Race and ethnicity: comparative and theoretical approaches

This authoritative and innovative reader collects twenty-seven articles that are essential for a thorough, comparative, and theoretically-informed approach to the study of race and ethnicity. The international coverage includes the US, UK, Canada, Europe, Asia, and Africa, with a focus on contempora...

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Published in:Blackwell readers in sociology
Contributors: Stone, John (Hrsg.); Stone, John D. (Editor)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Malden, Mass. [u.a.] Blackwell Publ. 2003
In:Blackwell readers in sociology
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Summary:This authoritative and innovative reader collects twenty-seven articles that are essential for a thorough, comparative, and theoretically-informed approach to the study of race and ethnicity. The international coverage includes the US, UK, Canada, Europe, Asia, and Africa, with a focus on contemporary problems and emerging theoretical issues. Topics include ethnic conflict, migration, citizenship, identity, genocide, transnationalism, and ethnic justice. An introductory essay gives an account of race and ethnicity in contemporary society. The contributors are leading theorists and empirical researchers from around the world. This outstanding collection provides a much-needed international perspective on the current trends, the theoretical base, and the future of racial and ethnic studies.
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description:XIV, 406 S 26 cm
ISBN:0631186336
0631186344