The Meaning of Difference: American Constructions of Race and Ethnicity; Sex and Gender; Social Class; Sexuality; and Disability (7th Edition)

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Karen E. Rosenblum, Toni-Michelle C. Travis

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McGraw-Hill Education; 7th edition

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560 page

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English

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78027020

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How do many categories of people come to be seen as “different”? What does difference mean at the level of the individual; social institutions; or society? How does being “different” affect people’s lives? What difference does “difference” make? The Meaning of Difference: American Constructions of Race and Ethnicity; Sex and Gender; Social Class; Sexuality; and Disability; 7th Edition; (PDF) offers a conceptual structure and up-to-date readings on the differences distinctive to American life ― differences of race and ethnicity; social class; sexuality; sex and gender; and disability.

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book-author

Karen E. Rosenblum, Toni-Michelle C. Travis

publisher

McGraw-Hill Education; 7th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

560 page

language

English

asin

B00VF63LT0

isbn10

78027020

isbn13

9780078027024

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Title Page……Page 1
Copyright Page……Page 2
ABOUT THE AUTHORS……Page 3
Contents……Page 5
Preface……Page 11
SECTION I— CONSTRUCTING CATEGORIES OF DIFFERENCE……Page 17
WHAT IS RACE? WHAT IS ETHNICITY?……Page 18
1. “Race” and the Construction of Human Identity Audrey Smedley……Page 67
2. Who Is Black? One Nation’s Defi nition F. James Davis……Page 77
3. The Evolution of Identity The Washington Post……Page 86
4. Real Indians: Identity and the Survival of Native America Eva Marie Garroutte……Page 87
5. An Interlocking Panethnicity: The Negotiation of Multiple Identities among Asian American Social Movement Leaders Dana Y. Nakano……Page 96
6. Latino Racial Choices: The Effects of Skin Colour and Discrimination on Latinos’ and Latinas’ Racial Self-Identifi cations Tanya Golash-Boza and William Darity, Jr…….Page 105
7. Whiteness as an “Unmarked” Cultural Category Ruth Frankenberg……Page 117
8. Plus Ça Change . . . ? Multiraciality and the Dynamics of Race Relations in the United States Frank D. Bean and Jennifer Lee……Page 123
Personal Account: The Price of Nonconformity Julia Morgenstern……Page 130
9. The Olympic Struggle over Sex Alice Dreger……Page 131
10. All Together Now: Intersex Infants and IGM Riki Wilchins……Page 133
11. Delusions of Gender: How Our Minds, Society, and Neurosexism Create Difference Cordelia Fine……Page 139
12. What’s Class Got to Do with It? Michael Zweig……Page 143
13. The Silver Spoon: Inheritance and the Staggered Start Stephen J. McNamee and Robert K. Miller Jr…….Page 147
Personal Account: I Am a Pakistani Woman Hoorie I. Siddique……Page 151
14. The Great Divergence: America’s Growing Inequality Crisis and What We Can Do about It Timothy Noah……Page 153
15. Sexual Fluidity: Understanding Women’s Love and Desire Lisa M. Diamond……Page 158
16. The Biology of the Homosexual Roger N. Lancaster……Page 163
17. The Heterosexual Questionnaire Martin Rochlin……Page 174
18. Disability Defi nitions: The Politics of Meaning Michael Oliver……Page 175
19. What Wounds Enable: The Politics of Disability and Violence in Chicago Laurence Ralph……Page 179
20. Ethnicity, Ethics, and the Deaf-World Harlan Lane……Page 192
SECTION II— EXPERIENCING DIFFERENCE……Page 209
FRAMEWORK ESSAY……Page 210
21 . Formulating Identity in a Globalized World Carola Suárez-Orozco……Page 241
Personal Account: Hair Sarah Faragalla……Page 252
Personal Account: The Americanization of a Reluctant Vietnamese-American Hoai Huong Tran……Page 255
