Speaking of race and class

the student experience at an elite college
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Temple University Press , Philadelphia, Penn
Freshman, EDUCATION / Higher, College students, Minority college students, Amherst College, Private universities and colleges, Elite (Social sciences), Case studies, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Discrimination & Race Relations, Social conditions, Universities and col
StatementElizabeth Aries, Richard Berman
ContributionsBerman, Richard, 1948-
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LC ClassificationsLD156 .A76 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25323555M
ISBN 139781439909669, 9781439909676, 9781439909683
LC Control Number2012015448

In Speaking of Race and Class, the follow-up volume to her groundbreaking Race and Class Matters at an Elite College, Elizabeth Aries completes her four-year study of diversity at a prestigious liberal arts college.

Here, the 58 students—affluent, lower-income, black, and white—that Aries has interviewed since they were Amherst freshmen Cited by: 4. In Speaking of Race and Class, the follow-up volume to her groundbreaking Race and Class Maters at an Elite College, Elizabeth Aries collaborates with Richard Berman to complete her four-year study of diversity at a prestigious liberal arts college.

Here the fifty-five affluent black, affluent Author: Elizabeth Aries. "Speaking of Race and Class helps to fill a much-needed gap in our understanding of some important issues. The key strength of the book is that, like Aries’s previous book, it looks at both class and race in a controlled and careful way and it allows the reader to see, through the voices of the students, what their experiences have been during their four years at Amherst and how they have.

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