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Critical approaches to literature. by Evans, Robert C.,1955-editor.;
Edition statement supplied by publisher.Includes bibliographical references and index.Dedication -- About this volume ; On multicultural criticism: multicultural approaches to Wilfred Owen's "disabled" / Robert C. Evans -- Critical contexts -- Sounding the alarum: calls for drinking in moderation in early modern English pamphlets, pulpits, and plays / Jonathan D. Wright -- Introduction to multicultural criticism: an overview / Melissa D. Carden -- Multicultural and other approaches to a "new" story by Zora Neale Hurston / Christina M. Garner -- "In a far country": Jack London and multiculturalism / Kelley Jeans -- Critical readings -- Trance, trauma, PNES, and epileptic seizures in Shakespeare's Othello ; Multicultural and other approaches to a "new" story by Sui Sin Far / Robert C. Evans -- Minglings: form, style, and theme in Zora Neale Hurston's Their eyes were watching God / Nicolas Tredell -- From This I believe to "The marching hordes": the edges of multiculturalism in the juvenile novels of Robert A. Heinlein / Rafeeq O. McGiveron -- The other half of the story: valuing the vision of Black Atlantic women / Shirley Toland-Dix -- Asian-American whodunit: politics of negative representation in Chan is missing (1982) / Swan Kim -- At the threshold of revelation: intersectional difference and queer utopia in Angels in America / Sarah Crockarell -- Social constructions of otherness in the United States: four Latin American examples / Susan Kenney -- How to teach a true Spokane story: learning Sherman Alexie's Lone Ranger and Tonto fistfight in heaven through Tim O'Brien's The things they carried / Michael Kaufmann -- The other father in Barack Obama's Dreams from my father / Robert Kyriakos Smith and King-Kok Cheung -- Deconstructing the urban circuit: gospel musicals, Langston Hughes's legacy, and Tyler Perry's contemporary influence / Phyllisa Deroze -- The Jewish dimension in contemporary Latino literature / Bridget Kevane -- Reading terror, reading ourselves: conflict and uncertainty in Mohsin Hamid's The reluctant fundamentalist / Maryse Jayasuriya -- Resources -- Multicultural pluralism: a variety of possible multicultural approaches to literature / Robert C. Evans -- Chronology -- Additional works -- Bibliography -- About the editor -- Contributors -- Glossary -- Index."The Critical Approaches series focuses on one type of literary criticism commonly studied in introductory literature classes. It defines the approach, introduces its genesis, and provides an overview of the leading practitioners within this area of scholarship. Essays then model the approach for students by examining a variety of works--novels, plays, films, and poems. Each volume contains an appendix, which provides prescriptive tools for what to look for when examining works using the particular approach. Volumes include a glossary of frequent terms, a list of works on that approach to literature, a bibliography and an index."
Subjects: Ethnic groups in literature.; Race in literature.; Identity (Philosophical concept) in literature.; Multiculturalism in literature.; Literature;
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Ethnic American literature : an encyclopedia for students / by Nelson, Emmanuel S.(Emmanuel Sampath),1954-editor.; Gale (Firm);
Includes bibliographical references and index.African American autobiography -- African American drama -- African American gay literature -- African American lesbian literature -- African American novel -- African American poetry -- African American science fiction -- African American slave narrative -- African American stereotypes -- African American young adult literature -- Alexie, Sherman Joseph, Jr. -- Alvarez, Julia -- American born Chinese -- Anaya, Rudolfo -- Angelou, Maya -- Arab American autobiography -- Arab American novel -- Arab American stereotypes -- Assimilation -- Autobiography of Malcolm X, The -- Baldwin, James -- Bambara, Toni Cade -- Beloved -- Bilingualism -- Black Boy -- Blanco, Richard -- Blues, The -- Bluest Eye, The -- Border narratives -- Brooks, Gwendolyn -- Canon -- Caribbean (Anglophone) American autobiography -- Caribbean (Anglophone) American novel -- Caribbean (Anglophone) American poetry -- Chinese American autobiography -- Chinese American drama -- Chinese American novel -- Chinese American poetry -- Chinese American stereotypes -- Cisneros, Sandra -- Civil Rights movement -- Cliff, Michelle -- Color Purple, The -- Cooper, J. (Joan) California -- Cuban American autobiography -- Cuban American novel -- Cuban American poetry -- Culture clash -- Danticat, Edwidge -- Diaz, Junot -- Dominican American novel -- Dominican American poetry -- Douglass, Frederick -- Dove, Rita -- Down these mean streets -- Ellison, Ralph Waldo -- Erdrich, Louise -- Ethnicity -- Eurocentrism -- Filipino American novel -- Gaines, Ernest J. -- Galarza, Ernesto -- Garcia, Cristina -- Haley, Alex -- Hansberry, Lorraine -- Harlem renaissance -- Hawai'i literature -- Hawaiian literature -- Hosseini, Khaled -- House on Mango Street, The -- Hughes, Langston -- Hurston, Zora Neale -- I know why the caged bird sings -- Identity -- Internment -- Invisible man -- Iranian American literature -- Islas, Arturo, Jr. -- Jacobs, Harriet -- Japanese American autobiography -- Japanese American novel -- Jasmine -- Jazz -- Jones, Edward P. -- Joy Luck Club, The -- Kincaid, Jamaica -- King, Martin Luther, Jr. -- Kingston, Maxine Hong -- Korean American literature -- Lahiri, Jhumpa -- Larsen, Nella -- Laviera, Tato -- Lee, Chang-rae -- Lesson before dying, A -- Lorde, Audre -- Marshall, Paule -- McBride, James -- Mexican American autobiography -- Mexican American children's literature -- Mexican American drama -- Mexican American gay literature -- Mexican American lesbian literature -- Mexican American poetry -- Mexican American stereotypes -- Momaday, Navarre Scott -- Moody, Anne -- Morrison, Toni -- Mukherjee, Bharati -- Multiculturalism -- Native American autobiography -- Native American drama -- Native American novel -- Native American oral texts -- Native American poetry -- Native American stereotypes -- Naylor, Gloria -- Nuyorican -- Obama, Barack Hussein -- Okada, John -- Ortiz, Simon J. -- Ortiz Cofer, Judith -- Passing -- Pedagogy and U.S. ethnic literatures -- Piero, Miguel -- Puerto Rican American autobiography -- Puerto Rican American drama -- Puerto Rican American Gay literature -- Puerto Rican American lesbian literature -- Puerto Rican American novel -- Puerto Rican American poetry -- Puerto Rican stereotypes -- Race -- Racism -- Raisin in the sun, A -- Rechy, John -- Rivera, Tomas -- Rodriguez, Richard -- Signifying -- Silent dancing -- Silko, Leslie Marmon -- Song of Solomon -- South Asian American literature -- Spirituals -- Street, The -- Tan, Amy -- Their eyes were watching God -- Thomas, Piri -- Trickster, African American -- Trickster, Native American -- Valdez, Luis -- Vietnamese American literature -- Villarreal, Jose Antonio -- Vizenor, Gerald -- Walker, Alice -- Way to rainy mountain, The -- Whiteness -- Wilson, August -- Wilson, Harriet E. -- Woman warrior : memoirs of a girlhood among ghosts, The -- Wright, Richard.This book introduces the American mosaic of multicultural literature by chronicling the achievements of American writers of non-European descent and highlighting the ethnic diversity of works from the colonial era to the present. It contains entries on African American, Asian American, Latino/a, and Native American literary traditions, among others, and features topics like the civil rights movement, bilingualism, assimilation, and border narratives.Description based on print version record.
Subjects: American literature; Minorities; Minority authors; Minorities in literature; Ethnic groups in literature; Ethnicity in literature;
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Early childhood mathematics / by Sperry Smith, Susan.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.1. Foundations, Principles, and Standards -- 2. Planning for Success: A Good Beginning -- 3. Assessment -- 4. The Language of Math: Communication and Representation -- 5. Early Math Concepts: Matching, Classification, Comparing, and Ordering or Seriation -- 6. Developing Number Sense -- 7. Understanding Our Place Value System -- 8. Data Analysis: Graphing and Probability -- 9. Early Algebra: Pattern and Function -- 10. Problem Solving: Addition and Subtraction -- 11. Problem Solving: Multiplication and Division -- 12. Geometry: Space and Shape -- 13. Measurement -- 14. Thematic Units.Early Childhood Mathematics, Fifth Edition is the most widely used guide for educators on teaching mathematics to young children in Kindergarten through Third Grade. Practical and applied, this trusted and research-based book encourages teachers and teacher candidates to create an active learning environment that fosters curiosity, confidence, and persistence in children learning mathematics. Expert author, Susan Sperry Smith relies heavily on the most current research in the field, aligns core content to the NCTM Standards, presents information on Cognitive Guided Instruction (CGI) and necessary adaptations for students with special needs. The book covers the most important key concepts for teaching math in the early years with three over-arching themes: knowledge of important mathematical relationships, number sense, and the ability to solve problems. The fifth edition builds on the reliability and excellency of previous editions with new information on meeting the educational needs of all students, the importance of STEM careers beginning in early childhood education, more activities, thematic unit, and curricular tools, multicultural literature and activities, a comprehensive update on The Common Core State Standards, NAEP, and the new DAP Position Statement.
