Status and Conflict: A Sociological Perspective on the Urban Race Problem
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Cohen’s intention here is to show how certain general principles of sociological theory can explain certain historical aspects of interracial behavior. Writing for a general, as distinct from a sociological, audience, Cohen analyzes effects of status and expectations in mixed-race interaction and shows how the theory can be used to overcome undesirable outcomes. At the time of this TR, the U.S. Civil Rights movements and many instances of violent repression and collective action were common news topics.
Cohen, Bernard P (2015). Status and Conflict: A Sociological Perspective on the Urban Race Problem. Available electronically from
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