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How long? How long? : African American women in the struggle for Civil rights
A compelling and readable narrative history, How Long? How Long? presents both a rethinking of social movement theory and a controversial thesis: that chroniclers have egregiously neglected the mostExpand
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Patterns of Racial-Ethnic Exclusion by Internet Daters
Using data from 6070 U.S. heterosexual internet dating profiles, this study examines how racial and gender exclusions are revealed in the preferences of black, Latino, Asian and white online daters.Expand
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Gendered racial exclusion among White internet daters.
Acceptance by the dominant group reveals the current standing of racial groups in the U.S. hierarchy, as well as the possibility for assimilation. However, few researchers have addressed the genderedExpand
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Social movements : identity, culture, and the state
Why do social movements take the forms they do? How do activists' efforts and beliefs interact with the cultural and political contexts in which they work? Why do activists take particular strategicExpand
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African-American Women in the Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1965: Gender, Leadership, and Micromobilization
  • B. Robnett
  • Sociology
  • American Journal of Sociology
  • 1 May 1996
Through an analysis of gender in the civil rights movement, this article illustrates that the conceptualization of social movement leadership requires expansion. This study concludes that anExpand
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Gendered Black Exclusion: The Persistence of Racial Stereotypes Among Daters
Employing questionnaires of 381 college students, this study examines the reasons why Latinos, Asians, and whites choose to include or exclude blacks as potential dates. First, we find that pastExpand
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Racial Boundaries among Latinos: Evidence from Internet Daters'Racial Preferences
How the growing Latino population fits into the U.S. racial structure is a subject of considerable debate.Are Latinos developing into a separate racial group, becoming part of the dominant group, orExpand
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Internet Daters’ Body Type Preferences: Race–Ethnic and Gender Differences
Employing a United States sample of 5,810 Yahoo heterosexual internet dating profiles, this study finds race–ethnicity and gender influence body type preferences for dates, with men and whitesExpand
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Patterns of Racial-Ethnic Exclusion by Internet Daters
Using data from 6070 U.S. heterosexual internet dating profiles, this study examines how racial and gender exclusions are revealed in the preferences of black, Latino, Asian and white online daters.Expand
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