Race Relations in Britain since 1945 provides a critical overview of the origins, development and present state of race relations in Britain. Highly contentious, the field of race relations is closely related to a number of issues which are regarded to be at the very heart of contemporary British life. Professor Goulbourne draws on a variety of historical, sociological, anthropological and political analyses to construct and advance a convincing and persuasive argument about differential incorporation into British society or inequality based on colour in the imperial and colonial era as well as the contemporary period.
Macmillan Education UK; October 1998
- ISBN: 9781349269624
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- Title: Race Relations in Britain Since 1945
Series: Social History in Perspective
- Author: Harry Goulbourne
Imprint: Red Globe Press
About The Author
HARRY GOULBOURNE is Professor of Sociology at South Bank University, London.