A Culture of Poverty?
- Review essay. Simms, Margaret C.; Malveaux, Julianne // Review of Black Political Economy;Fall90, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p61
Reviews the book `A Common Destiny: Blacks and American Society,' edited by Gerald David Jaynes and Robin M. Williams Jr.
- Reviews. Frye, Hardy T. // Journal of American Ethnic History;Summer92, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p97
Reviews the book `A Common Destiny: Blacks and American Society,' edited by Gerald David Jaynes and Robin Williams Jr..
- Book notes. Ishii, Noriko; Moreland, Kim // American Studies International;Oct91, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p95
Reviews the book `Common Destiny: Japan and the United States in the Global Age,' by Richard Krooth and Hiroshi Fukurai.
- `The American dilemma has not been solved.' Watts, D. // Black Enterprise;Oct89, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p26
Presents results of the National Research Council's report, `A Common Destiny: Blacks and American Society,' a substantial study on black life in America. Lack of information on black business development; Focus on a leveling off in black's social and economic gains.
- Still an American dilemma. Herrnstein, R.J. // Public Interest;Winter90, Issue 98, p3
Focuses on developments related to the social conditions of African Americans. Committee on the Status of Black Americans' report entitled `A Common Destiny: Blacks and American Society'; Explanation of racial differences; Book's omission of evidence; Intelligence and economic status.
- Racism and poverty. Samuelson, R.J. // Newsweek;8/7/1989, Vol. 114 Issue 6, p46
Opinion. Discusses `A Common Destiny: Blacks and American Society,' a study released by the National Research Council about race relations that suggests three ways the government can aid all the poor.
- A Common Destiny (Book). Trotter, Joe W. // Journal of American History;Dec90, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p974
Reviews the non-fiction book `A Common Destiny: Blacks and American Society,` edited by Gerald David Jaynes and Robin M. Williams.
- Contemporary Europe --Ethnicization of Poverty. Kurczewska, Joanna // Polish Sociological Review;1999, Issue 125, p73
The social cultural process of the ethnicization of poverty was assumed to bring sonic important effects of the massive immigration from non-European Silisation to Western communities. I argue that reasons for this reside in the clash of disorganized culture of European nation-state with the...
- Point: Youth Gang Members are not Criminals. Lambrick, Melanie // Canadian Points of View: Gangs;2016, p2
The article presents an argument for the positive aspects of youth gangs. The author argues that gangs provide youth with community, security, income, purpose, and political attention. Factors which may lead youths to join gangs are discussed including poverty, visible minority status, and...