The quality and quantity of contact : African Americans and Whites on college campuses (Book, 2002) [University of Maryland, College Park]
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The quality and quantity of contact : African Americans and Whites on college campuses

The quality and quantity of contact : African Americans and Whites on college campuses

Author: Robert M Moore, III.
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Moore (sociology, Frostburg State U.) presents 18 contributions that sociologically study facets of the American college experience through the prism of race relations. Often, the articles draw from the existing literature, original sociological research, and personal experience. Topics addressed include white cultural appropriation of hip-hop, the history of the Black Student Union, identifying as both black and  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Quality and quantity of contact.
Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, ©2002
(OCoLC)606844200
Online version:
Quality and quantity of contact.
Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, ©2002
(OCoLC)608994227
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert M Moore, III.
ISBN: 0761822771 9780761822776
OCLC Number: 49276575
Description: xi, 353 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Teaching region, learning humility / Larry Griffin --
Black and white friendship / Sharon A. Lewis and Sara D. Jonsberg --
Balancing academic and athletic success : a chronicle of African American male athletes' involvement in higher education / Eddie Comeaux and C. Keith Harrison --
"It's not about race" : making whiteness visible in the interpretation of rap music / Natalie Fasnacht --
Revisiting African American university students' interpersonal style on predominantly white campuses / Wanda Collins, Robbie J. Steward, and Douglas Neil --
Don't stand too close to me : social distance and college students at a northern New Jersey university / Gabe Wang and Kathleen Korgen --
The history of the Black student union at a professional institution / Joseph Ruane --
Black and gay identity selection on college campuses : master and subordinate status strain and conflict / Tim Baylor --
"Did you hear what that white woman said?" : speaking for change in Memphis, Tennessee / Wanda Rushing --
Exploring racial policy views of college-age white Americans : implications for campus climate / Eboni M. Zamani --
African American male students at predominantly white female institutions of higher education / Amitra Hodge --
Interaction patterns between Black and white college students : for better or worse? / Jas M. Sullivan, Ashraf M. Esmail, and Raymond S. Soh --
Black professor/white students : the unique problems minority professors face when teaching race/ethnicity to majority group students / George Yancey --
Would but don't : reconciling expressed willingness to intergroup marriage with national trends / Charles A. Gallagher --
Do undergraduate college students self-segregate? / Bette J. Dickerson [and others] --
Student multicultural tolerance levels in relation to student rank / Elliot Anderson --
Understanding the margins : marginality and social segregation in predominantly white institutions / Will Tyson --
Race, gender and intimacy on a college campus / Robert M. Moore III.
Other Titles: African Americans and Whites on college campuses
Responsibility: edited by Robert M. Moore III.

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The authors present to the reader, meaningfully and responsibly, the quality and quantity of contact between African Americans and whites on predominantly white campuses across our nation.  Read more...
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