6 edition of Blackways of Kent found in the catalog.
Blackways of Kent
|Statement||Hylan Lewis ; new introduction by John H. Stanfield II ; new preface by John Shelton Reed.|
|Series||Southern classics series|
|LC Classifications||E185.6 .L4 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xliii, 336 p. :|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||2007043346|
Dr. Lewis's book ''Blackways of Kent'' is a study of a black community in the industrializing South. It has been called an exemplary early product of community studies, which examines the role. Blackways of Kent (Southern Classics) '' John Shelton Reed Dan Huntley John Kenneth Morland: Millways of Kent (Southern Classics) '' Ralph C. Jr. Patrick: Townways of Kent (Southern Classics) '' Ben Mcc. Moise: Ramblings of a Lowcountry Game Warden: A Memoir (Non Series) ''
three groups form the larger society of Kent. Each exhibits a distinctive organi-zation of customs, attitudes, and values. Each is a subculture - a variation of American culture, Southern Piedmont style. - Hylan Lewis, Blackways of Kent () Itt the late s, with support from the Rosenwald Fund and the University of North. Abstract. As pressing issues of growing importance in American civic life and participation, ethnicity and race as sources of mobilization in communities and resource mobilization in ethnic and racial communities are some of the most fascinating though least understood topics in American social sciences and in western social sciences in general.
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The Kent Trilogy, consisting of Blackways of Kent (), Millways of Kent (), and the previously unpublished Townways of Kent, forms a remarkable Southern ethnography that maps the social stratification of the piedmont mill town of York, South Carolina, in the late s. In the University of North Carolina's Institute for Research in Social Cited by: Blackways of Kent (Southern Classics Series) by Hylan Lewis () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Blackways of Kent (Southern Classics Series) by Hylan Lewis ()5/5(1). Excerpt Hylan Lewis has written of one part of the town of Kent, a town of about 4, people in the heart of the Piedmont South. It is true, of course, that the Negro life which Dr.
Lewis presents to us is in many fundamental and subtle ways separate from the remainder of Kent. Blackways of Kent by Hylan Lewis,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lewis, Hylan. Blackways of Kent. New Haven, Conn.: College & University Press,© (OCoLC) Summary: Consisting of ""Blackways of Kent"" (), ""Millways of Kent"" (), and ""Townways of Kent"", the ""Kent Trilogy"" forms a southern ethnography.
This text presents an account of African American life in a small Southern town just prior to the Civil Rights era. It includes a preface on the origins and impact of the ""Kent Trilogy"".
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The Kent Trilogy, consisting of Blackways of Kent (), Millways of Kent (), and the previously unpublished Townways of Kent, forms a remarkable southern ethnography that maps the social stratification of the Piedmont mill town of York, South Carolina, in the late s, after the effects of the Great Depression and preceding the coming.
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Brick Walls. Further reading. Edward Wedlake Brayley (), Beauties of England and Wales, 7, London: Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe, hdl/nyp (includes Kent); y-Book of England.
London: Charles Knight & Co. External links. Edward Hasted's 'History and Topographical Survey of Kent': full-text version of some of the volumes of the standard parish. Well known to book collectors and booklovers, our site is an excellent resource for discovering a rough value of an old book.
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study, The Blackways of Kent (), for example, undertook his examination of a Piedmont community under the direction of George Simpson, a leading student of race relations in.
Lewis, Blackways of Kent, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ; Robin M. Williams, Jr., American Society, New York: Knopf,Chapter 10; T. S. Langner, "A Test of Intergroup Prejudice Which Takes Account of Individual and Group Differences in Values," Journal of Abnormal.☯ Full Synopsis: "The Kent Trilogy, consisting of Blackways of Kent (), Millways of Kent (), and the previously unpublished Townways of Kent, forms a remarkable southern ethnography that maps the social stratification of the Piedmont mill town of York, South Carolina, in the late s, after the effects of the Great Depression and preceding the coming civil .Click on the book chapter title to read more.