Race and Ethnicity: Essays in Comparative Sociology

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Index
acculturation (see assimilation, cultural)
Adams, Richard N., 132n, 135n, 150n
African National Congress, 246, 251, 288
Africans, 5, 6, 12, 13, 14, 26, 37, 68-78, 88-93, 177, 178-183, 188-209, 210-223, 229-230, 232-235, 246-247, 250-253, 256n,268, 279, 286, 298, 302n
African Socialism, 157
Afrikaans, 253, 254, 255, 256n
Afrikaners, 15, 73, 87, 88, 164, 175-178, 188-209, 226-228, 235, 243n, 252-253, 256n
Afro-Americans, 12, 29, 31, 42, 47-48, 59, 60, 62, 69, 73, 100, 129, 272
Afro-Brazilians, 59, 97-106
Agar-Hamilton, J. A. I., 186n
Aguirre Beltrán, Gonzalo, 133n, 134n, 135n, 146, 149, 150n, 152n
Ainu, 37
Alaska, 72
"albinocracy," 76
Algeria, 75
All-Africa Convention, 251
Allport, Gordon W., 7, 31, 40n, 51n, 131n, 135n, 197, 208n, 209n
Alsop, M. H., 65n
Amazon, 68
American Dilemma, 102
Andes, 68, 74
Anglicanism, 199, 250
Anglo-Boer Wars, 49, 248
Anglo-Saxons, 43, 69
Angola, 5, 70, 71, 75, 212
anthropology, 12, 85, 137, 146, 294
anti-Semitism, 27, 30, 31, 33, 136n, 197, 296; see also Jews
apartheid, 49, 50, 70, 81, 84, 89, 169, 170, 173-187, 210-223, 247, 252-253, 269, 271, 285, 293; see also discrimination, segregation and racism
Arabs, 169, 277, 278, 300n
Argentina, 72
armed forces, 44, 156, 179
Aryans, 37
ascription, status, 40n
Asian Association, 289
Asians, 31, 37, 75, 83, 282; see also Indians, East
assimilation, cultural, 68-78, 85- 86, 127-131, 138-139, 143-150, 151n, 249-250, 261-275, 280, 282, 283
atajador, 116
attitudes, racial, 97-106, 188-209, 281
Australia, 293, 299
authoritarian personality, 24, 31
autonomy, functional, 84-85
Azevedo, Thales de, 106n
Bacon, Alice M., 65n
Bahia, Salvador de, 102, 103
Bahutu, 26, 37
Balandier, Georges, 7, 79, 90n, 91n
Bales, R. F., 52n
Bantu, 37, 177, 227, 250, 252
Bantu Education Department, 253
Bantustans, 179, 181, 182, 210- 223, 253
Baroco, J., 131n
Barron, Milton L., 65n, 67n
Barth, E. T., 150n
Bastide, Roger, 7, 25, 40n, 69, 77n, 97-106
Beals, Ralph L., 134n
Belgium, 3, 4, 5, 8, 14, 15, 76

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction 3
  • Notes 17
  • Part I - General and Theoretical 19
  • 1 - Paternalistic Versus Competitive Race Relations: an Ideal-Type Approach 21
  • Notes 39
  • 2 - Distance Mechanisms of Stratification 42
  • 3 - Hypergamy, Hypergenation, and Miscegenation 54
  • Summary 63
  • Notes 63
  • 4 - Racialism and Assimilation in Africa and the Americas 68
  • Notes 77
  • 5 - Toward a Sociology of Africa 79
  • Part II - The Americas 95
  • 6 - Stereotypes, Norms, and Interracial Behavior in São Paulo, Brazil 97
  • Notes 105
  • 7 - Ethnic Relations in Southeastern Mexico 107
  • 8 - Ethnic Membership and Cultural Change in Guatemala 137
  • Conclusion 149
  • Notes 150
  • Part III - South Africa 153
  • 9 - Research in South Africa: The Story of My Experiences with Tyranny 155
  • Notes 171
  • 10 - Apartheid, Fascism, and the Golden Age 173
  • 11 - Race Attitudes in Durban, South Africa 188
  • Summary 206
  • Notes 207
  • 12 - Racial Segregation in South Africa: Degrees and Kinds 210
  • 13 - Miscegenation in South Africa 224
  • Summary 239
  • Notes 241
  • 14 - Language and Nationalism in South Africa 244
  • Part IV - The Indian Diaspora 259
  • 15 - Indians in Natal and Fiji: a "Controlled Experiment" in Culture Contact 261
  • Notes 274
  • 16 - Asians in East and South Africa 276
  • Index 304
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