Race Relations: A Survey of Potential Intervention Strategies
Sociology and Criminal Justice
Despite a broad sociological consensus that racism is indefensible, it is not always obvious which is the best way to intervene to prevent it. The primary strategies available are (1) the moral model, (2) the social engineering model, (3) the clinical/educational model, and (4) the cultural/structural model. Each of these, however, has its limitations, with the last being the most comprehensive and historically informed.
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Fein, M. L. (2000). Race relations: A survey of potential intervention strategies. Sociological Practice 2(3), 147-162.