Race-Class Relations And Integration In Secondary Education: The Case of Miller High by Caroline EickRace-Class Relations And Integration In Secondary Education: The Case of Miller High by Caroline Eick

Race-Class Relations And Integration In Secondary Education: The Case of Miller High

byCaroline Eick

Hardcover | November 26, 2010

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Eick explores the history of a comprehensive high school from the world views of its assorted student body, confronting issues of race, ethnicity, class, gender, nationality, and religion. Her case study examines the continuities and differences in student relationships over five decades.
Caroline Eick is St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Professor and Associate Professor of Education at Mount St. Mary's University, USA
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Title:Race-Class Relations And Integration In Secondary Education: The Case of Miller HighFormat:HardcoverDimensions:225 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.63 inPublished:November 26, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230107087

ISBN - 13:9780230107083

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PART I: THE DIVIDED GENERATION (1950-1969) Memories of Class, Race, and Gender Divides: Immediate Pre and Post Desegregation Years Cautiously Negotiating Social Divides: A Conservative Student Body PART II: THE BORDER-CROSSING GENERATION (1970-1985) Memories of Interracial Peer-Group Affiliations: Integration Years Bridging Social Divides through Peer-Groups: A Socially Tolerant but Politically Inactive Student Body PART III: THE RE-DIVIDED GENERATION (1986-2000) Memories of Segregation by Class, Race, Nationality, and Religion: Destabilizing Years of Shifting Demographics Self-Segregating in Opposition To: A Student Body Sensitized to Discrimination Conclusion Methodology: The Transparent Historian