Ethnic and Racial Minorities in Advanced Industrial Democracies (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
376
Utgivningsdatum
1992-04-01
Förlag
Greenwood Press
Medarbetare
Messina, Anthony M. / Fraga, Luis R.
Illustrationer
black & white illustrations
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
52:B&W 6.14 x 9.21in or 234 x 156mm (Royal 8vo) Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam
ISSN
0196-7088
ISBN
9780313272592

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This collection of essays breaks new ground in the comparative study of ethnic and racial minorities by showing that there is a common ground shared by those in advanced industrial democracies that differentiates them from Third World and communist countries. The study offers a unique synthesis of diverse views by those who have focused on long-established or ethnoregional minorities and those who have studied recent immigrant populations. The analysis of ethnic tolerance, political factors, and conflict resolution considers why ethnic and racial conflict and disadvantage endure, pointing to ways that societies are organized economically and politically and linked into the international political economy. Students and experts in comparative and minority politics, ethnic and Black studies, and sociology will benefit from the observations and conclusions about the operations of economic and political markets and how they heighten ethnic and racial inequality. The general introduction and conclusion offer theoretical overviews and point to social science paradigms concerning the role of ethnic and racial minorities in the advanced industrial democracies. Noted contributors examine immigration policy and ethnic tolerance; minorities, politics, and the state; political consciousness, organization and participation; and conflict resolution and public policy. A lengthy reference list is given. This volume will be of great interest to interdisciplinary audiences in political science, sociology/social problems, and ethnic and black studies.
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ANTHONY M. MESSINA is Associate Professor of Political Science at Tufts University. A specialist in British and German politics in the postwar era, he is the author of Race and Party Competition in Britain, along with other works. LUIS R. FRAGA is Associate Professor in the Department of Government and International Studies at the University of Notre Dame. He is the author of many articles dealing with minorities' politics, and public policy and is currently examining the success of blacks and Latinos in education policy. LAURIE A. RHODEBECK is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the State University of New York, Buffalo. She is engaged in research of political groups and racial prejudice. FREDERICK D. WRIGHT is Assistant Dean in the College of Arts and Letters and Director of the Black Studies Program at the University of Notre Dame. He specializes in research about black political development in the American south. His works include Blacks in Southern Politics (Praeger, 1987).

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Preface Introduction by Anthony M. Messina and Luis R. Fraga Immigration Policy and Ethnic Tolerance The Consequences of Immigration Policies for Immigrant Status: A British and French Comparison by Gary P. Freeman Migration to Advanced Industrial Democracies: Socioeconomic and Political Factors in the Making of Minorities in the Federal Republic of Germany by Barbara Schmitter Heisler Public Acceptance of Racial and Ethnic Minorities: A Comparative Analysis by Marilyn Hoskin and Roy Fitzgerald Sociopolitical Context and Ethnic Consciousness in France and the United States: Maghrebis and Latinos by William Safran Minorities, Politics, and the State Did Minority Gains Begin to Disappear in the 1980s? A Four Nation Study by D. John Grove Bad Politics and Bad Social Policy: A Half-Century of Isolation by Gary Klass Minority Representation and City Council Electoral Systems: A Black and Hispanic Comparison by Michael D. McDonald and Richard L. Engstrom Voting for Minority Candidates in Local British and American Elections by Donley T. Studlar and Susan Welch Political Consciousness, Organization, and Participation Minority Consciousness and Political Action: A Comparative Approach by Richard D. Shingles The Organizational and Strategic Consequences of Reaganomics among Latinos: Actual and Possible by Isidro D. Ortiz Ethnicity as a Political Tool in Britain and the Netherlands by Jan Rath and Shamit Saggar Conflict Resolution and Public Policy Territorial Devolution as a Strategy to Resolve Ethnic Conflict: Basque Self-Governance in Spain's Autonomous Community System by Robert P. Clark Language Policy and the Pursuit of Equality: Canada and the United States by Ronald J. Schmidt What Kind of Bilingualism for Canada: Personal or Territorial? The Demographic Factor by J. A. Laponce Conclusion by Laurie A. Rhodebeck References