The Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion: Controversies and Strategies for 21st Century Policy and Politics [NOOK Book]

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Assessing the limits of pluralism, this book examines different types of political inclusion and exclusion and their distinctive dimensions and dynamics.
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The Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion: Controversies and Strategies for 21st Century Policy and Politics

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Overview

Assessing the limits of pluralism, this book examines different types of political inclusion and exclusion and their distinctive dimensions and dynamics.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780203857939
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Publication date: 12/17/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 232
  • File size: 878 KB

Meet the Author

David F. Ericson is a professor in the Department of Public and International Affairs at George Mason University. His current research focuses on the centrality of slavery to the American experience.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction (David F. Ericson) Part I: Politics of Inclusion 2. Minimal Political Inclusion of Minorities at Risk: The Case of the Americas, 1870-2000 (Victor Asal) 3. Race, Nativity, and the Political Participation of Asian and Other Americans (Pei-te Lien) 4. The Home Styles of California Latino Representatives: Policy, Constituency, and Symbolic Representation (Sally Friedman and Shannon Scotece) 5. Puerto Rican Politics in New York City During the 1960s: Structural Ideation, Contingency, and Power (José E. Cruz) 6. Inclusion, Exclusion, and Citizenship (Kathleen Sullivan and Patricia Strach) Part II: Politics of Exclusion 7. The Micro-Politics of Immigration: Local Government Policies of Inclusion and Exclusion (Nadia Rubaii-Barrett) 8. Outside the Binary: Transgendered Politics on a Global Stage (Jenna Basiliere) 9. Politics and the Disabled Body: Diverse Thoughts about Human Diversity (William Roth) 10. The Conservative Attack on Affirmative Action: Toward a Legal Genealogy of Color Blindness (Julie Novkov)

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