Subjects: Mathematics;
© c2013., Pearson,
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Through the eyes of a child : an introduction to children's literature / by Norton, Donna E.; Norton, Saundra E.;
Includes bibliographical references (pages 531-554) and index.Special features -- Preface -- 1: Child Responds To Literature: -- Value of literature for children -- Promoting child development through literature: -- Language development -- Cognitive development -- Personality development -- Social development -- Children's responses to literature: -- Factors within readers -- Factors within texts -- Factors within contexts -- Responses -- Analyzing responses -- Role of motivation -- Developing the literature program -- 2: History Of Children's Literature: -- Milestones in the history of children's literature: -- Oral tradition -- Early printed books -- Puritan influence -- John Locke's influence on views of childhood -- Charles Perrault's tales of Mother Goose -- Adventure stories of Defoe and Swift -- Newbery's books for children -- Rousseau's philosophy of natural development -- William Blake's poetry about children -- Fairy tales of Andersen and the Brothers Grimm -- Early illustrators of children's books -- Victorian influence -- Fantasy, adventure, and real people -- Standards for evaluating adolescent literature -- History of censorship -- History of the library -- Children and the family in children's literature: -- Child and the family, 1856-1903 -- Child and the family, 1938-1960 -- Child and the family, 1969-present -- 3: Evaluating And Selecting Literature For Children: -- Standards, literary elements, and book selection: -- Standards for evaluating books and literary criticism -- Standards for evaluating multicultural literature: -- Value of multicultural literature -- Literary criticism: evaluating multicultural literature -- Literary elements: -- Plot -- Characterization -- Setting -- Theme -- Style -- Point of view -- Right book for each child: -- Accessibility -- Readability -- Interest and reader response -- Child as critic -- Teaching with literary elements: -- Involving children in plot -- Involving children in characterization: -- Characterization techniques -- Modeling inferencing -- Involving children in setting: -- Settings that create moods -- Settings that develop antagonists -- Settings that develop historical and geographical backgrounds -- Settings that are symbolic -- Involving children in theme -- Involving children in style: -- Personification -- Pleasing style -- Webbing the literary elements -- Children's literature.4: Artists And Their Illustrations: -- Understanding artists and their illustrations: -- Evaluating the illustrations in children's books -- Visual elements: grammar of artists -- Line -- Color -- Shape -- Texture -- Design: organizing the visual elements -- Artistic media: -- Lines and washes -- Watercolors, acrylics, pastels, and oils -- Woodcuts -- Collage -- Artistic style: -- Representational art -- Abstract art -- Outstanding illustrators of children's books: -- Barbara Cooney -- Tomie dePaola -- Leo and Diane Dillon -- Ezra Jack Keats -- Robert McCloskey -- Alice and Martin Provensen -- Maurice Sendak -- Chris Van Allsburg -- David Wiesner -- Additional artists -- Teaching with artists and their illustrations: -- Using art education books -- Aesthetic scanning -- Studying inspirations for art -- Investigating the works of great artists -- Multicultural Literature: History of a culture as reflected in art: a multicultural approach -- Using a viewer's response approach -- Children's literature -- 5: Picture Books: -- Book is more than words: -- What a picture book is -- Literary criticism: evaluating picture books -- Mother Goose: -- Appealing characteristics -- Collections -- Books that illustrate one rhyme or tale -- Toy books -- Alphabet books: -- Animal themes -- Other alphabet books -- Counting books -- Concept books -- Wordless books -- Easy-to-read and beginning readers' books -- Picture storybooks: -- Elements in picture storybooks -- Typical characters and situations -- Picture storybooks for middle school students -- Teaching with picture books: -- Sharing Mother Goose -- Sharing wordless books: -- Stimulating cognitive and language development: -- Motivating writing and reading -- Reading to children: -- Choosing the books -- Preparing to read aloud -- Reading itself -- Motivating writing with picture storybooks -- Children's literature -- 6: Traditional Literature: -- Of castle and cottage -- Our traditional literary heritage -- Types of traditional literature: -- Folktales -- Fables -- Myths -- Legends -- Value of traditional literature for children: -- Understanding the world -- Identifying with universal human struggles -- Pleasure -- Authenticating the folklore -- Folklore for adolescents -- Folktales: -- Characteristics -- Motifs -- Multicultural Literature: Folktales from around the world -- Fables: -- Characteristics -- Contemporary editions -- Myths: -- Greek and Roman mythology -- Norse mythology -- Multicultural Literature: Native American myths -- Multicultural Literature: Myths from other cultures -- Legends -- Additional traditional literature with religious themes -- Teaching with traditional literature: -- Telling stories: -- Choosing a story -- Preparing the story for telling -- Sharing the story with an audience -- Encouraging children to be storytellers -- Multicultural Literature: Comparing folktales from different countries -- Motivating writing through traditional tales -- Children's literature.7: Modern Fantasy: -- Time, space, and place -- Evaluating modern fantasy: -- Suspending disbelief: plot -- Suspending disbelief: characterization -- Creating a world: setting -- Universality: themes -- Suspending disbelief: point of view -- Bridges between traditional and modern fantasy: -- Literary folktales -- Religious and ethical allegory -- Mythical quests and conflicts -- Categories of modern fantasy: -- Articulate animals -- Toys -- Preposterous characters and situations -- Strange and curious worlds -- Little people -- Spirits friendly and frightening -- Time warps -- Science fiction -- Modern fantasy and science fiction for adolescents -- Voices from the field / Nancy Farmer -- Teaching with modern fantasy: -- Helping children recognize, understand, and enjoy elements in fantasy -- Interpreting modern fantasy by identifying plot structures -- Involving children with science fiction: -- Interdisciplinary studies: interaction between social studies and science fiction -- Unit plan for Madeleine L'Engle's A Wrinkle in Time: -- Oral discussion -- Artwork -- Creative dramatization -- Analytical reading of Nancy Farmer's The House of the Scorpion -- Children's literature -- 8: Poetry: -- Rhythmic patterns of language: -- Value of poetry for children -- What poetry is -- Characteristics of poems that children prefer -- Criteria for selecting poetry for children -- Elements of poetry: -- Rhythm -- Rhyme and other sound patterns -- Repetition -- Imagery -- Shape -- Forms of poetry: -- Lyric poetry -- Narrative poetry -- Ballads -- Limericks -- Concrete poems -- Haiku -- Sijo -- Poems and poets: -- Nonsense and humor: poems for starting out right -- Nature poems -- Animals -- Science -- Characters, situations, and locations -- Moods and feelings -- Multicultural Literature: Many voices -- Voices from the field / Naomi Shihad Nye -- Poetry for adolescents -- Novels in verse -- Teaching with poetry: -- Listening to poetry -- Dramatizing poetry -- Developing choral speaking: -- Refrain arrangement -- Antiphonal, or dialogue, arrangement -- Cumulative arrangement -- Choosing poetry to accompany content: -- Writing poetry: -- Motivations -- Oral exchanges of ideas -- Transcriptions -- Sharing -- Poetry writing exercises -- Children's literature -- 9: Contemporary Realistic Fiction: -- Window on the world -- What contemporary realistic fiction is -- Value of realistic fiction -- Literary elements-evaluating realistic fiction: -- Plot -- Characterization -- Theme -- Style -- How realistic fiction has changed -- Literary Criticism: New realism and the problem novel -- Controversial issues: -- Sexism -- Sexuality -- Violence -- Profanity -- Family problems and other controversial issues -- Literary Criticism: Guidelines for selecting controversial fiction -- Subjects in realistic fiction: -- Family life -- Growing up -- Survival -- Death -- People as individuals, not stereotypes -- Multicultural Literature: Multicultural topics in realistic fiction -- Animal stories, mysteries, sports stories, and humor: -- Animals -- Mysteries -- Sports -- Humor -- Contemporary realistic fiction for adolescents: -- Voices from the field / Joan Bauer -- Teaching with realistic fiction: -- Using role playing -- Using survival stories to motivate reading and interaction with literature: -- Interdisciplinary unit: island survival -- Developing questioning strategies: -- Literal recognition -- Inference -- Evaluation -- Appreciation -- Children's literature.10: Historical Fiction: -- People and the past come alive: -- Value of historical fiction for children -- Literary Criticism: Using literary elements to evaluate historical fiction: -- Plot -- Characterization -- Setting -- Theme -- Style -- Historical authenticity -- Chronology of historical fiction: -- Ancient times through the Middle Ages -- Multicultural Literature: Changes in the old world and encounters with the new world -- Salem witch hunts -- American revolution -- Early expansion of the United States and Canada -- Multicultural Literature: Slavery, the Civil War, and overcoming segregation: -- Western frontier -- Multicultural Literature: Pioneers and Native Americans: -- Early 20th Century -- World War II -- Multicultural Literature: Internment of Japanese Americans and the Pacific conflict -- Voices from the field / Joseph Bruchac -- Teaching with historical fiction: -- Providing background through illustrations -- Interdisciplinary unit: looking at pioneer America: -- Values from the past -- Pioneer environment -- Trails in westward expansion -- Research skills -- Additional activities -- Culminating activity -- Multicultural Literature: Recognizing similarities -- Children's literature -- 11: Biographies: -- People who change lives: -- Changing ideas about biographies for children -- Literary Criticism: Evaluating biographies: -- Characterization -- Factual accuracy -- Worthiness of subject -- Balance between fact