Race and Ethnicity: Essays in Comparative Sociology

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enquiry, that the sociological and the psychological are two discrete levels of explanation.


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For a more extensive and systematic presentation of my position and critique of present trends in the field, the reader should refer to my Race and Racism ( New York: Wiley, 1967), especially Chapters 1, 6, and 7.
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Cf. ibid. The first treatment of "pluralism" in the present meaning is to be found in J. S. Furnivall, Colonial Policy and Practice ( Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1948). The approach has been used by M. G. Smith in the Caribbean and Nigeria, Leo Kuper and van den Berghe in South Africa, J. Clyde Mitchell in Central Africa, B. N. Colby and van den Berghe in Guatemala, Leo Despres in Guiana, Burton Benedict in Mauritius, and others. For a recent statement of that "school," see Leo Kuper and M. G. Smith , eds., Pluralism in Africa ( Berkeley: University of California Press, 1969).

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