Black-white Racial Attitudes: An Annotated Bibliography

Black-white Racial Attitudes: An Annotated Bibliography

Black-white Racial Attitudes: An Annotated Bibliography

Black-white Racial Attitudes: An Annotated Bibliography

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A variety of beliefs, attitudes, and actions are described by the term "race relations." The state of the relationship between blacks and whites in the United States is often a source of concern to interested citizens because of its somewhat precarious nature. Consequently, many social scientists and others have been sensitive to the importance of attempting to describe and understand various aspects of this phenomenon.

Reuter (1970, pp. 84-95) traced the present condition of the relationship between blacks and whites in America back to earlier conditions that developed from the introduction of black Africans as slaves into the society. The slave system and social attitudes and racial doctrines formulated by whites in reaction to this system contributed to the resulting relationship.

Strong (1965, p. 34) asserted that the beginning of racial conflict in America could not be given a specific date. He suggested instead . . .

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