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|This, however, is not the African American experience. When we look at health |
care utilization, as measured by average annual number of physician contacts
per person, we see that African Americans make up to 20 percent fewer visits to ...
|America, political scientists Sidney Verba, Kay Schlozman, and Henry Brady |
concluded that “the public's voice is often loud, ... If people are “bowling alone”
rather than collectively, in leagues—that is, they are less likely to join with other ...
|In America's class system, the individual's class identity comes by virtue of their |
economic success. While class membership ... More and more of the wealth of
America is being monopolized by fewer and fewer people. If one has wealth, one
|America. The publication of Robert Putnam's Bowling Alone in 2000 began a |
remarkable national debate over the health and vitality of ... By the mid1990s,
some 32 million fewer Americans were involved in these sorts of activities than ...
|For a while, that's what it felt like: an American-built international network but with |
fewer and fewer Americans. The Europeans had always enjoyed sneering at
those polls about the ever dwindling percentage of Yanks who held valid
|This seemingly small phenomenon symbolizes a significant social change that Robert Putnam has identified in this brilliant volume, Bowling Alone, which The Economist hailed as "a prodigious achievement.|
|As in America, nothing in the immediate future will reverse the trend toward fewer |
and fewer men “hearing the call,” or leastways, fewer and fewer answering. In his
book The Changing Face of the Priesthood, Donald B. Cozzens estimates that ...
|cialization is in areas that American citizens do not have enough of a local |
workforce. As we have already seen, Nigerians did well in African, Africana, and
Black Studies programs in the 1960s and 1970s, when there were fewer
|Looks at the causes and consequences of the growing income gap in the United States.|