and story line -- Biographies in picture-book format -- Biographical subjects: -- Explorers of earth and space -- Political leaders and social activists -- Multicultural Literature: Civil Rights leaders: -- Artists and authors -- People who have persevered -- Biographies written for adolescents -- Voices from the field / Jack Gantos -- Teaching with biographies: -- Unit plan: Using biographies in creative dramatizations -- Reader response: Developing hypothetical interviews with authors: -- Imaginary conversations between people of two time periods -- Developing comprehension through time lines of biographical characters -- Analyzing values and beliefs -- Motivating discussions and research using Lincoln biographies: -- Picture storybooks -- Illustrated biographies -- Research topics (research and debate) -- Motivating additional reading and discussion -- Developing appreciation for the lives and the music of biographical characters -- Children's literature -- 12: Informational Books: -- From history to how things work: -- Value of informational books -- Evaluating informational books: -- Accuracy -- Stereotypes -- Illustrations -- Analytical thinking -- Organization -- Style -- History and culture: -- Ancient world -- Modern world -- Multicultural Literature: History of Civil Rights for African Americans: -- Nature: -- Human body -- Animals -- Plants -- Geology and geography -- Discoveries and how things work: -- Discoveries -- How things work -- Hobbies, crafts, and how-to books: -- Creative arts -- Teaching with informational books: -- Using informational books to evaluate fiction -- Incorporating literature into the science curriculum: -- Using the parts of a book -- Locating sources of information -- Using science vocabulary -- Evaluating science materials -- Searching for, identifying, and evaluating sources of scientific information -- Children's literature -- References -- Author, illustrator, and title index -- Subject index.Overview: No text better prepares you for evaluating, choosing, and sharing quality children's literature than Through the Eyes of a Child: An Introduction to Children's Literature. This streamlined eighth edition continues to provide a visually stunning, theoretically sound, comprehensive overview of children's literature. Sharpened focus on contemporary issues in the field, deepened coverage of biography and informational books, and newly integrated technology give this new edition added relevance in the changing marketplace. In addition, some of the brightest stars of children's literature lend their talents to the new edition, providing insight into the craft and addressing the changing needs of middle grades readers. Evaluating and Sharing: This text will prepare you to appreciate, evaluate, and share children's literature by examining the most important elements of the literature and by addressing the needs and interests of its readers. A full chapter, Chapter 3, is devoted to evaluating and choosing literature for children. Evaluation Criteria boxes in every genre chapter outline exactly what you need to look for in quality literature. Teaching With pages ending every genre chapter share classroom-tested suggestions for using literature in your teaching. Voices from the Field: The hottest topic in children's literature, adolescent literature can be a complex issue. The eighth edition tackles it head on, turning to the pros to find out how to evaluate literature written for readers in grades 4 through 8, and learning how to compel this group of readers at risk of losing interest in reading. New! Jack Gantos discusses the teacher's role in keeping 4th through 8th graders interested in reading. New! Nancy Farmer tells us how she works to engage readers in the middle grades. New! Naomi Shihab Nye talks about the truth in poetry that engages young adolescent readers. New! Joseph Bruchac tells us how we can mentor middle graders into becoming lifelong readers. Through the Eyes of an Author, Through the Eyes of a Child. This two part feature begins with exclusive interviews with some of the creative geniuses that makes children's literature fascinating, then goes on to share a child's response to their work. New! Mo Willems tells us how he generates ideas, then 5-year-old Ruby shares her feelings about Willems's Leonardo the Terrible Monster. New! Susan Guevarra tells us what inspires her art and 9-year-old Hayden responds to her artwork in Chato and the Party Animals. New! Robert Burleigh talks about the poetry of writing children's books, and 4-year-old Eva tells us her favorite things about his new picture book Clang! Clang! Beep! Beep! Listen to the City. New! Joan Bauer talks about inspiration and inspiring others, and 13-year-old Julia responds to Hope Was Here. MyEducationKit integrated into every chapter, this robust online resource offers rich, authentic, interactive opportunities to apply and practice what you learn in the text. Assignments and Activities use video and the Database of Children's Literature to provide you with opportunities to hone your skills for evaluating and sharing quality literature. Study Plan helps you assess mastery of chapter content through multiple choice quizzes that explain why responses to particular items are correct or incorrect. Conversations provide you with podcasts and interviews with acclaimed authors and illustrators sharing secrets of their trade.
Subjects: Children; Children's literature;
© ©2011., Pearson,
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Exploring mathematics through literature : articles and lessons for prekindergarten through grade 8 / by Thiessen, Diane.;
Includes bibliographical references.Mathematics is something good! / Diane Cradick Oppedal -- Going beyond ten black dots / Susan Weinberg -- Exploring estimation through children's literature / David J. Whitin -- Mathematics and poetry : problem solving in context / Frances R. Curcio, Myra Zarnowski, and Susan Vigliarolo -- Amanda Bean and the gator girls : writing and solving multiplication stories / Maryann S. Wickett -- A remainder of one : exploring partitive division / Patricia Seray Moyer -- Critical thinking during the December holidays / Annette Raphel -- Popping up number sense / Lindy Hopkins -- Connecting literature, language, and fractions / Betty Conaway and Ruby Bostick Midkiff -- Literature and algebraic reasoning / Cheryl A. Lubinski and Albert D. Otto -- Exploring algebraic patterns through literature / Richard A. Austin and Denisse R. Thompson -- The most important thing is... / Myrna Bertheau -- An old tale with a new turn-- and flip and slide / Pat Mergerm -- Pablo's tree : mathematics in a different light / Maryann Wickett -- Using literature to investigate transformations / Jacqueline Harris -- Adventures with Sir Cumference : standard shapes and nonstandard units / Betty B. Long and Deborah A. Crocker -- Geometry projects linking mathematics, literacy, arts, and technology / Catherine Little -- Exploring measurement through literature / Cheryl A. Lubinski and Diane thiessen -- How do you measure a dad? / Kathy Kubota-Zarivnij -- Students use their bodies to measure animals / Eunice Hendrix-Martin -- Measuring up with The principal's new clothes / Maryann S. Wickett -- Incredible comparisons : experiences with data collection / Vicki L. Oleson -- Scrumptious activities in the stew / Sally Schneider -- Investigating probability and patterns with The thirteen days of Halloween / Maryann Wickett -- Socrates and the three little pigs : connecting patterns, counting trees, and probability / Denisse R. Thompson and Richard A. Austin -- From The giver to The twenty-one balloons : explorations with probability / Ann Lawrence -- Dumpling soup : exploring kitchens, cultures, and mathematics / Nancy L. Smith, Carolyn Babione, and Beverly Johns Vick -- Telling tales : creating graphs using multicultural literature / Karen S. Karp -- Feisty females : using children's literature with strong female characters / Karen Karp ... [et al.] -- On the road with Cholo, Vato, and Pano / Frederick L. Silverman ... [et al.].
Subjects: Mathematics; Mathematics;
© c2004., National Council of Teachers of Mathematics,
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Oral storytelling & teaching mathematics : pedagogical and multicultural perspectives / by Schiro, Michael.;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 249-254) and index.The Wizard's Tale: Foundations of Mathematical Epic Oral Storytelling -- The Wizard's Tale: In Doris Lawson's Fourth Grade Classroom -- Mathematical Epic Oral Storytelling: Underlying Assumptions -- Mathematical Epic Oral Storytelling: Structural Relationships -- Mathematical Epic Oral Storytelling: Pedagogical Assumptions -- To Teach Or Not To Teach Mathematical Algorithms -- Variations On The Wizard's Tale With Fourth Graders by Doris P. Lawson -- The Egypt Story: Oral Storytelling, Problem Solving and Multicultural Mathematics -- The Egypt Story: Doris Lawson Tells Sixth Graders An Oral Story -- An Interview With Doris Lawson About The Egypt Story -- Problem Solving: Mathematical And Multicultural -- Mathematics And Culture -- Multicultural Mathematics Instruction -- Oral Storytelling, Mathematics, Ideology, and Multicultural Intentions."Oral Storytelling and Teaching Mathematics contains two case studies of a teacher telling epic oral stories to teach math to elementary and middle school students. The book also includes theoretical discussions of essential elements of oral storytelling, multicultural education, how oral storytelling can help children who have difficulty learning mathematics, and mathematical problem solving. This book significantly extends two pedagogical movements that have recently influenced mathematics teaching: the use of physical manipulatives and visual imagery and the use of children's literature." "The book's presentation of stories, how a teacher actually used them in class (along with students' responses), and a discussion of the educational value of such strategies make this a comprehensive work that recognizes teachers' capabilities and concerns about employing the best available educational practices. The accompanying CD-ROM contains the full text of two epic stories plus additional worksheets, handouts, and art. This book will be of immediate interest to pre-service and in-service teachers and all educators devoted to providing children with powerful mathematical and literary experiences."--Jacket.
