Books by Joe R. Feagin and Complete Book Reviews

Joe R. Feagin, Author Routledge $130 (311p) ISBN 978-0-415-92531-0
Feagin's voluminous, relentless book testifies to both the strengths and the flaws of applying a sociological approach to the intricate issues of racism in America. Most social scientists, according to this sociologist at the University of Florida (W
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Joe R. Feagin, Author, Joseph R. Feagin, Author, Melvin P. Sikes, With Beacon Press (MA) $25 (398p) ISBN 978-0-8070-0924-6
Pervasive white racism--often subtle and covert, at times blatant--is a daily reality for African Americans, according to the 209 middle-class blacks interviewed for this important and disturbing report. The respondents tell of discrimination on the
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Joe R. Feagin, Author, Joseph R. Feagin, Author, Hernan Vera, With Routledge $23.95 (224p) ISBN 978-0-415-90919-8
Calling white racism ``the most consequential [problem] for the nation's future,'' two University of Florida sociologists offer several recent case studies: cross burnings in Dubuque, Iowa; discrimination against black patrons at the Denny's...
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Joe R. Feagin, Author, Joseph R. Feagin, Author, R. Feagin Joe, Author Routledge $140 (208p) ISBN 978-0-415-91511-3
Racial barriers and impediments remain commonplace on white campuses, the authors declare, in a rebuttal to the portraits of campus racial climate by Allan Bloom and Dinesh D'Souza that is only partly convincing. Their research method-focus-group...
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Joe R. Feagin, Author, Eileen O'Brien, Author, Eileen O'Brien, Joint Author Beacon Press (MA) $26 (224p) ISBN 978-0-8070-0980-2
The new field of""whiteness studies""--the exploration of how whites construct their racial identities and their relations with minorities--gets an eye-opening addition with this survey of upper-class white men. Sociologists Feagin and O'Brien...
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