Face to Face: The Changing State of Racism across America

By James Waller | Go to book overview

Index
ABC News surveys, 93, 130
Aboriginal Australians, 138
Abstract principles, 108-109
Accentuation effect, 177
Acquaintance potential, 211
Advanced degrees, 64, 88
Advertisements
print, 72-73
television, 73
Affirmative action, 50, 108, 109, 126, 127-135
definition of, 127-129
equal opportunity distinguished from, 127, 129
future of, 134-135
lawsuits pertaining to, 4, 130, 133-134
reasons for vehemence of public reaction to, 129-134
self-esteem and, 149-150
Affirmative Discrimination ( Glazer), 2-3
African-Americans, 13, 14-16, 55; see also Slavery
affirmative action and, 129-130, 133-134
automatic cognitive processing and, 182-183
business ownership in, 49, 63
cancer in, 155
collection of survey data on, 58
community support for, 213
crime and, 121
cultural racism and, 50
definitions of race and, 43-45
discrimination and, 35-36
economic indicators for, 63, 80, 81, 82-85
educational attainment in, 64, 65, 85, 86, 87-88, 89, 90, 91
financial costs of racism and, 152-153
general social well-being in, 65-66, 91-92
generational differences in, 99-100
historical overview of, 21-22
hypertension in, 154-155
immigration restriction favored by, 110
indifference toward, 94
institutional racism and, 48
justice system and, 158-161
just-world phenomenon and, 186-187
measures of racist stereotypes and attitudes toward, 59, 70-71
media depiction of, 61-62, 72-73, 75, 76-77
mistrust and, 93-94
modern racism and, 135-136
mortality rates in, 156-157
national organizations for, 221-222
neighborhood composition and, 95
number/percentage of in population, 22

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