Subjects: Mathematics; Oral tradition.; Storytelling.;
© c2004., Sage Publications,
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The classic fairy tales : texts, criticism / by Tatar, Maria,1945-editor.;
Includes bibliographical references.Little Red Riding Hood --The Story of Grandmother -- Little Red Riding Hood -- Little Red Cap -- The False Grandmother -- Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf --The Three Little Pigs -- The Tale of the Tiger Woman -- Tselane and the Marimo -- Introduction: Beauty and the Beast -- Beauty and the Beast -- The Pig King -- The Frog King, or Iron Heinrich -- The Tiger's Bride -- Urashima the Fisherman -- The Enchanted Frog -- The Swan Maiden -- Chonguita -- The Dog Bride -- Introduction: Snow White -- The Young Slave -- Snow White -- Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs -- Snow, Glass, Apples -- Introduction: Sleeping Beauty -- The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood -- Briar Rose -- Sleeping Beauty and the Airplane -- The Sleeping Beauty -- Introduction: Cinderella -- Rhodopis -- Yeh-hsien -- Cinderella -- Donkeyskin -- The Three Gowns -- Catskin -- The Story of the Black Cow -- Lin Lan [Cinderella] -- The Princess in the Suit of Leather -- Introduction: Bluebeard -- Bluebeard -- Pitcher's Bird -- The Robber Bridegroom -- Mr. Fox -- Mr. Bluebeard -- The Forbidden Room -- Mast-Truan -- Bluebeard's Egg -- Bluebeard -- Introduction: Tricksters -- Hansel and Grelel -- Fulano de Tal and His Children -- The Juniper Tree -- The Rose-Tree -- The Singing Bones -- Little Thumbling --Vasilisa the Fair -- Momotaro, or the Peach Boy -- Jack and the Beanstalk -- Introduction: Hans Christian Andersen -- The Little Mermaid -- The Little Match Girl -- The Girl Who Trod on the Loaf --The Red Shoes --The Emperor's New Clothes -- The Nightingale -- Introduction: Oscar Wilde -- The Selfish Giant -- The Happy Prince -- The Nightingale and the Rose -- Criticism --The Fairy Tale Moves on Its Own in Time -- From Better Castles in the Sky at the Country Fair and Circus, in Fairy Tales and Colportage --From The Storyteller: Reflections on the Works of Nikolai Leskov -- Peasants Tell Tales: The Meaning of Mother Goose -- Abstract Style -- [Snow White and Her Wicked Stepmother] -- From To Spin a Yarn: The Female Voice in Folklore and Fairy Talc -- From The Old Wives' Tale -- Breaking the Disney Spell -- From Yours, Mine, or Ours? Perrault, the Brothers Grimm, and the Ownership of Fairy Tales -- From Sex and Violence: The Hard Core of Fairy Tales -- From Slipping the Trap of Appetite -- From Female Tricksters as Double Agents -- From The Fairy-Tale Web -- From Magical Illusion: Fairy-Talc Film -- From The Types of International Folktales -- From Folklore and Literature -- From Morphology of the Folktale"This Norton Critical Edition includes seven different tale types: 'Little Red Riding Hood,' 'Beauty and the Beast,' 'Snow White,' 'Sleeping Beauty,' 'Cinderella,' 'Bluebeard,' and 'Tricksters.' These groupings include multicultural versions, literary rescriptings, and introductions and annotations by Maria Tatar. [Also includes] tales by Hans Christian Andersen and Oscar Wilde [and] more than fifteen critical essays exploring the various aspects of fairy tales."--From: https://books.google.com.
Subjects: Fairy tales;
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Education Today : Issues, Policies & Practices / by Watnick, Beryl,editor.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Vol. 1 -- Publisher's Note -- Introduction -- Contributors -- Volume 1 -- Section 1: History of Education -- Aristotle and Realism -- Early Roots of Modern American Education -- History of public Education in the U.S. -- John Locke and Education -- Modern European Influences on American Education -- Chautauqua Movement -- Education of Women in the U.S. -- Education Reform Movements -- Minorities and Education in America -- History of Teacher Education -- Women in Education -- Social History of American Education -- Section 2: Education Theory -- Plato and Education . -- Karl Marx and Education -- Paulo Freire -- Gagne's Conditions of Learning -- Seymour Papert and Constructionism -- Postmodernism and Education -- Affective Domain -- Assimilation Theory -- Attribution Theory -- Behaviorism -- Cognitive Dissonance Theory -- Cognitive Theories -- Constructivism -- Epistemology -- Existentialism -- Pragmatism -- Theory of Mind -- Social Learning Theory -- Experiential Learning -- Transformative Learning -- Multiple Intelligences -- Learning Styles -- Taxonomy of Educational Objectives-The Cognitive Domain -- Educational Anthropology -- Sociology of Education -- Social Change Education -- Social Development Model -- Social Justice in Education -- Section 3: Education psychology -- Cognitive Neuroscience -- Brain-Based Learning -- Cognitive Development -- Social Cognition -- Socio-Emotional Development -- Pyramid Model -- Adolescent Development -- Addressing Student Sleep Deprivation -- Developmental psychology -- Personality Theories -- Self-Determination Theory -- Motivation -- Humanism -- Intelligence Scales -- Abstract Thinking Skills -- Psycholinguistics -- Instructional Design -- Token Economy -- Mathematics Anxiety -- Affective Variable -- Section 4: Education and the Law -- Equal Educational Opportunity -- School Desegregation -- Evolution vs. Creation -- School prayer -- Freedom of Religion and public Education -- Freedom of Expression and public Education -- Parental Rights and public Education -- Student Rights in the public Schools -- Undocumented Immigrant Students -- Title IX -- Inclusive Education Laws -- Academic Freedom -- Out of School Faculty Behavior -- Sexual Misconduct in the Schools -- School Safety Legislation -- Search and Seizure in the public Schools -- Dispensing Birth Control in public Schools -- Race, Class, and School Discipline -- No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 -- Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) -- Fear of Litigation -- Section 5: politics, Government & Education -- Education and the Economy -- Public Education Finance -- Equalization Aid -- Identity politics in Education -- Cultural Capital & U.S. Education -- Meritocracy -- Teacher's Unions-past and present -- Collective Bargaining and Teachers' Unions -- Minority Teacher Shortages -- U.S. Educational Indicators -- Busing -- Overcrowding in Schools -- English-Only Movement -- School Choice -- School Vouchers -- Spellings Report -- Teacher Tenure -- Tuition-Free College -- Section 6: School Administration & policy -- Becoming a public School Administrator -- Centralized Administration -- Decision-Making Structures and processes -- School Superintendency -- School Boards and Committees -- Education Leadership policy -- School Leadership -- Public School Accountability -- School Improvement plans (SIP) -- School Accreditation -- School-Based Management -- Student Governments -- Instructional Leadership -- Highly Qualified Teachers -- Performance-Based Salaries -- Staff performance Evaluations -- Teacher Supervising -- Classroom Autonomy -- School Culture and School Reform Efforts -- School Climate -- "Sick" School Buildings -- School Dropout Issues -- Marketing of Education -- Section 7: public School Education -- Urban Education -- Rural Education -- Class Size -- The pledge of Allegiance & Moment of Silence Controversy -- Grade Inflation -- School Nursing -- School Librarianship -- Strategies in Teaching Math -- Teaching Reading and Writing -- Teaching English and Literature -- Teaching poetry -- Teaching Creative Writing -- Teaching Humanities -- Teaching History -- Teaching Science in U.S. public Schools -- Teaching Social Studies -- Teaching Foreign Languages in U.S. public Schools -- Teaching physical Education -- Teaching Health and Sex Education -- Teaching the Gifted Student -- Teaching Life Skills -- Teaching Industrial Arts/Technology Education -- Teaching Study Skills -- Business Curriculum -- Library and Resource Instruction -- Public School Education: Middle Grades -- The Creative Writing Classroom -- Section 8: Higher Education -- Land-Grant Universities -- African-American Colleges and Universities -- Tribal Colleges -- Access to Higher Education -- Grants and private Funding -- Affirmative Action in Higher Education -- Admissions policies -- Institutional Effectiveness in Higher Education -- Community College Education -- Accelerated Degree programs -- Virtual Universities -- Non-Traditional Minority Students -- Non-Traditional Older Students -- Underprepared College Students -- Writing Centers -- Academic Dishonesty in Colleges and Universities -- Student Retention -- College Housing -- Crime on College Campuses in the U.S. -- Diploma Mills (Degree Mills) -- Section 9: School Safety -- Social Concerns among Students -- Conflict Mediation -- Crisis Management -- Violence prevention -- Weapons in the Schools -- Zero Tolerance policies -- School-to-prison pipeline -- Bullying -- School Security -- School Health Services -- Drug and Alcohol prevention