22 . Latinos and the U.S. Race Structure Clara E. Rodríguez……Page 258
23 . Everybody’s Ethnic Enigma Jelita McLeod……Page 264
Personal Account: My Strategies Eric Jackson……Page 265
24 . From Friendly Foreigner to Enemy Race John Tehranian……Page 267
Personal Account: Master Status: Pride and Danger Sumaya Al-Hajebi……Page 274
25 . The Privilege of Teaching about Privilege Michael A. Messner……Page 277
26 . Proving Manhood Timothy Beneke……Page 283
Personal Account: Just Something You Did as a Man Francisco Hernandez……Page 287
27 . “I’m Not a Feminist, But . . .”: Popular Myths about Feminism Penny A. Weiss……Page 288
28 . Dude, You’re a Fag: Adolescent Male Homophobia C. J. Pascoe……Page 293
29 . Gendered Sexuality in Young Adulthood: Double Binds and Flawed Options Laura Hamilton and Elizabeth A. Armstrong……Page 303
30 . Sexual Orientation and Sex in Women’s Lives: Conceptual and Methodological Issues Esther D. Rothblum……Page 313
31 . Cause of Death: Inequality Alejandro Reuss……Page 319
32 . Why Are Droves of Unqualifi ed, Unprepared Kids Getting into Our Top Colleges? Because Their Dads Are Alumni John Larew……Page 323
Personal Account: That Moment of Visibility Rose B. Pascarell……Page 328
33 . The Myth of the “Culture of Poverty” Paul Gorski……Page 329
34 . Public Transit John Hockenberry……Page 333
35 . “Can You See the Rainbow?” The Roots of Denial Sally French……Page 341
36 . Not Blind Enough: Living in the Borderland Called Legal Blindness Beth Omansky……Page 347
Personal Account: A Time I Didn’t Feel Normal Heather Callender……Page 353
SECTION III— THE MEANING OF DIFFERENCE……Page 355
FRAMEWORK ESSAY……Page 356
37 . Fourteen Key Supreme Court Cases and the Civil War Amendments……Page 375
38 . Blink in Black and White Malcolm Gladwell……Page 406
39 . Safe Haven in America? Thirty Years after the Refugee Act of David W. Haines……Page 411
40 . Hispanics Are Forgotten in Civil Rights History Nicholas Dauphine……Page 414
41 . Balancing Identities: Undocumented Immigrant Asian American Students and the Model Minority Myth Tracy Poon Tambascia, Jonathan Wang, Breanne Tcheng, and Viet T. Bui……Page 415
Personal Account: Let Me Work for It! Isabelle Nguyen……Page 418
42 . Segregated Housing, Segregated Schools Richard Rothstein……Page 419
43 . Many Faces of Gender Inequality Amartya Sen……Page 421
Personal Account: He Hit Her Tim Norton……Page 426
44 . The Not-So-Pink Ivory Tower Ann Mullen……Page 427
45 . The Gender Revolution: Uneven and Stalled Paula England……Page 431
46 . Sex Education and the Promotion of Heteronormativity Tanya McNeill……Page 440
47 . Gaga Relations: The End of Marriage J. Jack Halberstam……Page 448
48 . Queers without Money: They Are Everywhere. But We Refuse to See Them Amber Hollibaugh……Page 455
49 . Rethinking American Poverty Mark R. Rank……Page 459
50 . Tearing Down the Gates: Confronting the Class Divide in American Education Peter Sacks……Page 463
51 . Wealth Stripping: Why It Costs So Much to Be Poor James H. Carr……Page 468
52 . Disability Trouble Bradley A. Areheart……Page 472
53 . Learning Disabilities: The Social Construction of a Special Education Category Christine E. Sleeter……Page 484
54 . (Re)Creating a World in Seven Days: Place, Disability, and Salvation in Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Emily Askew……Page 489
SECTION IV— BRIDGING DIFFERENCES……Page 497
FRAMEWORK ESSAY……Page 498
55 . Adolescent Masculinity in an Age of Decreased Homohysteria Eric Anderson……Page 508
56 . What Can We Do? Becoming Part of the Solution Allan G. Johnson……Page 518
Personal Account: Parents’ Underestimated Love Octavio N. Espinal……Page 522
57 . In Defense of Rich Kids William Upski Wimsatt……Page 523
58 . Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Racial Justice Paul Kivel……Page 527
Credits C-1……Page 533
Index I-1……Page 537

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