The declining significance of race : Blacks and changing American institutions

Title

The declining significance of race : Blacks and changing American institutions

Description

The declining significance of race : Blacks and changing American institutions by William J. Wilson (1980)

Language

English

Publisher

Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1980.

Relation

Philomena Essed Collectie (Essed Collection)

Date

1980

Bibliographic Citation

Library of Congress

ISBN

[0226901297]

Subject

African Americans Economic conditions
African Americans Social Conditions
African Americans Social conditions
United States Race Relations
United States Race relations
United States race relations
United states Race relations

Book ID

159929411

Primary Author

Wilson, William J.

Media

Paper Book

Physical Description

xii, 243 p.; 22 cm

Weight

0.6 pounds

Height

22 cm

Thickness

0.6 inches

Length

5.5 inches

Dimensions

22 x 5.5 x 0.6 cm

Page Count

xii; 243

LCCN

80018066

Original Language

English

LC Classification

E185.W73 1980

ISBNs

[0226901297, 9780226901299]

Dewey Decimal

305.8/00973

Dewey Wording

Ethnic and national groups ; racism, multiculturalism > Social Sciences > Social Sciences; Sociology, Anthropology > Social groups ; Inequality

Copies

1

Entry Date

2018-08-30

Work ID

154166

Citation

“The declining significance of race : Blacks and changing American institutions,” The Black Archives, accessed April 16, 2024, https://collection.theblackarchives.nl/items/show/1540.
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