programs -- Laboratory Safety in the Schools -- Internet Safety -- Dress Codes and Uniforms in public Schools -- Gang Involvement -- Juvenile Delinquency/Truancy -- Hazing -- Guns on Campus.Volume 2 -- Section 1: Multicultural & Diversity Education -- Achievement Gap -- Multicultural Education -- Critical pedagogy -- Culturally Responsive Teaching -- Cultural Intelligence -- Cultural pluralism -- Cultural Values and their Impact on Education -- Multicultural Curricula -- Monoculturalism (Cultural Conservatism) -- White privilege: The Invisible Advantages and Apparent Disadvantages -- Faculty/Staff Diversity -- Section 2: Curriculum and Organization -- Anti-Bias Curriculum -- Home Visits -- School Orientation and Open House -- Parent-Teacher Conferences -- State Curriculum Guidelines -- Academic Learning Time -- Continuous progress Approach -- Integrated Curriculum -- Core Curriculum -- Elective Courses -- Non-Graded Instruction -- Multi-Age Classrooms -- Information Technology Literacy (ITL) -- Coding in the Curriculum -- Ability Grouping -- Looping -- Same-Sex Classrooms -- Self-Contained Classrooms -- Personalized Learning -- Advanced placement program -- Dual Enrollment -- Student Internships -- Student Exchange programs -- Pedagogical Content Knowledge -- Field Trips -- Course Scheduling -- Open Classrooms -- Section 3: Early Childhood Education -- Daycare programs -- Child Development programs -- Early Childhood/preschool Education -- Head Start program -- Home Visits -- Childhood Development -- Language Development -- Developmental Risks -- Early Intervention -- Montessori Method . -- Universal pre-Kindergarten -- Full-Day Kindergarten -- Emergent Literacy -- Section 4: Guidance & Counseling -- School Guidance Centers -- Counseling Methods -- Course Scheduling -- Academic Interventions -- Birth Order & Educational Achievement -- College placement Counseling -- Vocational Counseling -- Multicultural Counseling programs -- Peer Counseling programs -- Counseling Students Who are Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, or Questioning -- School programs to Address Teen pregnancy Issues -- Substance Abuse Counseling -- Students with Mental Illness -- When Students Encounter Death -- Section 5: Teaching Methods -- Metacognition -- Schema Theory -- Socratic Method -- Direct Instruction -- Differentiated Instruction -- Remedial Education -- Whole Language -- Reader-Response Methods -- Sustained Silent Reading (SSR) -- Reciprocal Teaching -- Assessment for Learning -- Student Mentoring -- Concept Mapping -- Process Writing -- Paraphrasing Strategy -- Writing Across the Curriculum -- Transmedia Storytelling -- Game-Based Learning -- Problem-Based Learning -- Cooperative Learning -- Instructional Modeling -- Lesson planning -- Classroom Management -- Classroom Environment -- Team Teaching -- Reflective Teaching -- Section 6: Special Education -- Learners who are Exceptional -- Service Coordination -- Residential Care Education -- Normalization -- Over-identification -- Assessment for Exceptional Learners -- Functional Behavior Assessment -- Multidisciplinary Evaluation -- Response to Intervention (RTI) -- Individualized Education plans -- Inclusive Education -- Mainstreaming in the public Schools -- Instructional Design for Special Education -- Universal Design for Learning -- Homebound Education -- Resource Room in Special Education -- Sheltered Workshops -- Treatment and Education of Autistic and Related Communication Handicapped Children (TEACCH) -- Teaching Students with Autism -- Teaching Dyslexic Students -- Teaching Students with ADHD -- Teaching Students with physical Disabilities -- Teaching the Gifted Student -- Behavior Intervention-Seclusion and Restraints -- Communication-Based Intervention -- Language Acquisition through Motor planning (LAMp) -- Education for the Deaf -- Title I -- Remedial Education -- Transition planning -- Family Involvement in Special Education -- Adaptive Skills and Behavior -- Applied Behavioral Analysis -- Section 7: ESOL -- Teaching English as a Second Language -- Structured English Immersion in ESL Instruction -- Bilingual Education -- Second Language Acquisition -- Sociolinguistics -- Communicative Competence -- English for Specific purposes -- Inter-language pragmatics -- Suggestopedia -- Audio-lingual Method -- World Englishes -- Teaching Heritage Languages -- Peer Response for Second Language Learners -- Writing Assessment for Second Language Learners -- Caring for Infants and Young Children -- Based Intervention -- Language Acquisition through Motor planning (LAMp) -- Education for the Deaf -- Title I -- Remedial Education -- Transition planning -- Family Involvement in Special Education -- Adaptive Skills and Behavior -- Applied Behavioral Analysis -- Section 7: ESOL -- Teaching English as a Second Language -- Structured English Immersion in ESL Instruction -- Bilingual Education -- Second Language Acquisition -- Sociolinguistics -- Communicative Competence -- English for Specific purposes -- Inter-language pragmatics -- Suggestopedia -- Audio-lingual Method -- World Englishes -- Teaching Heritage Languages -- Peer Response for Second Language Learners -- Writing Assessment for Second Language Learners -- Caring for Infants and Young Children.Volume 3 -- Section 1: Technology in Education -- Computers in the Classroom -- Computer-Assisted Instruction -- Assistive Technology in Education -- Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) -- Social Media as a Teaching and Learning Tool -- Technology Access Gap -- iPads in the Classroom -- Web 2.0 in the Schools -- Anchored Instruction -- Online Learning preparation -- Artificial Intelligence in Schools -- Hypermedia in Education -- Educational Software -- STEM Fields and STEM Education -- Integrated Learning Systems -- Intelligent Tutoring Systems -- E-books and Educational Outcomes -- Section 2: Testing and Evaluation -- Intelligence Testing -- Aptitude Testing -- Achievement Tests -- Psychological Testing -- Classroom Evaluation -- Rubrics -- Grades and Report Cards -- Diagnostic Teaching and Testing -- Formative and Summative Assessments -- Authentic Assessment -- Alternative Assessment -- Norm-Referenced Testing -- Criterion-Referenced Testing -- Item Response Theory -- Assessing Digital Literacy -- Student peer Evaluation -- Test Bias -- High School Exit Exams -- College Entrance Exams -- Graduate Record Examinations -- Teacher Competency Requirements -- Section 3: Alternative Education -- Overview of Alternative Education -- Alternative College prep programs -- Distance Learning -- Blended Learning -- Charter Schools -- Magnet Schools -- Pilot Schools -- Home Schooling -- Boarding Schools -- Waldorf Schools -- Tribal Education -- American Heritage Education -- Military Education -- Naturalist Teaching and Learning -- Environmental Education -- Outdoor Adventure Education -- Agricultural Education -- Religious Education in the U.S -- Section 4: Extended Learning -- Educational Television in the Classroom -- Out of School Time programs -- Extended School Year -- Summer Learning Loss -- Community/Youth programs -- Extracurricular Activities and programs -- Supplemental Education Services -- Section 5: Service Learning -- Adult Education programs -- Community-School partnerships -- Community Service Education -- Civics Education in the Schools -- Parent Volunteers in Schools -- Volunteer Teaching Opportunities -- Student Leadership -- Service Learning for Disabled Students -- Gap Year -- Section 6: Teacher Education -- Teacher Certification and Licensure -- In-Service Education programs -- Highly Qualified Teachers -- Master Teachers -- Microteaching Labs -- Teachers' Computer Literacy -- Student Evaluation of Teachers -- Employment Opportunities in Teaching -- Section 7: Adult Education -- Adult Learning Theory -- Andragogy -- Adult Education programs -- Adult Literacy programs -- GED programs -- Career Transition Education Resources -- Industrial and Work-Based Education -- Microdegrees -- Citizenship Classes -- English as a Second Language for Adults -- Family Literacy programs -- Lifelong Learning -- Section 8: International perspectives -- Globalization and Education -- Gender Disparities in World Education -- Charities and Global Education -- poverty Reduction Strategies -- UNESCO-Education for All -- Teaching in Developing Countries -- International Education Indicators -- International Student Mobility -- International Baccalaureate -- Study Abroad programs -- Fulbright program -- National Education plans -- Non-Formal Education -- Skills Development programs -- Terms & Concepts -- Index.A three volume set that includes 446 articles arranged in twenty-five sections that cover a wide range of topics, starting with a historical look at education, and including sections on education theory, psychology, law, government, school safety, diversity, curriculum, counseling, teaching methods, technology in education, testing, alternative education, teacher education and international perspectives.10-A.Mode of access: Internet.
