|1||Introduction: Why Are Racial Minorities Behind?||1|
|2||What Is Racism? The Racialized Social System Framework||21|
|3||Racial Attitudes or Racial Ideology? An Alternative Paradigm for Examining Actors' Racial Views||59|
|4||The New Racism: The Post-Civil Rights Racial Structure in the United States||89|
|5||Color-Blind Racism: Toward an Analysis of White Racial Ideology||137|
|6||Color-Blind Racism and Blacks||167|
|7||Conclusion: New Racism, New Theory, and New Struggle||193|
|About the Book||223|
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White Supremacy and Racism in the Post-Civil Rights Era based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This book was the co-winner of the 2002 Oliver Cox award given by the American Sociological Association. The book combines powerful theoretical chapters with substantive chapters describing the subtle and slippery yet effective post-civil rights' racial structure (he labels it "the new racism) and racial ideology (color blind racism) of the United States. This is a solid contribution to the area of race and ethnicity and an excellent choice for courses on racial and ethnic matters in the United States. Professors searching for challenging books on the nature of contemporary racial discourse need not look elsewhere.