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Racial Attitudes in America: Trends and Interpretations
Preface to the Revised Edition Preface to the 1985 Edition Theoretical and Historical Perspectives Problems in Studying Changes in Racial Attitudes Trends in White Racial Attitudes Sources of Change… Expand
Stereotypes and Segregation: Neighborhoods in the Detroit Area
- R. Farley, C. Steeh, M. Krysan, Tara Jackson, K. Reeves
- American Journal of Sociology
- 1 November 1994
Two opposing hypotheses seek to explain why black-white residential segreration persists despite open housing laws. One perspective argues that discriminatory practices in the marketing of real… Expand
Racial attitudes in America: Trends and interpretations, Rev. ed.
Young White Adults: Did Racial Attitudes Change in the 1980s?
The widespread belief that racism among young white adults has increased in the 1980s is scrutinized using 12 racial policy questions from the General Social Surveys and the National Election… Expand
Are They Really as Bad as They Seem? Nonresponse Rates at the End of the Twentieth Century
The Mass Media and the Dynamics of American Racial Attitudes
THE POLLS—TRENDSAFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND THE PUBLIC, 1970–1995
Les AA. s'interessent aux politiques anti-discriminatoires conduites aux Etats-Unis entre 1970 et 1995 et leur impact sur l'opinion publique americaine. Ils rappellent que ces politiques visent a… Expand
The State of Surveying Cell Phone Numbers in the United States
By the late 1970s, household telephone coverage grew to exceed 90 percent in the United States, and by the mid-1980s telephone surveying of the general public had become commonplace. Nevertheless, 20… Expand
Using Text Messages in U.S. Mobile Phone Surveys
We tested the effectiveness of sending text messages to improve non-response and discovered that the act of sending the text message provided valuable data about the sample unit. Expand