5 edition of Black politics and Black political behavior found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -359) and index.
|Statement||edited by Hanes Walton, Jr. ; foreword by Roosevelt Green, Jr.|
|Contributions||Walton, Hanes, 1941-|
|LC Classifications||E185.615 .B5466 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxix, 371 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||371|
|ISBN 10||0275948323, 0275949885|
|LC Control Number||93050062|
In their new book, Steadfast Democrats: How Social Forces Shape Black Political Behavior (Princeton University Press, ), political scientists Ismail K. White and Chryl N. Laird explore the political behavior of African American voters in the United States and examine extensive data to determine how this particular group of voters have operated as a fairly unified voting block . ‘Unspoken Politics is a persuasive account of white Americans’ implicit attitudes about racial and ethnic minorities and how these ‘implicit expectations’ influence political decision-making. Pérez's fine book is essential reading for students of political psychology, public opinion, and the politics of race and ethnicity in the United Cited by:
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HANES WALTON, JR., is Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan. He is the author of ten books, including Black Republicans: The Politics of the Black and Tans (), Invisible Politics: Black Political Behavior (), and When the Marching Stopped: The Politics of Civil Rights Regulatory Agencies ().Cited by: Kenneth A.
Jordan and Modibo M. Kadalie. A considerable number of the black intelligentsia, including political scientists, political pundits, and other informed observers, agree that much of the social, economic, and political progress experienced by African Americans since the Brown of Education decision in ; the Civil Rights Acts of, and ; and the.
With a view that behavioralism has distorted perceptions of black political activity, Hanes Walton, Jr., here reformulates the assumptions of behavioralism to arrive at a more realistic understanding of the political actions of black Americans. Considering the cultural and historical events that have shaped black lives, Walton examines voting patterns, socialization, and the development of.
The book is garnering praise for its “thoughtful scholarly treatment” of black behavior and how it explains the overwhelming collective support the black community has for the Democratic party.
This support comes despite the fact that significant numbers of black community member exhibit values that are more conservative, as Laird and White’s extensive research has confirmed.
White and Laird offer and test an innovative theory: blacks’ high level of social interconnection enforces norms of black political behavior. Elegantly argued and replete with compelling evidence, this outstanding book is a breakthrough in our understanding of partisan identity in Author: Ismail K.
White, Chryl N. Laird. This essay addresses itself first to the goals and standards of the series of books on Afro-American Society to be published by the State University of New York Press and then to the character of Hanes Walton's Invisible Politics: a Multidimensional Analysis of Black Political Behavior, the inaugural work in the series.
The scholarly literature on black culture and. Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. Black Politics and Black Political Behavior: A Linkage Analysis. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller "Steadfast Democrats powerfully proposes and documents an entirely new explanation for the cohesion of African American political behavior, called ‘racialized social constraint.’ Relying on prominent theories from social psychology and historical examples of the black experience in the United States, White and Laird provide a rich.
Unlike many dispositional explanations of black political behavior, which suggest that group unity stems from some sort of affective tie to the racial group or from black Americans not making individually optimal decisions (Dawson ), ours is a rational explanation of black political decision making.
Black Sexual Politics: African Americans, Gender and the New Racism by Patricia Hill Collins is a work of critical theory that discusses the way that race, class and gender intersect to affect the lives of African American men and women in many different ways, but with similar results.
The book explores the way that new forms of racism can work to oppress black people, while filling Author: Patricia Hill Collins. - Black Politics describes the power struggle between Blacks and whites with whites being in an oppressor/dominant position and Blacks being in an oppressed/subordinate position.
- Black politics describes the subject matter of Black political theory and behavior. Through fresh analysis of survey data and original experiments, White and Laird explore where and how black political norms are enforced, what this means for the future of black politics, and how this framework can be used to understand the electoral behavior of other communities.
This pioneering volume advances the thesis that there exists a significant linkage between Black politics and Black political behavior, heretofore treated as separate and distinct areas of study. This is the first work to bring the two together and to. Hanes Walton, Jr., is Fuller E.
Callaway Professor of Political Science at Savannah State College. "This book will fill a critical void in the analysis and interpretation of black politics. It displays an encyclopedic knowledge of both older studies and newer, more innovative research efforts." -- William E.
Nelson, Jr., Ohio State University. On Febru Laird and Ismail K. White, associate professor of political science at Duke University, are set to release their book, “Steadfast Democrats: How Social Forces Shape Black Political Behavior.” The book was a collaborative effort between the two that began while Laird was in graduate school in National Review of Black Politics (NRBP) is a refereed, international, and interdisciplinary quarterly journal of the National Conference of Black Political Scientists, continuing the scholarly legacy of National Political Science Review, which had been published continually from NRBP publishes exceptional quality scholarship related to the experiences of African.
In Black Feminist Voices in Politics, Evelyn M. Simien charts a course for black women’s studies in political science. Examining the simultaneous effects of race and gender on political behavior, Simien uses a national telephone survey sample of the adult African American population to discover the extent to which black women and men support black feminist by: This is a long review of a book I highly recommend, Nikki Jones‘s The Chosen Ones: Black Men and the Politics of Redemption University of California Press () so let me begin by highlighting the material that struck me most vividly.
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A must-read for anyone mildly interested in racial politics, since Carmichael and Hamilton clearly analyze the need for "Black Power," as defined by them and not the mass media. So many applications today, with the rise of Black One of the great works of the 20th Century, the delineation of the transformation of SNCC from a Civil-Rights-based /5.
Editor Andra Gillespie establishes a new theoretical framework based on the interaction of three factors: black leaders’ crossover appeal, their political ambition, and connections to the black establishment. She sheds new light on the changing dynamics not only of Black politics but of the current American political scene.
The False Promise of Black Political Representation. If money is the mother’s milk of politics, as Jesse Unruh once said, it is the affluent who Author: Nicholas Stephanopoulos.The rot is deep, a product of generations of capital-subordinate Black politics that followed the violent suppression of Black self-determinationist movements and the imposition of a counterinsurgency, mass incarceration regime at the end of the Sixties.