Research in Race and Ethnic Relations
Editor: Dr Donald Cunnigen and Dr Marino A Bruce
Subject: Sociology and Public Policy (view other series in this subject area)
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Research in Race and Ethnic Relations (RRER) adopts a Duboisian approach to the study of race and ethnic relations by providing a forum for scholars, researchers, advocates, and policy analysts to present in-depth examinations of critical issues relevant to and associated with racial and ethnic groups.
The series encourages scholarship that utilizes theory and quantitative and qualitative methodologies in an exploration of race and ethnic relations. It provides the benefits of knowledge that will assist in achieving positive structural changes in modern race and ethnic relations.
RRER acknowledges and promotes the intersectionality of race and ethnic relations with other social structures and institutions such as class, gender, age, educational institutions, governments, the family, etc.
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This volume is the second part of a two volume examination of the sociological and cultural impact derivative of Barack Hussein Obama’s initial election and re-election as President of the United States.
21st Century Urban Race Politics: Representing Minorities as Universal Interests, Volume 18
Edited by Ravi K. Perry, Mississippi State University
Hispanic Migration and Urban Development: Studies from Washington DC, Volume 17
Edited by Enrique S. Pumar, The Catholic University of America
Review of 21st Century Urban Race Politics: Representing Minorities as Universal Interests, Volume 18
“Readers will find an in depth political analysis of the mayors of [cities with] a unique history and economic niche. They were settled and grew because of an economic function. People born and raised in these cities can see the changes in their hometown. New residents are often only aware of the city current reputation and form. The visitor may only see the city downtown façade and miss the mosaic of the neighborhoods. This is why this collection is so valuable. This anthology will be useful to city watchers because it is one of the first serious reviews of political structures of these cities.” Wilbur C. Rich, Professor of Political Science (Emeritus)
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University of Rhode Island, USA
Marino A. Bruce,
Jackson State University, USA
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For more information about any of the volumes listed below, or to purchase a print copy, please click on the relevant volume title:
- Race in the Age of Obama Part 2, Volume 19
- 21st Century Urban Race Politics: Representing Minorities as Universal Interests, Volume 18
- Hispanic Migration and Urban Development: Studies from Washington DC, Volume 17
- Race in the Age of Obama, Volume 16
- Biculturalism, Self Identity and Societal Development, Volume 15
- The New Black: Alternative Paradigms and Strategies for the 21st Century, Volume 14
- The Racial Politics of Booker T. Washington , Volume 13
- Marginality, Power and Social Structure: Issues in Race, Class, and Gender Analysis, Volume 12
- The Sociology of Oliver C. Cox: New Perspectives, Volume 11
- The Black Intellectuals, Volume 10