Subjects: Education; Education and state; Teaching; School management and organization; Educational technology;
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Racial & ethnic relations in America / by Mack-Williams, Kibibi,1955-editor.; Shally-Jensen, Michael,editor.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.VOLUME 1 -- Ability testing and bias -- Abolition movement -- Aboriginal Canadians -- Accent discrimination -- Accommodationism -- Acculturation, generational -- Adarand Constructors v. Pena -- Adolescent ethnic identity -- Affirmative action -- African American Baptist Church -- African American cowboys -- African American-American Indian relations -- African Americans: an overview -- African Americans: cultural impact -- African Americans: education -- African Americans: employment -- African Americans: families and socialization -- African Americans: film -- African Americans: in the Civil War -- African Americans: literature -- African Americans: music -- African Americans: stereotypes -- African Americans: women and social equality -- African Canadians -- Afro-Caribbeans -- Afrocentrism -- AIDS conspiracy theory -- Alaska Native Brotherhood and Alaska Native Claims Settlement -- Alcatraz Island occupation -- Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education -- Alianza Federal de Mercedes -- Alien land laws -- Alienation, racial and ethnic -- Allotment system -- AME Church -- AME Zion Church -- Amerasian Homecoming Act -- American Anti-Slavery Society -- American Colonization Society -- American Council on Race Relations -- American Indian activism -- American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month -- American Indian civil rights -- American Indian Civil Rights Act -- American Indian Defense Association (AIDA) -- American Indian Movement -- American Indian Policy Review Commission -- American Indian Religious Freedom Act -- American Indian slavery -- American Indians: agriculture -- American Indians: an overview -- American Indians: dance and music -- VOLUME 2 -- Ethnic heritage revival -- Ethnic identities of women -- Ethnic identity: choice and development -- Ethnic studies programs -- Ethnicity and ethnic groups -- Ethnocentrism in American history -- Ethnocide -- Ethnogenesis theory -- Ethnoviolence -- Euro-American -- Eurocentrism -- European immigration to Canada: 1867-present -- European immigration to the United States: 1790-1892 -- European immigration to the United States: 1892-1943 -- Ex parte Crow Dog -- External colonialism -- Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC) -- Fair Housing Act -- Fascism in Canada -- Federal riot -- Federally recognized tribes -- FEMA response to Hurricane Katrina: an overview -- Ferguson unrest -- Fifteen Principles -- Fifteenth Amendment -- Filipino Americans and race relations -- Filipino Veterans' movement -- Financial crisis of 2008 and communities of color -- First Nations-white relations in Canada -- Fisher v. University of Texas -- Fish-ins -- Foreign professionals in the United States -- Fourteenth Amendment -- Francophone -- Frank lynching -- Free African Society -- Free blacks -- Freedmen's Bureau -- Racial & Ethnic Relations in America Complete List of Contents -- Freedom Riders -- Freedom Summer -- Free-Soil Party -- French Canadian women -- French Canadians -- Friends of the Indian -- Frustration-aggression theory -- Fugitive slave laws -- Fullilove v. Klutznick -- Fusion movement -- Gadsden Purchase -- Gendered racism -- General Allotment Act -- Genetic basis for race -- The Bell Curve Debate: Race, Intelligence, and Genes -- Genocide of American Indians -- Genocide: cultural -- Genocide: physical -- Gentlemen's agreement -- German Americans -- Ghost Dance religion -- Glass ceiling -- Globalization's impact on US racial/ethnic demographics -- Goetz incident -- Graham v. Richardson -- Grandfather clauses -- Great Migration -- Greek Americans -- Green v. County School Board of New Kent County -- Greensboro sit-ins -- Griffin v. Breckenridge -- Griggs v. Duke Power Company -- Grovey v. Townsend -- Guadalupe Hidalgo Treaty -- Guinn v. United States -- Gullah -- Haitians and Haitian refugees -- Hansen effect -- Harlem Renaissance -- Harlins, Latasha, murder -- Harper v. Virginia Board of Elections -- Hate Crime Statistics Act -- Hate crimes and racial relations -- Hate speech -- Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Americans -- Hawkins murder -- Head Start -- Health care and racial/ethnic relations -- Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States -- Hindu Holidays and Festivals -- Hip hop culture -- Hirabayashi v. United States -- Hispanic v. Latino -- Hispanic/Latino discrimination -- Hmong Americans -- Holocaust -- Holocaust denial -- Homelessness and racial/ethnic relations -- Horton incident -- Housing and race relations -- Human Rights Act -- Hurricane Katrina and FEMA's response -- Hymietown statement -- Hypersegregation -- Hypodescent -- Hypogamy -- Identification assimilation -- Ideological racism -- Immigrant advantage -- Immigrant bashing -- Immigrant women -- Immigrants in the military -- Immigration Act of 1917 -- Immigration Act of 1924 -- Immigration Act of 1943 -- Immigration Act of 1990 -- Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) -- Immigration and emigration -- Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 -- Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 -- Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) -- Immigration law in Canada -- Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 -- Immigration restrictions: an overview -- Immigration's positive impact on US society -- Incorporation -- Indentured servitude -- Indian -- Indian Act of 1876 -- Indian Act of 1951 -- Indian Act of 1985 -- Indian Americans -- Indian Appropriation Act -- Indian Child Welfare Act -- Indian Citizenship Act -- Indian Claims Commission -- Indian Education Acts -- Indian Gaming Regulatory Act -- Indian New Deal -- Indian offenses -- Indian preference -- Indian Removal Act -- Indian Reorganization Act -- Indian Rights Association (IRA) -- Indian Territory -- Indian-white relations in Canada - Indian-white relations in the United States -- Indigenous superordination -- Individual racism -- Inequality -- Initiative on Race -- Institutional racism -- Integration -- Intelligence and race -- Internal colonialism -- Internalized racism -- International Indian Treaty Council -- Interracial and interethnic friendship -- Interracial and interethnic marriage -- Iranian Americans -- Irish American stereotypes -- Irish Americans -- Irish Catholic "race" -- Irish-African American relations -- Irredentism -- Islamophobia -- Israeli Americans -- Italian American stereotypes -- Italian Americans -- Jamaican Americans -- Japan bashing -- Japanese American internment -- Japanese Americans -- Jewish American outmarriage -- Jewish Americans -- Jewish Americans as a middleman minority -- Jewish Canadians -- Jewish Defense League (JDL) -- Jewish ethnicity -- Jewish Federations of North America -- Jewish Holidays and Celebrations -- Jewish stereotypes -- Jewish women -- Jewish-African American relations -- Jewish-Muslim relations -- Jim Crow laws -- Job Corps and racial relations -- John Brown's raid -- Jones Act of 1917 -- Jones v. Alfred H. Mayer Company -- Judaism and ethnic relations -- Jury nullification -- Jury selection -- Kansas-Nebraska Act -- Keeler Commission -- Keetoowah Society -- Keyes v. Denver School District No. 1 -- King assassination -- King case -- Know-Nothing Party -- Komagata Maru Incident -- Korean Americans -- Korean-African American relations -- Korematsu v. United States -- Ku Klux Klan -- Ku Klux Klan Acts -- Labor movements and race relations -- Latinos: an overview -- Latinos: employment -- Latinos: families and socialization -- Latinos: film -- Latinos: stereotypes -- Latinos: women (Latinas) -- Lau v. Nichols -- League of United Latin American Citizens -- The Liberator -- Lincoln-Douglas debates -- Literacy tests -- Little Bighorn -- Little Havana -- Little Italies -- Little Rock school desegregation -- Little Tokyos -- Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock -- Long Walk -- Longest Walk -- Loo murder -- Los Angeles riots of 1992 -- Lynchings in American history -- Lyng v. Northwest Indian Cemetery Protective Association -- Machine politics -- Mafia -- Mainstreaming -- Majority and minority -- MANA (organization) -- Maquiladoras -- Mariel boatlift -- Martial assimilation -- Marranos -- Marxist models -- Mass incarceration of African Americans and other ethnic minorities -- Massachusetts "Body of Liberties" -- Massie case -- McCleskey v. Kemp -- Meech Lake Accord -- Melting pot theory -- Meritocracy myth -- Mestizo -- Metis -- Mexican Americans and Mexican immigrants -- Miami riots of 1980 -- Middleman minorities -- Migrant detention centers -- Migrant superordination  -- Military and racial/ethnic relations -- Military desegregation -- Milliken v. Bradley -- Million Man March -- Million Women March -- Minority and majority groups -- Minority voting districts -- Miscegenation laws in the US -- Missions, missionaries, and American Indians -- Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party -- Missouri Compromise -- "Model" minorities -- Molly Maguires -- Mongrelization -- Montgomery bus boycott -- Moose Lodge No. 107 v. Irvis -- Mormons -- Morrill Land Grant Act of 1890 -- Motown Records -- Moynihan Report -- Mulattoes -- Multiculturalism -- Multiculturalism Act -- Multiculturalism in Canada -- Multiracial identity -- Multiracial movement -- Muslim holidays and celebrations -- Muslims in North America -- Naivete explanation of racism -- Nation of Islam -- National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders -- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People -- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Legal Defense and Educational Fund -- National Association of Colored Women -- National Black Women's Political Leadership Caucus -- National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (N'COBRA) -- National Coalition on Racism in Sports and Media -- National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) -- National Council of American Indians -- National Council of Colored People -- National Council of La Raza -- National Council of Negro Women -- National Indian Association -- National Indian Youth Council -- National Urban League (NUL) -- Native American -- Native American Church -- Native American Church v. Navajo Tribal Council -- Native American gaming and gambling -- Native American mascot controversy -- Native American Rights Fund -- Native American studies -- Nativism -- Naturalization Act of 1790 -- Navajo Rehabilitation Act -- Navajo War -- Navajo-Hopi Land Settlement Act -- Nazism -- Negro Conventions -- Neo-Nazism -- New York slave revolt -- Newark race riots -- Newberry v. United States -- New media and racial/ethnic relations -- New Perce exile -- Niagara Movement -- Nisga'a Agreement in Principle -- 9/11 attacks and racial/ethnic relations -- Nixon v. Herdon -- Nonviolent resistance (racial