Multiculturalism and Intergroup Relations

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INDEX
Acculturation: Asian Americans, 107; ethnic identification, 131-134; extrinsic assimilation, 109; Jews to Israel, 123
Affirmative action, ix, 4-8; educational programs, 5; government initiatives, 4; legislation, 6; media efforts, 4; racism, 4
Aged: ethnicity and income, 110; income differences/sources, 98-100; labour force activity, 92-94; retirement patterns, 93-98
Aging: adjustment of Japanese Americans, 78-85; age-grading, 84; demographic trends, 73-74; effects of institutional victimization, 75; status loss, 85; theories of, 77-78, 79, 82-83, 85-86, 90; western/ eastern views of, 84-85
Aging and multiculturalism, 73-88
Alien Labour Act, 80
Asian Americans: income, 99, 110; model minority, 104; myth of the model minority, 110; paragons of performance, 107, 110; prejudice, 111; public attitudes, 107-108
Assimilation, 57; theory of, 57
Black Power, 153-154
Book 4: Report of the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism, 9, 13-14, 16-17; assumptions of, 11-15; contributions of ethnic groups, 11-12; creation of, 12; history of, 9; intentions of, 10; symbolic recognition of ethnic groups, 16-17; terms of reference, 147-148
Charter of Rights and Freedoms, 1-4; discrimination, ix, 1; diversity and affirmative actions, 4; individual versus group rights, x; sections 15 and 27, 1-2
Chinese: Exclusion Act ( 1882), 113; middlemen minorities, 120; public attitudes, 113-114; racial distinctiveness, 116
Cultural Pluralism, 143-144; pluralistic system, vii; versus cultural assimilation, 143-144

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