Encyclopedia of the world's minorities, Volume 1
This study of minorities involves the difficult issues of rights, justice, equality, dignity, identity, autonomy, political liberties, and cultural freedoms. The A-Z Encyclopedia presents the facts, arguments, and areas of contention in over 560 entries in a clear, objective manner. For a full list of entries, contributors, and more, visit the Encyclopedia of the World's Minorities website.
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Skutsch has gathered over 300 contributors from 40 countries to compile this handy set on the world's minorities. Coming from a variety of disciplines (e.g., anthropology, linguistics, political ... Read full review
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