Race and Ethnicity
Critical Concepts in Sociology
Edited by Harry Goulbourne
Introduction by Professor Harry Goulbourne
Routledge – 2002 – 1,848 pages
Series: Critical Concepts in Sociology
This set brings together published articles, papers and book chapters that are central to an informed understanding of race and ethnicity today. The volumes are arranged around four key themes and will resonate with both researchers and teachers in related fields, as well as those who are engaged in policy issues directly arising from racial and ethnic structures and behaviour.
With a new introduction and index, this internationally focused, multidisciplinary collection is an invaluable reference tool and teaching aid.
Volume One: Debates and Controversies
Volume Two: Solidarities and Communities
Volume Three: Racism: Exclusion and Privilege
Volume Four: Integration, Adaptation and Change