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Racism and Society

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Palgrave

Pages: 252
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Sociology for a Changing World

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Why is there a resurgence of racism in contemporary societies? How do ideas about race and ethnicity serve to construct forms of social and political identity? These are some of the key questions addressed in this important...

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Why is there a resurgence of racism in contemporary societies? How do ideas about race and ethnicity serve to construct forms of social and political identity? These are some of the key questions addressed in this important book. Drawing on comparative sources, this study analyses some of the most important aspects of racism within the context of contemporary social relations, introducing both students and practitioners to questions of key importance in the study of racism.

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Preface
Theoretical Perspectives
Historical Perspectives
Social Relations and Racial Inequality
Racism, Class and Political Action
Racism and Anti-Racism
Identity, Hybridity and New Ethnicities
Race, Racism and Popular Culture
Shifting Meanings of Race and Racism
Guide to Further Reading
Bibliography
Index.

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