A race is a nice thing to have : a guide to being a white person or understanding the white persons in your life / Janet E. Helms.
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- ISBN: 9780917276132
- ISBN: 0917276132
- Physical Description: vii, 95 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm
- Edition: 2nd ed.
- Publisher: Hanover, Mass. : Microtraining Associates, ©2008.
Originally published: Topeka : Content Communications, ©1992.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 93-94).
|Formatted Contents Note:||
The meaning of race in society -- Social class is not race -- Who needs a color-blind society? -- I'm not colored! -- But what color am I? -- Recognizing racism -- A model of white racial identity development -- Contact : "I'm an innocent" -- Disintegration : "How can I be white?" -- Reintegration : "We have the best because we are the best!" -- Pseudo-independent : "Let's help them become more like whites" -- Immersion/emersion : "I'm white!" -- Autonomy : "I see color and like it!" -- Using racial identity schemas to understand daily events -- Epilogue.
Writing to a general audience, Dr. Janet E. Helms has provided us with a clear statement about racial issues in our society. this is an exciting, readable book that will make a significant difference counseling and therapy practice and the way you think about yourself as a racial/cultural being.-- publisher description.
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