Rethinking Today's Minorities

Rethinking Today's Minorities

Rethinking Today's Minorities

Rethinking Today's Minorities

Synopsis

The characteristics of minorities in the United States have changed over the past 20 years. Today's better-educated, more highly skilled immigrants must blend with more acculturated minority groups in an effort to achieve assimilation while still preserving the diversity of many ethnic heritages. This concept is one focus of Rethinking Today's Minorities, a collection of essays by some of the nation's foremost experts in the field of intergroup relations. The book offers new conceptual overviews by which to compare and evaluate acculturation. The study provides background material and suggests policy changes and programs for social action designed to address the needs of minority groups.
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