Includes bibliographical references (p. 133-137)
|Statement||by John W. Work.|
|LC Classifications||HF5549.5.T7 W65 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||140 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||88063890|
Get this from a library! Diverse nations: explorations in the history of racial and ethnic pluralism. [George M Fredrickson] race and identity in antebellum America --Still separate and unequal: the strange career of affirmative action French and American responses to racial pluralism --Mulattoes and métis: attitudes toward. Challenges to Malaysian Pluralism – the Policy of Affirmative Action impact on ethnic pluralism; and 3) roadmap(s) for transformation within higher education vis-a-vis ethnic pluralism. 5. society towards business institutions, a major part of social contract be-Author: Göran Collste. The imposition of “affirmative action,” in which members of some categories of people are favored, and members of other categories unfavored and excluded, is a . Affirmative action creates a fixed mindset that because one is born into a specific racial or ethnic group, one is entitled to certain privileges such as lowered criteria.
On Octo , the topic of affirmative action once again came before the United States Supreme Court. This time, the debate over race-based preferences came to the Court via Schuette v. Some policies adopted as affirmative action, such as racial quotas or gender quotas for collegiate admission, have been criticized as a form of reverse discrimination, an implementation ruled unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court in , though the Court also upheld affirmative action as a practice in a court case held simultaneously that. Which racial/ethnic group experienced the greatest loss in wealth between in the United States? 10 As of , ______ states have outlawed the use of affirmative action in public schools. a negative attitude based on faulty generalizations about members of specific racial, ethnic, or other groups can be positive or negative ethnic pluralism. the coexistence of a variety of distinct racial and ethnic groups within one society who is better qualified being denied a position because another person received preferential.
"Diverse Republics: French and American Responses to Racial Pluralism, " Daedalus, Winter , pp. "Mulattoes and Metis: Attitudes toward Miscegenation in the United States and France since the Seventeenth Century, International Social Science Journal, , March , pp. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary. This study extends that focus by investigating gender and racial/ethnic differences in college students' support for affirmative action in higher education. Multivariate analysis of data from a diverse sample (N = ) found greater differences along racial/ethnic than gender lines. One of the world "s leading historians of race relations, George Fredrickson in his newest book probes the history of racial and ethnic diversity in the United States and other parts of the world. Diverse Nations explores recent interpretations of slavery and race relations in the United States and introduces comparative perspectives on Europe. In the United States, affirmative action, in pure terms, is based on the removal of employment imbalances for specific racial, ethnic and gender groups (Guerrero, , Nacoste, ).These groups are African American, Hispanic Americans, .