Understanding "Race" and Ethnicity

Theory, History, Policy, Practice

Edited by Sangeeta Chattoo, Gary Craig, Karl Atkin, and Ronny Flynn

Understanding

Edited by Sangeeta Chattoo, Gary Craig, Karl Atkin, and Ronny Flynn

Distributed for Bristol University Press

336 pages | 6 3/4 x 9 1/2 | © 2018
Paper $44.50 ISBN: 9781447339663 Published August 2019 For sale in North and South America only
Cloth $105.00 ISBN: 9781447339656 Published August 2019 For sale in North and South America only
In the wake of Brexit, overt racism and xenophobia are on the rise in the UK. At the same time, diversity in the ethnic population is being overlooked, and the experiences of minority groups are frequently marginalized.

‚ÄčThis new edition of a respected textbook examines institutional racism and community cohesion within a policy framework.  Fully updated, it offers a new foreword, new chapters on ethnicity, disability and chronic illness, and education policy and race, details of changes in ethnic demographics, and a postscript from a student on her own experience of making
 
Covering an unrivaled range of social welfare issues, this wide-ranging overview and marriage of theory, history, and contemporary data makes important debates about discrimination and social equality more accessible to a contemporary student audience interested in migration, the EU, austerity, and global terrorism.
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