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By Wray, Matt
A comprehensive and clever mix of classic and contemporary essays on the sociology of culture.
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Edited by Newitz, Annalee; Wray, Matt
This collection is devoted to exploring stereotypes about the social conditions of poor whites in the United States and comparing these stereotypes with the social reality.
Edited by Brander Rasmussen, Birgit; Klinenberg, Eric; Nexica, Irene J.; Wray, Matt
Presents a range of inquiry into the nature of whiteness as an identity crosscut by race. This title includes essays which deals with theories of racial domination, comparative global racisms, trans-national white identity, and post-apartheid South Africa.
Part historical inquiry and part sociological investigation, this book documents the origins and transformations of the multiple meanings projected on to poor rural whites in the United States. It demonstrates the power of social categories and boundaries to shape social relation ...
Presents a range of inquiry into the nature of whiteness as an identity crosscut by race. This title aims to combat the historical legacies of white supremacy and to inform those who seek to understand the changing nature of white identity, both in the United States and abroad.
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