Desegregation: resistance and readiness, by Melvin M. Tumin, with the assistance of Warren Eason [and others].


Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1958.

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Subjects African Americans -- Segregation.
North Carolina -- Guilford County.
Public opinion -- North Carolina -- Guilford County.
Public opinion.
Description xvii, 270 pages tables 23 cm
Copyright Date 1958.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Background of the study -- Attitudes toward the Negro and desegregation -- Eleven factors which influence attitudes: a selection -- Education and attitudes desegregation -- Education and attitudes, with other factors held constant -- Exposure to mass media and attitudes toward desegregation -- Exposure to mass media and attitudes, with other factors held constant -- Occupations, mobility, and attitudes toward desegregation -- Occupations, mobility, and attitudes, with other factors held constant -- The quality and role of leaders in the process of desegregation -- The collective portraits: the hard core and those who are ready -- Ten major findings and their implications -- Appendices.
Geographic Area North Carolina
Network Numbers (OCoLC)423337
(OCoLC)ocm00423337
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Tumin, Melvin M. 1919-1994.
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