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Mainstream and Margins: Jews, Blacks, and Other Americans epub

by Peter I. Rose


Mainstream and Margins: Jews, Blacks, and Other Americans epub

ISBN: 0878554734

ISBN13: 978-0878554737

Author: Peter I. Rose

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Transaction Publishers; 1 edition (January 1, 1983)

Pages: 244 pages

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Mainstream and Margins WithPeter I. Rose.

Mainstream and Margins. From the perspective of humanistic sociology, Peter Rose shows that sociology need not be a cold, artless science and argues that sociological enterprise should treat future as well as past and present issues.

Rose, Peter I. This collection of 11 essays on race and ethnicity written over 25 years reflects the thoughts and expressions of the . This collection of 11 essays on race and ethnicity written over 25 years reflects the thoughts and expressions of the author as they developed. Part I, "The Marginality of a Model Minority," focuses on European immigrants, especially Jews, and contains four essays: (1) "The Ghetto and Beyond: Reflections on Jewish Life in America"; (2) "Tensions and Trends: American Jews in the 1980s"; (3) "Country Cousins: Small-Town Jews and Their Neighbors"; and (4) "City Lights: The Children of Small-Town Jews.

When his book Mainstream and Margins was published in 1983, Peter Rose's writings on American minorities and those who studied them painted a vivid picture of what life was like in America for Jews, blacks, and other minorities in the United States

When his book Mainstream and Margins was published in 1983, Peter Rose's writings on American minorities and those who studied them painted a vivid picture of what life was like in America for Jews, blacks, and other minorities in the United States.

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Rose, Peter Isaac, 1933-. United States - Race relations, United States - Ethnic relations.

His books include Mainstream and Margins: Jews, Blacks, and Other Americansand, forthcoming from Oxford University Press, In Aid to the Tempest Tost,a study of United States refugee policy.

His books include Mainstream and Margins: Jews, Blacks, and Other Americansand, forthcoming from Oxford University Press, In Aid to the Tempest Tost,a study of United States refugee policy. Her publications include The Politics of Taxation: Revenue without Representationand many articles on taxation, state politics, and economic policy. Published by: Transaction Publishers 10 Corporate Place South Piscataway, New Jersey 08854. essays on the structure and shifting interests of American Jewry, the rise of new black militancy, strained relations between blacks and Jews, and intellectual dilemmas in studying diverse ethnic groups. Probably his most original pieces are empirical investigations of Jews in small towns in upstate New York and a follow-up study of their children, most of whom have settled in metropolitan areas.

When his book Mainstream and Margins was published in 1983, Peter Rose’s writings on American minorities and those who studied them painted a vivid picture of what life was like in America for Jews, Blacks, and other minorities in the United States.

This volume of commentaries on racial and ethnic relations is a sociological assessment of a changing society and a personal statement about many of the most pressing racial issues since the 1954 Brown-Supreme court decision. From the perspective of humanistic sociology, Peter Rose shows that sociology need not be a cold, artless science and argues that sociological enterprise should treat future as well as past and present issues.