Race and Ethnic Relations in Canada
Peter S. Li
Oxford University Press, 1990 - Philosophy - 314 pages
A collection of new essays by a leading Canadian sociologist, this text covers a broad range of subjects on race and ethnicity in Canada: a demographic overview; human rights; policies on native people; multiculturalism; the politics of culture and language; ethnic identity and survival; the political economy of race and ethnicity; and gender and class.
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A Demographic Overview of Racial and Ethnic Groups
RACE ETHNICITY AND THE STATE
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