Ethnic Relations in the United States

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Ethnic Relations IN THE UNITED STATES

Edward C. McDonagh Associate Professor of Sociology University of Southern California

and

Eugene S. Richards Chairman, Division of Social Sciences Texas Southern Univeriity

New York APPLETON-CENTURY-CROFTS, INC.

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Table of contents

  • Appleton - Century-Crofts Sociology Series ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Tables xiii
  • I - Understanding Ethnic Relations 1
  • I - Race and Ethnic Minorities 3
  • Summary 24
  • II - Ethnic Prejudice 27
  • Selected Readings 29
  • III - Sources of Ethnic Attitudes 45
  • Summary 68
  • Selected Readings 69
  • IV - Patterns of Ethnic Adjustment 70
  • A Race-Relations Cycle 83
  • Summary 86
  • Selected Readings 90
  • II - Analyzing Ethnic Relations 93
  • V - The Negro in the South 95
  • Selected Readings 125
  • VI- The Negro in the North and West Introduction 126
  • Summary 147
  • VII - Jews 150
  • Anti-Semitism in New York City 154
  • VII - Mexicans 174
  • IX - Indians 201
  • The Federal Government And The Indian 211
  • Summary 227
  • X - Japanese 230
  • Summary 235
  • XI - Chinese 260
  • XII - European Immigrants 288
  • The Problem of the Negro And European Immigrant Minorities 297
  • Selected Readings 314
  • III - Improving Ethnic Relations 315
  • XIII - Research in Ethnic Relations 317
  • Research in Intergroup Relations 328
  • Selected Readings 346
  • XIV - Selected Programs for Improving Ethnic Relations 347
  • Builders of Brotherhood 348
  • Adult Education and the Improvement Of Race Relations 370
  • Selected Readings 374
  • XV - Trends in Ethnic Relations 381
  • Selected Readings 396
  • Glossary 397
  • Name Index 399
  • Subject Index 403
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