Race and Racism in Britain
The new edition of "Race and Racism in Britain" builds on the strengths of previous editions of this widely-used text in providing a detailed and critical analysis of race relations and forms of racism in British society today. The book begins by mapping a conceptual framework that seeks to locate the British experience within a broader context which it proceeds to apply in a systematic assessment of trends, developments and political and policy debates since the 1950s.
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Theories of Race and Racism
Historical Background and Context
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