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  • Intercultural Communication and Public Policyby Ngozi Iheanacho

    M and J Grand Orbit Communications 2016; US$ 38.00

    As there are different races and people in the world, so there are different cultures ? meaning that cultural diversity is inevitable. Through human contact and association cultures meet. In such meetings every individual and culture projects itself as worthy, and should be held in high esteem. In today?s world it is not encouraging to be ethnocentric... more...

  • Is science racist?by Jonathan Marks

    Wiley 2017; US$ 12.95 US$ 11.22

    Every arena of science has its own set of ethical issues ? chemistry and poison gas, physics and the atom bomb ? and genetics has had a troubled history with race. As Jonathan Marks reveals, this dangerous relationship rumbles on to this day, still leaving plenty of leeway for a belief in the basic natural inequality of races. The eugenic science... more...

  • Is Racism an Environmental Threat?by Ghassan Hage

    Wiley 2017; US$ 12.95 US$ 11.22

    The ecological crisis is the most overwhelming to have ever faced humanity and its consequences permeate every domain of life. This trenchant book examines its relation to Islamophobia as the dominant form of racism today, showing how both share roots in domination, colonialism and the logics of capitalism. Ghassan Hage proposes that both racism... more...

  • Hate, prejudice and discriminationby Robert Cramer; Phyllis Gerstenfeld; Jane Ireland; Michelle Lowe

    Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2016; US$ 199.00

    This e-book presents a special initiative addressing hate, prejudice, and discrimination in unique contexts. Chapters in this issue reflect a combination of empirical and theoretical work. These contributions address a range of timely topics, including, but not limited to, factors influencing perceptions of immigration, demographically-based biases... more...

  • Negotiating Identityby Susie Scott

    Wiley 2015; US$ 26.95 US$ 23.36

    Identity is never just an individual matter; it is intricately shaped by our experiences of social life. Taking a Symbolic Interactionist approach, and drawing on Goffman’s dramaturgical theory, Susie Scott explores the micro-social processes of interaction through which identities are created, maintained, challenged and reinvented. With a focus... more...

  • Women and Scientific Employmentby Judith Glover

    Palgrave Macmillan 2000; US$ 163.00

    Women and Scientific Employment combines rich empirical data and theoretical discussion on the 'problem' of women's representation in scientific education and employment. A distinction is made throughout between 'quantitative feminization' and 'vertical feminization' - a distinction which is frequently confused in policy on women and the sciences.... more...

  • What I Know For Sureby Tavis Smiley

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2008; US$ 13.95

    From the man who catapulted the Covenant with Black America to number one on the New York Times bestseller list comes a searing memoir of poverty, ambition, pain and atonment. Tavis Smiley grew up in a family of thirteen in rural Indian, where money was scarce and the sight of other black faces even scarcer. Always an outsider because of his... more...

  • In the Gameby Amy Bass

    Palgrave Macmillan 2006; US$ 40.00

    Talking about race and sports almost always leads to trouble. Rush Limbaugh's stint as an NFL commentator came to an abrupt end when he made some off-handed comments about the Philadelphia Eagles' black quarterback, Donovan McNabb. Ask a simple question along these lines - 'Why do African Americans dominate the NBA?' - and watch the... more...

  • Voices in First Personby Lori Marie Carlson; Manuel Rivera-Ortiz; Flavio Morais

    Atheneum Books for Young Readers 2008; US$ 17.99

    WANTING TO BELONG. WANTING TO GO HOME. LOVE. REGRET. FAMILY LEGENDS. DREAMS. REVENGE. ENGLISH. SPANISH. This eclectic, gritty, and groundbreaking collection of short monologues features twenty-one of the most respected Latino authors writing today, including Sandra Cisneros, Oscar Hijuelos, Esmeralda Santiago, and Gary Soto. Their fictional narratives... more...

  • Processes of Social Inequalityby Dr Paul Lambert

    Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2008; US$ 199.00

    This text provides an introduction to key concepts, current research findings, and theories in social inequality. While focusing primarily on social class, it also deals broadly with other forms of social inequality, including racial/ethnic, gender, and political. In dealing with the various dimensions of inequality, the book explains how they overlap... more...