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Intergroup Disparity: Why Culture Is Irrelevant

Citation

Darity, William A., Jr. (2002). Intergroup Disparity: Why Culture Is Irrelevant. Review of Black Political Economy, 29(4), 77-90.

Abstract

Culture is one of the most widely used but definitionally elusive concepts in the social sciences. At times it is taken to refer to group-linked practices, customs, and traditions. At other times, culture constitutes group-linked values and norms. At still other times, culture has been taken to mean group-linked behavior.

URL

https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02717297

Reference Type

Journal Article

Journal Title

Review of Black Political Economy

Author(s)

Darity, William A., Jr.

Year Published

2002

Volume Number

29

Issue Number

4

Pages

77-90

Reference ID

2063