Race and Ethnic Conflict: Contending Views on Prejudice, Discrimination, and Ethnoviolence

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ioral effects of riding on a bus. In an analogous and similarly specious fashion, the opponents of "political correctness" argue for their own freedom from bigotry and their concern with academic freedom. They see campus programs for the reduction of ethnoviolence as unnecessary, and they redefine as bigots the advocates of ethnic and feminist studies and multiculturalism in curricula. As conservatives manipulate the campus political process, the activists in the movements for equality and multiculturalism are becoming the new targets of ethnoviolence.


NOTES

This paper was first presented, in part, at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association in Cincinnati, Ohio, August 1991. An abridged and revised version was presented to the National Conference on Racial and Ethnic Relations in American Higher Education in San Francisco, California, June 1992. An updated and expanded version was published in the first edition of this anthology. The version published here has been further updated and revised ( December 1997).


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