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eBook Ethnic and Racial Minorities in Advanced Industrial Democracies: (Contributions in Ethnic Studies) ePub

by Luis R Fraga,Anthony M Messina,Laurie Rhodebeck,Frederic D. Wright

  • ISBN: 031327259X
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Luis R Fraga,Anthony M Messina,Laurie Rhodebeck,Frederic D. Wright
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Praeger (April 30, 1992)
  • Pages: 376
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By Anthony M. Messina, Luis R. Fraga, Laurie A. Rhodebeck, Frederick D. Wright.

By Anthony M. Problems of economic disadvantage, political equality, and social harmony continue to exist in virtually all these societies, despite the construction of various constitutional settlements, power-sharing agreements among ethnic communities, and the enactment, in many countries, of anti-discrimination and equal opportunity statutes since the early 1960s.

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LR Fraga, LA Rhodebeck, FD Wright. Antiimmigrant illiberalism and the ‘new’ethnic and racial minorities in Western Europe. Patterns of Prejudice 23 (3), 17-31, 1989. Greenwood Press, 1992. The Two Tiers of Ethnic Conflict in Westen Europe. Fletcher F. World Aff.

Publications – journal special issue. Latino Political Incorporation and the Voting Rights Ac.

Students and experts in comparative and minority politics, ethnic and Black studies, and sociology will benefit from the observations and conclusions about the operations of economic and political markets and how they heighten ethnic and racial inequality.

The study offers a unique synthesis of diverse views by those who have focused on long-established or ethnoregional minorities and those who have studied recent immigrant populations.

Teaching ethnic and racial studies in sociology. Messina, Anthony, Luis R. Rhodebeck, and Frederick D. Wright (Ed. (1992). New York: Greenwood Press. In M. Bulmer and J. Solomos (Ed., Ethnic and Racial Studies Today. London and New York: Routledge. Marx, Anthony W. (1998). Michaels, Walter Benn (1998) Autobiography of an ex-white man: Why race is not a social construction.

The Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel Award for Contributions to Undergraduate Education, Stanford University, June 18, 1995.

Contributions in Ethnic Studies No. 29. Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth Affairs (MCEETYA). Achieving educational equality for Australia’s Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Canberra: MCEETYA Taskforce on Indigenous Education.

Ethnic and Racial Minorities in Asia explores the relationship between ethnic minority rights and citizenship in Asia. Occupying a prominent place on the global map of conflict, Asia is one of the most ethnically diverse and racially divided regions in the world. It is also the scene of some of the.

This collection of essays breaks new ground in the comparative study of ethnic and racial minorities by showing that there is a common ground shared by those in advanced industrial democracies that differentiates them from Third World and communist countries. The study offers a unique synthesis of diverse views by those who have focused on long-established or ethnoregional minorities and those who have studied recent immigrant populations. The analysis of ethnic tolerance, political factors, and conflict resolution considers why ethnic and racial conflict and disadvantage endure, pointing to ways that societies are organized economically and politically and linked into the international political economy. Students and experts in comparative and minority politics, ethnic and Black studies, and sociology will benefit from the observations and conclusions about the operations of economic and political markets and how they heighten ethnic and racial inequality.

The general introduction and conclusion offer theoretical overviews and point to social science paradigms concerning the role of ethnic and racial minorities in the advanced industrial democracies. Noted contributors examine immigration policy and ethnic tolerance; minorities, politics, and the state; political consciousness, organization and participation; and conflict resolution and public policy. A lengthy reference list is given. This volume will be of great interest to interdisciplinary audiences in political science, sociology/social problems, and ethnic and black studies.