Patterns of racial ideology : an analysis in terms of the conflict theory of society

Cribb, Roger (1974). Patterns of racial ideology : an analysis in terms of the conflict theory of society M.A. Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland.

       
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Author Cribb, Roger
Thesis Title Patterns of racial ideology : an analysis in terms of the conflict theory of society
School, Centre or Institute School of Social Science
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 1974-01-01
Thesis type M.A. Thesis
Supervisor J. S. Western
Edwin Dowdy
Total pages 195
Language eng
Subjects 1608 Sociology
Formatted abstract
INTRODUCTION

The racial problem is essentially a modern and a western phenomenon. Certainly from time immemorial men of different ethnic groups and varying colours have met and mingled, often with unhappy results. But the peculiar set of circumstances evoked by the term “racial problem”, as that term is widely understood today, is that of large racial groups more or less permanently embedded in the lower socio-economic levels of advanced industrialized societies. It is only in the comparatively recent past, at least since the age of European exploration, that: "... large numbers of the most diverse forms of man have been directly brought into immediate contact." (Harrison, in Mason, I960, p.34) Moreover it is mainly in modern industrialized societies, where racial minorities maintain a permanent, expanding and highly publicized presence, that we encounter the distinctive "administrative problems" and "sociological and personality phenomena" which concern us here. (Reuter, 1931, p.3l) …………
Keyword Race
Race relations

 
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