relations) -- Nordic "race" -- The North Star -- Northwest Ordinance -- Nunavut Territory -- Obama, Barack, First African-American US President -- Obergefell v. Hodges -- October crisis -- Official Languages Act -- Oka crisis -- Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act of 1936 -- Ole Miss desegregation -- Oliphant v. Suquamish Indian Tribe -- One-drop rule -- Operation Bootstrap -- Operation Wetback -- Oppositional culture -- Oppression mentality -- Orangeburg Massacre -- Orientalism -- "Other" theory and racial and ethnic relations -- Out-group -- Ozawa v. United States -- Padilla v. Commonwealth of Kentucky -- Page law -- Pan-Africanism -- Panethnicity -- Pan-Indianism -- Pasadena City Board of Education v. Spangler -- Passing and race relations -- Patriarchal system -- Peltier case -- Pennsylvania Society for the Abolition of Slavery -- People of color -- People v. George Hall -- Peyote religion -- Philadelphia riots -- Philippine insurrection -- Pine Ridge shootout -- Platt Amendment -- Plessy v. Ferguson -- Pluralism v. assimilation -- Pluralism v. particularism -- Plyler v. Doe -- Pogrom -- Police Brutality -- Polish Americans -- Political cartoons and Islam: an overview -- Political correctness --VOLUME 3 -- Politics and racial/ethnic relations in Canada -- Politics of hate -- Poll tax -- Poor People's March on Washington -- Pope's Revolt -- Popular media: portrayals of race and ethnicity -- Positive ethnocentrism -- Post-Columbian West Indies uprisings -- "Post-racial" or "color-blind" society -- Poverty and race -- Power elite -- Powwows -- Prejudice and discrimination: Merton's paradigm -- Prejudice and stereotyping -- Prejudice: effects -- Prejudice: reduction -- Presidential election of 2012 -- President's Committee on Civil Rights (1946) -- Proclamation of 1763 -- Progressive inclusion theory of assimilation -- Proposition 187 -- Proposition 209 -- Progressive inclusion theory of assimilation -- Proslavery argument -- Protestant holidays and celebrations -- Psychological theories of intergroup relations -- Psychology of racism -- Public Law 280 -- Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund -- Puerto Rico -- Push and pull factors (race relations) -- Quotas and race relations -- R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul -- Race as a concept -- Race card -- Race relations cycle -- Race riots of 1866 -- Race riots of 1943 -- Race riots in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries -- Race-class debate -- Race-neutrality -- Racial and ethnic demographics in Canada -- Racial and ethnic demographics trends -- Racial and ethnic tolerance -- Racial formation theory -- Racial hierarchy -- Racial profiling: an overview -- Racial propaganda -- Racial/ethnic jokes and humor -- Racial/ethnic relations in Canada -- Racial/ethnic relations: theoretical overview -- Racial formation theory -- Racial profiling -- Racism as a "system of advantage" -- Racism as an ideology -- Racism: changing nature over time -- Racism: history of the concept -- "Racial" versus "ethnic" -- Rainbow PUSH Coalition -- Reapportionment cases -- Reconstruction -- Red Scare -- Redemption period -- Redistricting -- Redlining -- Redress movement -- Refugee fatigue -- Refugees and racial/ethnic relations -- Refugees, US policy on -- Reitman v. Mulkey -- Relative deprivation theory -- Religion-based ethnicities -- Relocation of American Indians -- Reparations for slavery -- Repatriation -- Representation: gerrymandering, malapportionment, and reapportionment -- Reservation system of the United States -- Reserve system of Canada -- Restitution to Native Americans -- Restrictive or racial covenants -- Retribalization -- "Reverse" racism -- Reynolds v. Sims -- Richmond v. J. A. Croson Company -- Riel Rebellions -- Roldan v. Los Angeles County -- Roma -- Roosevelt coalition -- Rosenberg trial -- Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP) -- Runyon v. McCrary -- Russian Americans -- Sacco and Vanzetti trial -- Sanctuary movement -- Sand Creek massacre (1864) -- Santa Clara Pueblo v. Martinez -- Santeria -- Scandinavian Americans -- "Scientific" racism -- Scots-Irish "race" -- Scott v. Sandford -- Scottsboro trials -- Segmented assimilation theory -- Segregation in American history -- Segregation on the frontier -- Segregation versus integration -- Self-determination and ethnicity in the US -- Self-identification among Asian Americans -- Self-identification among Latinos -- Self-segregation -- Sell-out -- Selma-Montgomery march -- Seminole Wars -- Separatism -- Separatist movement in Quebec -- Sephardic Jewish Americans -- Set-asides -- Settlement houses -- Sexual fears and racism -- Sharecropping -- Shaw v. Reno -- Shelley v. Kraemer -- Sikhs in Canada -- Sikhs in the United States -- Simpson trial -- Sioux War -- Skinheads -- Slave codes -- Slave rebellions -- Slavery -- Slavery and race relations -- Slavery and the justice system -- Slavery in the early development of North America -- Smith v. Allwright -- Social Darwinism and racism -- Social identity theory and race relations -- Social mobility and race -- Social perception of others -- Social rearticulation -- Social stratification theories -- Socialization and reference groups -- Society of American Indians -- Sociobiology and race -- Somatic norm theory -- Soul as a concept -- South Carolina Statehouse Confederate Flag Controversy -- Southern Conference for Human Welfare -- Southwest Voter Registration Education Project -- Soviet Jewish immigrants -- Split labor market theory -- Sports and racial relations -- Standardized testing and IQ testing controversies -- Standing Bear v. Crook -- Status Indians -- Stereotype -- Stereotyping and the self-fulfilling prophecy -- Stop and frisk -- Structural assimilation -- Structural racism -- Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee -- Subordinate group -- Summit Meeting of National Negro Leaders -- Supreme Court and ethnic representation -- Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education -- Sweatt v. Painter -- Symbolic interactionism (racial and ethnic issues) -- Symbolic racism -- Syncretism -- Taiwanese Americans -- Talented Tenth - Tecumseh's Rebellion -- Termination Resolution -- Teutonic "race" -- Third World strike - Thomas/Hill hearings -- Three-fifths compromise -- Tibetans in North America -- Tokenism -- Tolerance -- Trail of Broken Treaties -- Trail of Tears -- Transnationalism and ethnonationalism -- Transracial adoption in the US -- Treaties and agreements with Aboriginal peoples in Canada -- Treaties and agreements with American Indians of the United States -- Tribal councils -- Tribal courts -- Tribal sovereignty -- Tribalism -- Triple oppression -- Turner's slave insurrection -- Tuskegee Airmen -- Tuskegee experiment -- Twice migrants -- Tydings-McDuffie Act -- Unarmed black killings by whites in the twenty-first century -- Underclass theories -- Underground Railroad -- Undocumented immigration -- Undocumented/unauthorized worker/migrant -- United Farm Workers -- United Jewish Appeal -- United Negro College Fund (UNCF) -- United States Commission on Civil Rights -- United States v. Bhagat Singh Thind -- United States v. Kagama -- United States v. Reese -- United States v. Washington -- United Steelworkers of America v. Weber -- Universal Negro Improvement Association -- Urban Indians -- Urban underclass and the rural poor -- USA Freedom Act -- Vietnamese Americans -- Vietnamese Canadians -- Visible minority allophones in Canada -- Voter restriction laws and initiatives -- Voting Rights Act of 1965 -- Voting rights of American Indians -- Voting right of Canadian aboriginals -- War Brides Act -- War on terrorism -- Wards Cove Packing Company v. Atonio -- Washington v. Davis -- Water rights and racial relations -- Watts riot -- Weber v. Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation -- "Welfare queen" stereotype -- Welfare reform and racial/ethnic relations -- Welfare reforms of 1996 -- Welfare stereotypes -- Welfare's impact on racial/ethnic relations -- West Indian Americans -- White "race" -- White Anglo-Saxon Protestant (WASP) -- White Aryan Brotherhood -- White church -- White ethnics -- White flight -- White man's burden -- White Paper of 1969 -- White supremacist groups in the US -- White trash -- Whites -- Wilson-Willie debate -- Wisconsin v. Mitchell -- Women and racism -- Women of All Red Nations -- Women of color -- Wong Kim Ark v. United States -- Work ethic and race relations -- Workplace Teams and Diversity -- Wounded Knee massacre (1890) -- Wounded Knee occupation (1973) -- Xenophobia, nativism, and eugenics -- Yellow peril campaign -- Yellow Power -- Young Lords -- Youth gangs -- Zionism -- Zoning and race relations -- Zoot-suit riots -- Appendixes -- Time Line of Racial and Ethnic Relations -- Categorized List of Entries -- Pioneers of Intergroup Relations -- Bibliography of Racial and Ethnic Relations -- Index."The three volumes of Racial & Ethnic Relations in America discuss the history of race relations in America, and provide new insight into racial relations and tensions seen in our cities, in the media, and on the minds of Americans today. Over 900 entries present clear, detailed descriptions of ideas and theories, descriptions of people and events, and essential facts about court cases, laws and movements. This new edition features a full update of existing material, taking into consideration new terms and language regarding race. Hundreds of articles have been added to this edition, including: Black Lives Matter, Black LGBTQ, Violence in Black Communities, Black Education Achievement Gap, Black Mass Incarceration, Inner City Youth Employment Crisis, Victimology and Black Reparations, and White on Black Killings. Four broad article types present detailed material in a clear, understandable language: theory articles discuss how racial groups are formed, how they change over time, how they relate to one another, and how they affect their members ; history articles provide readers with easy access to a wealth of articles on the historical background of race and ethnicity ; current events & issues offers coverage of the hot topics of today's American societies in a format that enables readers to delve more deeply into many of the key issues affecting our ability to interrelate with peoples of different racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds. Pioneers of Intergroup Relations provides sketches of individuals who have been especially influential in shaping relations among racial and ethnic groups. Additional supplementary materials include a Timeline, Bibliography, Personages Index, and a Subject Index. Designed for high school students, undergraduates, and public library patrons, this updated resource illuminates the many concepts, themes, and issues in race relations in America, both from a historical perspective and in today's modern society. This important work will be a useful addition to high school, university, community college, and public libraries, as well as for history and ethnic studies collections of all sizes"--Provided by publisher.
