7 edition of Racism and anti-racism in world perspective found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||editor, Benjamin P. Bowser.|
|Series||Sage series on race and ethnic relations ;, v. 13|
|Contributions||Bowser, Benjamin P.|
|LC Classifications||HT1521 .R325 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 325 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||325|
|ISBN 10||0803949537, 0803949545|
|LC Control Number||95016620|
Decolonization and anti-racism: a reading list Books that challenge the notion of empire and offer a history of anti-colonial, anti-racist struggle. In Insurgent Empire Priyamvada Gopal examines a century of dissent on the question of empire and shows how British critics of empire were influenced by rebellions and resistance in the colonies. This introductory text provides students for the first time with an historical and international analysis of the development of anti-racism. Drawing on sources from around the world, the author explains the roots and describes the practice of anti-racism in Western and non-Western societies from Britain and the United States to Malaysia and Peru.
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The book's contributors come from a wide range of backgrounds, including anthropology, classics, sociology, political science, communication, and history. Racism and Anti-Racism in World Perspective (Sage Series on Race and Ethnic Relations, Volume 13) 1st Edition by Benjamin P.
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This book is about American history, particularly anti-black racism in America. LIBRARIANS WILL WANT TO KNOW. Themes: racism, prejudice, civil rights, lynching, murder, anti-Black violence.
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Despite the advantages that accrue to white people as a result of racism, white people are hurt by racism too. Racism, both personal and systemic, tends to leave white people more disconnected from the majority of the world's population; with more fear, powerlessness and alienation; and with some of their full humanity obstructed.
17 Books On Race Every White Person Needs To Read. By Sadie step on a lifetime journey of anti-racism, racial identity and race relations through the perspective Author: Sadie Trombetta.
This is a unique and valuable resource whose focus is not restricted to the examination of racism and antiracism from a single perspective.
Contributors from diverse backgrounds - anthropology, classics, sociology, political science, communications and history - explore racism and the various movements to counteract it through the historical and cultural lenses of different world settings. Racism and Anti-Racism in World Perspective and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Racism and Anti-racism in World Perspective Sage Series on Race and Ethnic Relations, Volume 13 - AbeBooks Passion for books.
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The book's contributors come from a wide range of backgrounds, including anthropology, classics, sociology, political science, communications, and history.
Racism and Anti-Racism in World Perspective by Benjamin Bowser and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Racism Anti Racism World Perspective by Bowser - AbeBooks Passion for books.
Sign On My Account Basket Help. Keywords: Racism, anti–racism, cultural diversity, intergroup contact, intercultural dialogue Introduction Amid rising anti –immigrant and xenophobic sentiments in Europe, and the recentAuthor: Amanuel Elias. The theoretical and practical ideas in this book provide a rich resource of information that will help us to forge new ways of understanding the process of anti-racism organizational change and development.
In addition, the work also provides analyses of the historical backdrop that gives anti-racism organizational development its moral synergism.
The contributors to this volume examine racism and anti-racism through the historical and cultural lenses of different world settings.
This approach expands the framework through which we understand the genesis and dynamics of racism and anti-racism. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. GREEN, J. () Anti-racism: within the context of practice learning, in: CCETSW, Anti-Racism and Black Perspectives: The Context for Practice Learning (London, CCETSW).Author: Frank Keating.
"Alex Zamalin provides a comprehensive account of the philosophical underpinnings and practices of anti-racism in the United States. Theoretically nuanced and politically astute, this little book offers a primer on American anti-racism past and present.
A fine tool for teaching and political work."/5(2). A great book by Steven J. Gould called The Mismeasure of Man exposes the bad science. But we still have this ideology persisting today.
Dr. Herron: These pseudo-scientific forms of racism purported to show that there were natural, biological differences between human groups. In fact, that's what anthropology was for years— a sort of.Of course, after the Second World War, after the Holocaust, people looked at this problem of race and racism, and they saw how people could see difference and use it against people.
So they said racism is bad, xenophobia is bad. However, be sure to provide a balance and to also include books that represent diverse characters engaged in ordinary, everyday experiences. Once you develop a classroom library that addresses issues of race and racism from many perspectives, prepare yourself to respond to children’s questions as they arise.