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Race and Ethnicity
Sociology in Action

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September 2021 | 416 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc

The authors are proud sponsors of the 2020 SAGE Keith Roberts Teaching Innovations Award—enabling graduate students and early career faculty to attend the annual ASA pre-conference teaching and learning workshop.

Race and Ethnic Relations: Sociology in Action is an innovative survey text for undergraduate Race/Ethnicity courses. Like the other "Sociology in Action" volumes, this book is built around thoughtful learning activities that encourage collaboration, application, self-directed learning, and learning by example. The chapters are written by contributing authors who are scholars in their assigned subjects, public sociologists, and instructors who practice active learning in their own classrooms. Along with a core set of chapters that examine one major racial/ethnic minority at a time, the text also investigates topics from the most current race scholarship, such as White ethnicity/White privilege, how racism hurts everyone in society, and how we can dismantle systemic racism.



Sarah Becker, Ifeyinwa F. Davis, and Crystal Paul
Chapter 1. Looking at Race and Ethnicity—and Power
Stacye Blount
Chapter 2. Identifying Racism Throughout U.S. History
Katya Salmi
Chapter 3. Recognizing Systemic Racism as a Global Issue
Kathleen Odell Korgen
Chapter 4. Recognizing How Social Institutions Support Racism
Nikki Khanna
Chapter 5. Cultural Supports for Systemic Racism in the United States
Kathleen Odell Korgen
Chapter 6. American Indians and Alaska Natives: Surviving Genocide
Daniel Herda
Chapter 7. Defining, Attaining, and Benefitting From Whiteness
Richard Maurice Smith
Chapter 8. Black Americans: Facing Slavery and Fighting for Justice
SunAh M. Laybourn
Chapter 9. Forever Foreigners? Asian American Ethnic Groups
María Isabel Ayala
Chapter 10. Understanding Latinxs’ Presence in the United States
Bradley Zopf
Chapter 11. Jewish, Arab, and Muslim Americans: Experiencing Ethnocentrism as Racism
Naliyah Kaya
Chapter 12. Challenging and Changing Racial Categories? Interracial Marriage and Multiracial Americans
David Luke
Chapter 13. How Racism Hurts and Antiracism Helps Everyone
Michael L. Rosino
Chapter 14. Dismantling Systemic Racism

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