Racism After 'race Relations'
This trenchant yet subtle book, written by one of the main authorities in the field, discusses the shifting and multiple definitions of the concept of racism. The author challenges a common academic and everyday conception that racism is experienced exclusively by black people. Controversial and compelling it will occupy the centre of contemporary debate in the sociology of racism and ethnic studies.
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The concept of racism
Apropos the idea of race again
antithesis and articulation
The civilisation and racialisation of the interior
possibilities and problems
Migration history and British racisms
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