Race and Ethnicity: Finding Identities and Equalities

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Oxford University Press, May 8, 2003 - Social Science - 318 pages
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This book examines ethnic pluralism and industrialization, as well as theories of ethnic change, such as assimilation, amalgamation, and the ethic mosaic. Chapters also deal with class, socio-economic status, and the segregation of minorities. These aspects set the book apart from competition in the purely multicultural camp.

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Leo Driedger is a Professor Emeritus, University of Manitoba.

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