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American Identities is a stunning array of fundamental files and important essays culled from American background, literature, memoir, and pop culture that discover significant currents and developments in American heritage from 1945 to the current. The textbook charts the wealthy multiplicity of yankee identities as refracted during the various lenses of race, category, and gender, and formed via universal ancient social procedures resembling migration, households, paintings, and warfare. instead of easily educating historical past, American Identities actively engages scholars within the history-making technique whereas constructing the talents an important to studying significant and enduring cultural texts.
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Harvard University Press, 1983). On homicide rates, see ‘‘Study Finds United States No. 1 in Violence,’’ Olympian, November 13, 1992; New York Times, November 13, 1992, p. S. Homicide Rates: An Econometric Forecasting Approach,’’ Demography 32 (1995), p. 14. On lengthening commutes, see ‘‘It’s Taking Longer to Get to Work,’’ Olympian, December 6, 1995. The figures in this and the following paragraph come from Levy, ‘‘Incomes and Income Inequality,’’ pp. 1–57; May and Porter, ‘‘Poverty and Income Trends, 1994’’; Reynolds Farley, The New American Reality: Who We Are, How We Got Here, Where We Are Going (New York: Russell Sage, 1996), pp.
2 The members of the ‘‘sixties generation’’ are generally regarded as mirror images of their parents. They tend to recall traditional authorities as repressive and untrustworthy. ’’ The study stressed their commitment to new sexual norms, their flight from marriage, and their experimentation with drugs and new musical forms. ‘‘Boomers,’’ themselves, although often idealizing the model of a traditional family, told the magazine’s investigators that they placed less emphasis on a ‘‘close-knit family’’ and ‘‘respect for authority’’ than did the generation that preceded them.
1 in Violence,’’ Olympian, November 13, 1992; New York Times, November 13, 1992, p. S. Homicide Rates: An Econometric Forecasting Approach,’’ Demography 32 (1995), p. 14. On lengthening commutes, see ‘‘It’s Taking Longer to Get to Work,’’ Olympian, December 6, 1995. The figures in this and the following paragraph come from Levy, ‘‘Incomes and Income Inequality,’’ pp. 1–57; May and Porter, ‘‘Poverty and Income Trends, 1994’’; Reynolds Farley, The New American Reality: Who We Are, How We Got Here, Where We Are Going (New York: Russell Sage, 1996), pp.