5 edition of New ethnicities, old racisms found in the catalog.
New ethnicities, old racisms
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||Phil Cohen (ed.)|
|LC Classifications||HT1521 .N465 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||243 p. :|
|Number of Pages||243|
|ISBN 10||1856496511, 185649652X|
|LC Control Number||99054738|
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Throughout, the contributors are concerned with new ethnicities - both white and black - which have emerged out of various imnixtures of cultural influence. They explore the relations of these ethnicities to the old racisms that continue to be reproduced through dominant forms Format: Hardcover.
Starting from the ‘new ethnicities‘ thesis of Stuart Hall - who writes a foreword to the book - the contributors explore changing ethnicities within the old frameworks of racism. Throughout, the contributors are concerned with new ethnicities - both white and black - which have emerged out of various imnixtures of cultural influence.
Linking theoretical analysis with substantive issues, the book focuses on three New ethnicities concerns: new ways of tackling popular cultures of racism -the histories of previously marginalized racisms - and sexisms -the impact of changing patterns of migration on the local/global city Throughout, the contributors are concerned with new ethnicities - both white New ethnicities black - which have Questioning received notions of multiculturalism, this book.
Some features of WorldCat will not be available. The contributors explore the relations of new and changing ethnicities, both black and white, to the old racisms that continue to be reproduced through dominant forms of governance in Britain and the west.
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