This book deals with major types of intergroup relations, the advantages and limitations of the comparative approach, and comparative views of intergroup relations. It examines these relations particularly within the US, highlighting different types of contact and consequences within the society.

part One|51 pages


chapter 1|6 pages

The Importance of Intergroup Relations

chapter 2|9 pages

Major Types of Intergroup Relations

chapter 3|9 pages

The Comparative Approach

part Two|42 pages

Intergroup Relations Within the United States

part Four|20 pages


chapter 13|7 pages

Towards a Synthesis

chapter 14|10 pages

Major Conclusions