The colors of poverty : why racial and ethnic disparities persist / Ann Chih Lin and David R. Harris, editors.
"In The Colors of Poverty Ann Chih Lin and David Harris bring together a stellar roster of scholars to argue that racial inequality does not stem from a single powerful socioeconomic disadvantage, but from multiple disadvantages that accumulate over time to undermine decisively the life chances...
New York :
Russell Sage Foundation,
|Edition:||First papercover edition.|
|Series:||National Poverty Center series on poverty and public policy.
Table of Contents:
- Why is American poverty still colored in the twenty-first century? / Ann Chih Lin and David R. Harris
- pt. I: Group identity and group outcomes. The dynamics of discrimination / Devah Page
- Justifying inequality : a social psychological analysis of beliefs about poverty and the poor / Heather E. Bullock
- How culture matters : enriching our understanding of poverty / Michèle Lamont and Mario Luis Small
- pt. II: Nonracial explanations for racial disparities in poverty. How educational inequality develops / George Farkas
- Poverty, migration, and health / David R. Williams and Selina A. Mohammed
- Can social capital explain persistent racial poverty gaps? / Lincoln Quillian and Rozlyn Redd
- pt. III: Policy, race, and poverty : intentions and consequences. Race, place, and poverty revisited / Michael A. Stoll
- Place, race, and access to the safety net / Scott W. Allard
- Punishment, crime, and poverty / Darren Wheelock and Christopher Uggen
- Coloring the terms of membership / Joe Soss and Sanford F. Schram