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Rethinking the Color Line: Readings in Race and Ethnicity by Gallagher,Charles A.(March 26, 2006)

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  • By Guest on January 6, 2017

    Sociology students are often thrown books that can be a drab, this one by Gallagher becomes personal and is organized in an easy fashion to navigate! Take a moment to educate yourself and challenge social constructions by reading this text. Also, if you're about to buy/rent this for a class, take the time to ready it! There is a lot of really good stuff in here you'll miss out on if you just buy it to have a textbook to bring to class, but never take the time to thoroughly read it and open it!

  • By Liz Aguilar on February 20, 2014

    Incredibly dry, wordy, and boring for the most part. Since it's a collection of essays there is some variation but most of it is incredibly dull. There is not much that I have not already heard or read elsewhere and many of the authors seem like they just "enjoy the sound of their own voice," so to speak.

  • By Kalamity on November 3, 2017

    easy reading and made the course much more interesting

  • By PC7 on March 14, 2018

    Course required text.

  • By Guest on February 24, 2017

    Perfect, was required for a college class this semester. Good condition, shipped in two days. Cant beat $25 rental for the whole semester.

  • By LinZoidberg on October 14, 2015

    It's a tiny bit more than okay ... I would really rank it at about a 3.5. The thing is, this is really important subject material, and there is a lot--so much--to be covered. When you're working with material of that volume and of that profundity, especially as the text is aimed at a collegiate crowd, you really need to find a way to make that material engaging. For some American students, I think that race is an easy topic to get bored with unless you are really passionate about it. I am incredibly passionate about race, yet found this textbook not as engaging as I might have hoped for ... and I should add that it feels as if the text as a whole is holding back--following "specialized" educational rules or something. It's definitely informational, but I feel like the text has a lot more potential to grow into something even better over time, in newer, updated editions.

  • By Kari on July 15, 2012

    This is a great collection of scholarly works presented in an orderly fashion with many different theories discussed. This book is great for adding into a curriculum at school or reading for your own edification.

  • By S. Murdock on December 29, 2014

    Had a very disjointed feel, there was no index, no glossary, and it's just a collection of articles rather than a cumulative work. Also very U.S.-oriented--not meant as a global/international source on race and ethnic relations.


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