Black and White: Reflections of a White Southern Sociologist (review)

@article{Dunbar1995BlackAW,
  title={Black and White: Reflections of a White Southern Sociologist (review)},
  author={Leslie W. Dunbar},
  journal={Southern Cultures},
  year={1995},
  volume={1},
  pages={388 - 390}
}
The book contains little analysis beyond organizing assumptions, although such assumptions do reveal much about Alabama. For instance, dividing chapters on country and city life into "upper" and "lower" Alabama recognizes historic patterns of sectionaUsm within the state. Attention to religion and kinship assumes that ordinary people found effective ways to cope with extraordinary trouble. Underlying the section on education is the herculean effort of people to prepare their chUdren for better… Expand