The official publication of the National Conference of Black Political Scientists, this annual publication includes significant scholarly research reflecting the diverse interests of scholars from various backgrounds who use a variety of models, approaches, and methodologies. The central focus is on politics and policies that advantage or disadvantage groups because of race, ethnicity, sex, or other such factors. The research is performed in a variety of contexts and settings. This third volume includes an introductory note by the editor, Lucius J. Barker, in which he assesses the performance of the Journal in defining a qdifferent political scienceq and a note by incoming editor Matthew Holden, Jr. outlining topics and agendas for future volumes. Feature articles include qReconceptualizing Urban Violenceq; qPolitical Science and the Black Political Experienceq; qThe Impact of At-Large Elections on the Representation of Black and White Womenq; qState Responses to Richmond v. Croson: A Survey of Equal Opportunity Officersq; qMedia in Warsaw Pact States: Explanations of Crisis Coverageq; and qPresence of Immigrants and National Front Vote: The Case of Paris (1984-1990).q The Book Review Section includes review essays on East European research, black urban politics, and the political reincorporatlon of southern blacks, and regular book reviews on minority groups and American political culture and other areas.and one shooting of a black by a police officer that is perceived to be unjust can trigger a violent reaction from blacks. ... Standards for Law Enforcement Agencies : The Standards Manual of the Law Enforcement Agency Accreditation Program. Fairfax, VA: Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc.
|Title||:||Ethnic Politics and Civil Liberties|
|Author||:||Lucius Jefferson Barker|
|Publisher||:||Transaction Publishers - 1992-01-01|