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Blacks in the White Establishment?: A Study of Race and Class in America - Zweigenhaft, Mr. Richard L.; Domhoff, Professor G. William
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[EAN: 9780300054330], Fine, [SC: 21.54], [PU: Yale University Press], Social Science|Discrimination & Race Relations, Social Science|Ethnic Studies|African-American Studies, 0300054335 9.22x6.09x.61 in. .73 lbs. From Library Journal Two psychologists provide a perceptive analysis of the relative importance of race and class in modern American society, based on interviews with 38 graduates of the A Better Chance (ABC) program. Founded in 1963 by 16 elite prep schools, ABC worked to identify talented but poor minority middle school students and give them a chance to attend these schools. According to the authors, the program was quite successful in opening doors for inner-city and rural blacks. Most of the ABC students graduated, attended prestigious universities, and moved into high-status professional positions, thus overcoming class barriers. Nonetheless, they have often been barred from top positions because of continuing institutional racism. An interesting, well-written work despite the limited sample. Recommended for most libraries. - Anthony O. Edmonds, Ball State Univ., Muncie, Ind. Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition. Ingram In this sensitive and engrossing book, a social psychologist and a political sociologist explore the dramatic transitions faced by graduates of A Better Chance, a program that has brought black students from impoverished backgrounds to America's exclusive prep schools and universities--and ultimately to positions of power and prestige. Illustrated. Quality, Value, Experience.

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[EAN: 9780300054330], Fine, [SC: 21.49], [PU: Yale University Press], Social Science|Discrimination & Race Relations, Social Science|Ethnic Studies|African-American Studies, 0300054335 9.22x6.09x.61 in. .73 lbs. From Library Journal Two psychologists provide a perceptive analysis of the relative importance of race and class in modern American society, based on interviews with 38 graduates of the A Better Chance (ABC) program. Founded in 1963 by 16 elite prep schools, ABC worked to identify talented but poor minority middle school students and give them a chance to attend these schools. According to the authors, the program was quite successful in opening doors for inner-city and rural blacks. Most of the ABC students graduated, attended prestigious universities, and moved into high-status professional positions, thus overcoming class barriers. Nonetheless, they have often been barred from top positions because of continuing institutional racism. An interesting, well-written work despite the limited sample. Recommended for most libraries. - Anthony O. Edmonds, Ball State Univ., Muncie, Ind. Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition. Ingram In this sensitive and engrossing book, a social psychologist and a political sociologist explore the dramatic transitions faced by graduates of A Better Chance, a program that has brought black students from impoverished backgrounds to America's exclusive prep schools and universities--and ultimately to positions of power and prestige. Illustrated. Quality, Value, Experience.

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[EAN: 9780300054330], Fine, [SC: 21.13], [PU: Yale University Press], Social Science|Discrimination & Race Relations, Social Science|Ethnic Studies|African-American Studies, 0300054335 9.22x6.09x.61 in. .73 lbs. From Library Journal Two psychologists provide a perceptive analysis of the relative importance of race and class in modern American society, based on interviews with 38 graduates of the A Better Chance (ABC) program. Founded in 1963 by 16 elite prep schools, ABC worked to identify talented but poor minority middle school students and give them a chance to attend these schools. According to the authors, the program was quite successful in opening doors for inner-city and rural blacks. Most of the ABC students graduated, attended prestigious universities, and moved into high-status professional positions, thus overcoming class barriers. Nonetheless, they have often been barred from top positions because of continuing institutional racism. An interesting, well-written work despite the limited sample. Recommended for most libraries. - Anthony O. Edmonds, Ball State Univ., Muncie, Ind. Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition. Ingram In this sensitive and engrossing book, a social psychologist and a political sociologist explore the dramatic transitions faced by graduates of A Better Chance, a program that has brought black students from impoverished backgrounds to America's exclusive prep schools and universities--and ultimately to positions of power and prestige. Illustrated. Quality, Value, Experience.

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Yale University Press. Paperback. 0300054335 9.22x6.09x.61 in. .73 lbs. From Library Journal Two psychologists provide a perceptive analysis of the relative importance of race and class in modern American society, based on interviews with 38 graduates of the A Better Chance (ABC) program. Founded in 1963 by 16 elite prep schools, ABC worked to identify talented but poor minority middle school students and give them a chance to attend these schools. According to the authors, the program was quite successful in opening doors for inner-city and rural blacks. Most of the ABC students graduated, attended prestigious universities, and moved into high-status professional positions, thus overcoming class barriers. Nonetheless, they have often been barred from top positions because of continuing institutional racism. An interesting, well-written work despite the limited sample. Recommended for most libraries. - Anthony O. Edmonds, Ball State Univ., Muncie, Ind. Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition. Ingram In this sensitive and engrossing book, a social psychologist and a political sociologist explore the dramatic transitions faced by graduates of A Better Chance, a program that has brought black students from impoverished backgrounds to America's exclusive prep schools and universities--and ultimately to positions of power and prestige. Illustrated. Rare books make Fine Gifts. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Fine. 1993., Yale University Press, 1993

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In this book, a social psychologist and a political sociologist explore the dramatic transitions faced by the graduates of A Better Chance, a programme that has brought black students from economically impoverished backgrounds to some of America's most exclusive prep schools and universities - and ultimately to positions of power and prestige. The text is not only an account of this innovative attempt to transcend racial barriers but also a contribution to the ongoing controversy about the relative importance of race and class in American society. african-american studies,discrimination and racism,education and reference,politics and social sciences,race relations,schools and teaching,social sciences,sociology,specific demographics,textbooks Race Relations, Yale University Press

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Blacks in the White Establishment?: A Study of Race and Class in America
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In this sensitive and engrossing book, a social psychologist and a political sociologist explore the dramatic transitions faced by graduates of A Better Chance, a program that has brought black students from impoverished backgrounds to America's exclusive prep schools and universities--and ultimately to positions of power and prestige. Illustrated.

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 0300054335
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Publishing year: 1993
Publisher: Yale University Press

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