Fall 2014 not offered
This course is a historic and contemporary examination of the role of race in American politics and the political behavior of African Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinos in the United States. Topics will include, but are not limited to, racialization and the persistence of racial segregation in the 21st century, racial and ethnic group identities and consciousness in shaping minority political attitudes and behavior, challenges of minority representation, the role of race in campaigns, and the complex relationship between minorities and America's two major political parties.
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||Fulfills a Major Requirement for: (EDST)(GOVT)(GOVT-American)
Major theoretical and empirical readings from the field of American racial and ethnic politics
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