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Race, Class, & Gender: An Anthology ISBN 9780495598824 by Margaret L. Andersen and Patricia Hill Collins is the textbook of for intermediate-level sociology majors as well as researchers interested in social diversity. This rich anthology focuses on people and how race, class, and gender affect who they are and how they develop. Andersen and Collins have...
Race, Class, & Gender: An Anthology ISBN 9780495598824 by Margaret L. Andersen and Patricia Hill Collins is the textbook of for intermediate-level sociology majors as well as researchers interested in social diversity. This rich anthology focuses on people and how race, class, and gender affect who they are and how they develop. Andersen and Collins have compiled some of the most interesting writings from scholars into a cohesive sociology book. It is divided into 4 parts that discuss (1) why race, class, and gender still matter, (2) systems of power and inequality, (3) the structure of social institutions, and (4) pulling it all together. An analytical framework is provided to help students understand and link together what they have read, and also to help teachers design sequential coursework. The major sections of Race, Class, & Gender: An Anthology start with easy-to-understand introductions so as not to overwhelm beginners. Some of the readings students will come upon include Is Capitalism Gendered and Racialized (Joan Acker), Becoming Entrepreneurs: Intersections of Race, Class, and Gender at the Black Beauty Salon (Adia M. Harvey), Gladiators, Gazelles, and Groupies: Basketball Love and Loathing (Julianne Malveaux), Rape, Racism, and the Law (Jennifer Wriggins), and Women's Rights as Human Rights: Toward A Re-Vision of Human Rights (Charlotte Bunch). This eye-opening book can be used for various courses such as African American studies, women's studies, anthropology, political science, social work, and education. Authors Andersen and Collins did an excellent job of compiling appropriate (and even controversial) readings plus and tying them all together into one story.
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