Subjects: Minorities; Racism; Race discrimination; Race relations;
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Racial & Ethnic Relations in America / by Mack-Williams, Kibibi,1955-editor.; Shally-Jensen, Michael,editor.;
Includes bibliographical references.VOLUME 1 -- Ability testing and bias -- Abolition movement -- Aboriginal Canadians -- Accent discrimination -- Accommodationism -- Acculturation, generational -- Adarand Constructors v. Pena -- Adolescent ethnic identity -- Affirmative action -- African American Baptist Church -- African American cowboys -- African American-American Indian relations -- African Americans: an overview -- African Americans: cultural impact -- African Americans: education -- African Americans: employment -- African Americans: families and socialization -- African Americans: film -- African Americans: in the Civil War -- African Americans: literature -- African Americans: music -- African Americans: stereotypes -- African Americans: women and social equality -- African Canadians -- Afro-Caribbeans -- Afrocentrism -- AIDS conspiracy theory -- Alaska Native Brotherhood and Alaska Native Claims Settlement -- Alcatraz Island occupation -- Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education -- Alianza Federal de Mercedes -- Alien land laws -- Alienation, racial and ethnic -- Allotment system -- AME Church -- AME Zion Church -- Amerasian Homecoming Act -- American Anti-Slavery Society -- American Colonization Society -- American Council on Race Relations -- American Indian activism -- American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month -- American Indian civil rights -- American Indian Civil Rights Act -- American Indian Defense Association (AIDA) -- American Indian Movement -- American Indian Policy Review Commission -- American Indian Religious Freedom Act -- American Indian slavery -- American Indians: agriculture -- American Indians: an overview -- American Indians: dance and music -- VOLUME 3 -- Politics and racial/ethnic relations in Canada -- Politics of hate -- Poll tax -- Poor People's March on Washington -- Pope's Revolt -- Popular media: portrayals of race and ethnicity -- Positive ethnocentrism -- Post-Columbian West Indies uprisings -- "Post-racial" or "color-blind" society -- Poverty and race -- Power elite -- Powwows -- Prejudice and discrimination: Merton's paradigm -- Prejudice and stereotyping -- Prejudice: effects -- Prejudice: reduction -- Presidential election of 2012 -- President's Committee on Civil Rights (1946) -- Proclamation of 1763 -- Progressive inclusion theory of assimilation -- Proposition 187 -- Proposition 209 -- Progressive inclusion theory of assimilation -- Proslavery argument -- Protestant holidays and celebrations -- Psychological theories of intergroup relations -- Psychology of racism -- Public Law 280 -- Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund -- Puerto Rico -- Push and pull factors (race relations) -- Quotas and race relations -- R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul -- Race as a concept -- Race card -- Race relations cycle -- Race riots of 1866 -- Race riots of 1943 -- Race riots in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries -- Race-class debate -- Race-neutrality -- Racial and ethnic demographics in Canada -- Racial and ethnic demographics trends -- Racial and ethnic tolerance -- Racial formation theory -- Racial hierarchy -- Racial profiling: an overview -- Racial propaganda -- Racial/ethnic jokes and humor -- Racial/ethnic relations in Canada -- Racial/ethnic relations: theoretical overview -- Racial formation theory -- Racial profiling -- Racism as a "system of advantage" -- Racism as an ideology -- Racism: changing nature over time -- Racism: history of the concept -- "Racial" versus "ethnic" -- Rainbow PUSH Coalition -- Reapportionment cases -- Reconstruction -- Red Scare -- Redemption period -- Redistricting -- Redlining -- Redress movement -- Refugee fatigue -- Refugees and racial/ethnic relations -- Refugees, US policy on -- Reitman v. Mulkey -- Relative deprivation theory -- Religion-based ethnicities -- Relocation of American Indians -- Reparations for slavery -- Repatriation -- Representation: gerrymandering, malapportionment, and reapportionment -- Reservation system of the United States -- Reserve system of Canada -- Restitution to Native Americans -- Restrictive or racial covenants -- Retribalization -- "Reverse" racism -- Reynolds v. Sims -- Richmond v. J. A. Croson Company -- Riel Rebellions -- Roldan v. Los Angeles County -- Roma -- Roosevelt coalition -- Rosenberg trial -- Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP) -- Runyon v. McCrary -- Russian Americans -- Sacco and Vanzetti trial -- Sanctuary movement -- Sand Creek massacre (1864) -- Santa Clara Pueblo v. Martinez -- Santeria -- Scandinavian Americans -- "Scientific" racism -- Scots-Irish "race" -- Scott v. Sandford -- Scottsboro trials --Segmented assimilation theory -- Segregation in American history -- Segregation on the frontier -- Segregation versus integration -- Self-determination and ethnicity in the US -- Self-identification among Asian Americans -- Self-identification among Latinos -- Self-segregation -- Sell-out -- Selma-Montgomery march -- Seminole Wars -- Separatism -- Separatist movement in Quebec -- Sephardic Jewish Americans -- Set-asides -- Settlement houses -- Sexual fears and racism -- Sharecropping -- Shaw v. Reno -- Shelley v. Kraemer -- Sikhs in Canada -- Sikhs in the United States -- Simpson trial -- Sioux War -- Skinheads -- Slave codes -- Slave rebellions -- Slavery -- Slavery and race relations -- Slavery and the justice system -- Slavery in the early development of North America -- Smith v. Allwright -- Social Darwinism and racism -- Social identity theory and race relations -- Social mobility and race -- Social perception of others -- Social rearticulation -- Social stratification theories -- Socialization and reference groups -- Society of American Indians -- Sociobiology and race -- Somatic norm theory -- Soul as a concept -- South Carolina Statehouse Confederate Flag Controversy -- Southern Conference for Human Welfare -- Southwest Voter Registration Education Project -- Soviet Jewish immigrants -- Split labor market theory -- Sports and racial relations -- Standardized testing and IQ testing controversies -- Standing Bear v. Crook -- Status Indians -- Stereotype -- Stereotyping and the self-fulfilling prophecy -- Stop and frisk -- Structural assimilation -- Structural racism -- Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee -- Subordinate group -- Summit Meeting of National Negro Leaders -- Supreme Court and ethnic representation -- Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education -- Sweatt v. Painter -- Symbolic interactionism (racial and ethnic issues) -- Symbolic racism -- Syncretism -- Taiwanese Americans -- Talented Tenth - Tecumseh's Rebellion -- Termination Resolution -- Teutonic "race" -- Third World strike - Thomas/Hill hearings -- Three-fifths compromise -- Tibetans in North America -- Tokenism -- Tolerance -- Trail of Broken Treaties -- Trail of Tears -- Transnationalism and ethnonationalism -- Transracial adoption in the US -- Treaties and agreements with Aboriginal peoples in Canada -- Treaties and agreements with American Indians of the United States -- Tribal councils -- Tribal courts -- Tribal sovereignty -- Tribalism -- Triple oppression -- Turner's slave insurrection -- Tuskegee Airmen -- Tuskegee experiment -- Twice migrants -- Tydings-McDuffie Act -- Unarmed black killings by whites in the twenty-first century -- Underclass theories -- Underground Railroad -- Undocumented immigration -- Undocumented/unauthorized worker/migrant -- United Farm Workers -- United Jewish Appeal -- United Negro College Fund (UNCF) -- United States Commission on Civil Rights -- United States v. Bhagat Singh Thind -- United States v. Kagama -- United States v. Reese -- United States v. Washington -- United Steelworkers of America v. Weber -- Universal Negro Improvement Association -- Urban Indians -- Urban underclass and the rural poor -- USA Freedom Act -- Vietnamese Americans -- Vietnamese Canadians -- Visible minority allophones in Canada -- Voter restriction laws and initiatives -- Voting Rights Act of 1965 -- Voting rights of American Indians -- Voting right of Canadian aboriginals -- War Brides Act -- War on terrorism -- Wards Cove Packing Company v. Atonio -- Washington v. Davis -- Water rights and racial relations -- Watts riot -- Weber v. Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation -- "Welfare queen" stereotype -- Welfare reform and racial/ethnic relations -- Welfare reforms of 1996 -- Welfare stereotypes -- Welfare's impact on racial/ethnic relations -- West Indian Americans -- White "race" -- White Anglo-Saxon Protestant (WASP) -- White Aryan Brotherhood -- White church -- White ethnics -- White flight -- White man's burden -- White Paper of 1969 -- White supremacist groups in the US -- White trash -- Whites -- Wilson-Willie debate -- Wisconsin v. Mitchell -- Women and racism -- Women of All Red Nations -- Women of color -- Wong Kim Ark v. United States -- Work ethic and race relations -- Workplace Teams and Diversity -- Wounded Knee massacre (1890) -- Wounded Knee occupation (1973) -- Xenophobia, nativism, and eugenics -- Yellow peril campaign -- Yellow Power -- Young Lords -- Youth gangs -- Zionism -- Zoning and race relations -- Zoot-suit riots -- Appendixes -- Time Line of Racial and Ethnic Relations -- Categorized List of Entries -- Pioneers of Intergroup Relations -- Bibliography of Racial and Ethnic Relations -- Index."The three volumes of Racial & Ethnic Relations in America discuss the history of race relations in America, and provide new insight into racial relations and tensions seen in our cities, in the media, and on the minds of Americans today. Over 900 entries present clear, detailed descriptions of ideas and theories, descriptions of people and events, and essential facts about court cases, laws and movements. This new edition features a full update of existing material, taking into consideration new terms and language regarding race. Hundreds of articles have been added to this edition, including: Black Lives Matter, Black LGBTQ, Violence in Black Communities, Black Education Achievement Gap, Black Mass Incarceration, Inner City Youth Employment Crisis, Victimology and Black Reparations, and White on Black Killings. Four broad article types present detailed material in a clear, understandable language: theory articles discuss how racial groups are formed, how they change over time, how they relate to one another, and how they affect their members ; history articles provide readers with easy access to a wealth of articles on the historical background of race and ethnicity ; current events & issues offers coverage of the hot topics of today's American societies in a format that enables readers to delve more deeply into many of the key issues affecting our ability to interrelate with peoples of different racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds. Pioneers of Intergroup Relations provides sketches of individuals who have been especially influential in shaping relations among racial and ethnic groups. Additional supplementary materials include a Timeline, Bibliography, Personages Index, and a Subject Index. Designed for high school students, undergraduates, and public library patrons, this updated resource illuminates the many concepts, themes, and issues in race relations in America, both from a historical perspective and in today's modern society. This important work will be a useful addition to high school, university, community college, and public libraries, as well as for history and ethnic studies collections of all sizes"--Provided by publisher.10-A.
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