Ethnicity in the United States: A Preliminary Reconnaissance

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Index
Abramson, Harold, 307
Abzug, Bella, 280
Acculturation, see Assimilation, and pluralism; Assimilationist theory and assimilation perspective, 306-308
Afro-Americans, see Blacks Age distribution among ethnic groups, 41, 45-46
Ahmed, Bashiruddin, 122, 140, 152
Alcohol, see Drinking behavior Alienation, 237-239
Ambivalence about ethnicity, 17-18, 28, 29, 32
American Council of Education, 323 n
An American Dilemma (Myrdal), 203 n American Indian movement, 273, 276
American Indians, as an ethnic group, 296
American Institute of Public Opinion, see Gallup Poll
American Jewish Committee, 30
American Protestantism, see Protestantism
Amoral familism, 93
Anglo conformity, 294, 305, 307
Anglo conformity perspective, 304-305
Anglo Saxon Protestants, 94-102
drinking behavior of, 97-100
as an ethnic group, 33 n, 253-270
family attitudes and behavior of, 258-267
personality characteristics of, 94-97
political participation of, 97, 102-103, 124-125, 153 n and respect for democratic process, 100 sexuality of, 97-100 Appalachian whites, as an ethnic group, 296
Arensberg, C., 163
Assimilation image, see Assimilationist theory
Assimilation and pluralism, 3-5, 14-15, 17, 18-19, 20-25, 28-32, 292-297, 304-312,
322-323
Assimilationist bias of sociology, 15-16, 253
Assimilationist theory, 18-26, 292-297
Astin, Alexander, 323n
Baby boom, and social movements of the 1960s, 274
Backlash, see White ethnic, image of
Banfield, Edward C., 15, 93, 161, 187, 322
Baptists, family attitudes and behavior of, 264-267
political participation of, 256-258
Barone, Geno, 287, 288, 289 n
Barth, Frederik, 2-3, 253
Bellow, Saul, 18
Berger, Peter, 174, 277
Beyond the Melting Pot (Glazer and
Moynihan), 19, 31
Bhatt, Anil, 122, 140, 152
Big business, ethnics and, 211
Bismarck, Otto von, 113
Black movement, 273-275, 277, 279-280, 283-284
Blacks, as an ethnic group, 296 family attitudes and behavior of, 169-171
and white ethnics, see Racial attitudes
among ethnic groups
Black separatism, 14-15, 20
Blood, R. O., 169
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, 14
Bradburn, Norman, 209
British Americans, see Anglo Saxon
Protestants
British Journal of Sociology, 13
Brown, Thomas N., 296

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