Welcome to the Companion Website for Race in Society: The Enduring American Dilemma, by Margaret L. Andersen.

This text is anchored in contemporary social science scholarship and is written in a narrative style that makes it easily accessible to students.

It is organized around four themes:

(1) the social construction of race and ethnicity, as they evolve within systems of power and privilege;
(2) the social dynamics of prejudice, bias and racism, including colorblind racism;
(3) the multiple dimensions of racial stratification in U.S. social institutions;
                                             (4) differing strategies for social change, especially as the United States becomes increasingly diverse by race and
                                                   ethnicity.
 

For Students

This open-access Companion Website is designed to reinforce the concepts covered in Race in Society: The Enduring American Dilemma. Students can review and enhance their understanding of each chapter using the interactive Flashcards and self-graded Quizzes.

 

For Professors

A test bank of multiple choice questions in a variety of skill levels accompanies this text along with Respondus customizable testing software. Instructor ancillaries are password-protected. For access to these teaching materials, or to request a FREE exam copy (either in print or eBook formats) please visit Race in Society: The Enduring American Dilemma and Sign in if you are a registered user. First-time users should Register then email us at textbooks@rowman.com.

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