Race, Gender, and Class

Race, Gender, and Class : Theory and Methods of Analysis

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For the junior/senior level course in Race, Class and Gender in sociology, women's studies, and race/ethnic studies departments. This edited volume provides race, class, gender theory and detailed guidelines, strategies, and rules for the methodology of the Race, Class and Gender approach. It uses Intersection Theory to expose students to articles that employ the Race, Class, Gender approach.show more

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  • Paperback | 448 pages
  • 175.3 x 231.1 x 25.4mm | 748.44g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
  • English
  • New.
  • 0130487619
  • 9780130487612

About Bart Landry

Bart Landry is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Maryland, USAshow more

Table of contents

Part I: The Theory of Intersectional Analysis IntroductionChapter 1: "Multiple Jeopardy, Multiple Consciousness: The Context of a Black Feminist Ideology" by Deborah K. KingChapter 2: "Theorizing Race, Class, and Gender: The New Scholarship of Black Feminist Intellectuals and Black Women's Labor" by Rose M. BrewerChapter 3: "Toward a New Vision: Race, Class, and Gender as Categories of Analysis and Connection" by Patricia Hill CollinsChapter 4: "Theorizing Difference from Multiracial Feminism" by Maxine Baca Zinn and Bonnie Thornton DillChapter 5: "Doing Difference" by Candace West and Sarah FenstermakerChapter 6: "Symposium on West and Fenstermaker's `Doing Difference'" by Patricia Hill Collins, Lionel A. Maldonado, Dana Y. Takagi, Barrie Thorne, Lynn Weber, and Howard WinantChapter 7: "Reply (Re)Doing Difference" by Candace West and Sarah Fenstermaker Part II: The Methodology of Intersectional Analysis: Qualitative Approaches The Saturated ModelChapter 8: "An Exploratory Analysis of the Effects of Race, Class, and Gender on Student and Parent Mobility Aspirations" by Daniel G. SolorzanoChapter 9: "Policing Boundaries: Race, Class, and Gender in Cartagena, Colombia" by Joel StrieckerIntersectional Analysis with Four Social LocationsChapter 10: "Gender, Race, Class, and the Trend Toward Early Motherhood: A Feminist Analysis of Teen Mothers in Contemporary Society" by Janet L. JacobsChapter 11: "Masculinities and Athletic Careers" by Michael A. MessnerIntersectional Analysis with Two Social LocationsChapter 12: "Working-Class Women's Ways of Knowing: Effects of Gender, Race, and Class" by Wendy LuttrellIntersectional Analysis in Historical StudiesChapter 13: "You Have to Have Some Fun to Go Along with your Work: The Interplay of Race, Class, Gender, and Leisure in the Industrial New South" by M. Deborah Bialeschki and Kathryn Lynn Walbert Part III: The Methodology of Intersectional Analysis: Quantitative Approaches IntroductionQuantitative Studies with Four Locations: Separate Group AnalysisChapter 14: "Producing and Reproducing Class and Status Differences: Racial and Gender Gaps in US Employment and Retirement Income" by Richard Hogan and Carolyn C. PerrucciChapter 15: "Gender and Race Differences in the Predictors of Daily Health Practices among Older Adults" by Mary P. Gallant and Gail P. DornQuantitative Studies with Four Locations: Interaction AnalysisChapter 16: "Relations among Socioeconomic Status Indicators and Health for African-Americans and Whites" by Joan M. Ostrove, Pamela Feldman, and Nancy E. AdlerQuantitative Studies with Four Locations: Interactions Combined with Separate Group AnalysisChapter 17: "Predictors of Fear of Criminal Victimization at School Among Adolescents" by David C. May and Gregory DunawayChapter 18: "The Intersection of Race and Gender among Chemists: Assessing the Impact of Double Minority Status on Income" by Marina A. Adler, Gijsberta J. Koelewijn-Strattner, and Joseph J. LengermannChapter 19: "Race, Gender, and Attitudes Toward Gender Stratification" by Emily W. KaneQuantitative Studies with Eight or More Locations: Separate Group AnalysisChapter 20: "Parenting in Black and White Families: The Interaction of Gender with Race and Class" by Shirley A. Hill and Joey SpragueChapter 21: "When Expectations Work: Race and Socioeconomic Differences in School Performance" by Karl L. Alexander, Doris R. Entwisle, and Samuel D. BedingerQuantitative Studies with Six or More Locations: Interaction AnalysisChapter 22: "The Relationship of Race, Class, and Gender with Mathematics Achievement for Fifth-, Eighth-, and Eleventh-Grade Students in Pennsylvania Schools" by Richard L. Kohr, James R. Masters, J. Robert Coldiron, Ross S. Blust, and Eugene W. SkiffingtonChapter 23: "Women's STD Prevention and Detection Practices: The Specificity of Social Location" by Erika Laine AustinQuantitative Studies Using Separate Group Analysis with t-TestsChapter 24: "Are there Race and Gender Differences in the Effect of Marital Dissolution on Depression?" by Kei M. NomaguchiChapter 25: "Generalized Expectancies for Control among High-School Students at the Intersection of Race, Class, and Gender" by Brett A. MagillChapter 26: "Race, Gender, and Class Variation in the Effect of Neighborhood Violence on Adolescent Use of Violence" by Jennifer Castro and Bart Landryshow more

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