human Right 225 The Pluralist Approach 277. Key Terms 226 The Power Elite Model 278, Chapter Summary 227 The Class Approach 280.
Copyright 2018 by SAGE Publications Inc, This work may not be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means without express written permission of the publisher. Applying the Matrix of Race to Key Terms 330, U S Political History 282 Chapter Summary 330. Building a Nation s Identity 283, Civil War and Its Aftermath 287 Chapter 10 The Military War. The Rise of Coalitional Politics and and Terrorism 332. Social Movements 290 Class Gender and Race in the, Building Alternatives to the Matrix U S Military 334. of Race and Politics 292 Socioeconomics and Recruiting 336. The Power of Political Activism 293, Gender and Enlistment 336.
Creating Change 296 Racial Minority Representation 337. Key Terms 299 Military Sociology Stock Theories 339. Chapter Summary 299 Functionalism 339, Chapter 9 Sports and the Symbolic Interactionism 342. American Dream 302 Monopoly and Materialist, Perspectives 342. The State of Sport Today 304 or Applying the Matrix Approach to U S. The Sports Industry 304, Military History War and Terrorism 345. Sports Media 305, Revolutionary War 346, Players and Coaches 308. Wars and Native Americans 348, Examining Stock Sociological.
Civil War 351, Theories of Sport 310, World War II 354. The Nature Perspective 311, Vietnam War 359, The Nurture Perspective 312. Wars on Terrorism 361, The Functions of Sport 315, A More Inclusive Future 365. Identity through Competition 316, Strength through Diversity 365. Applying the Matrix to Sports in the, United States 316 World Security through.
Sustainable Economies 366, Analyzing Space and Place Early. American Sports Narratives 317 Key Terms 367, Institutionalizing Sport Chapter Summary 368. Industrialization Immigration, and Team Sports 319 Conclusion 370. Identities and Resistance 321, Creating a New Playing Field 325 GLOSSARY 372. The Role of Agency and Resistance 325, Closing the Athlete Graduation Gap 326 REFERENCES 380.
Creating Change 328 INDEX 448, Copyright 2018 by SAGE Publications Inc. This work may not be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means without express written permission of the publisher. n n n n PREFACE, A lmost 16 years ago the three of us Rodney. Abby and Dave began a series of conversa, tions that led ultimately to the production of this. prevailing logic that racism and ethnic discrimination. are bad and multiculturalism diversity and integration. are good Since the terrorist attacks on New York, volume The Matrix of Race Social Construction City and the Pentagon on September 11 2001 there. Intersectionality and Inequality Two events has also been increased attention given to the chang. separated by more than 7 years served as stimuli ing nature of racism particularly as many additional. for these conversations These events not quite groups have now become racialized such as. bookends but rather landmarks served to high Muslims and other Middle Easterners Similarly. light the need for such conversations The first of increased attention has been paid post 9 11 to issues. these events was 9 11 with all of its associated such as immigration assimilation racial profiling. terror the second was the election in November terrorism domestic security and globalization The. 2008 of the first African American to the presi election of Barack Obama was heralded by many as. dency of the United States Collectively these evidence that we the United States had made a sig. landmarks and the events surrounding them nificant step toward if not actually arrive. Defining Race 5 Constructing Race around the World 6 Constructing Race in the United States 8 The Role of Ethnicity 14 Racial and Ethnic Compositions in the Future 19 The Social Matrix of Race 22 Race Is Inherently Social 24 Race Is a Narrative 25 Racial Identity Is Relational and Intersectional 28 Race Is Institutional and Structural

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