Assimilation in American Life : The Role of Race, Religion, and National Origins
A sociological analysis of the theories of assimilation in American society, noting the cultural and behavioral characteristics of religions, racial and ethnic groups.
- Paperback | 286 pages
- 141.2 x 214.4 x 18mm | 199.06g
- 25 Jun 1964
- Oxford University Press Inc
- New York, United States
Important and entirely admirable....Gordon's review of theories of Anglo-conformity, the melting pot, and cultural pluralism is the best I have ever seen. Specialists in intergroup relations will find Gordon's book a most useful addition to their personal bookshelves and an indispensable newcomer to their pedagogical repertoire. * American Sociological Review *