Dictionary of Race and Ethnic Relations

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DICTIONARY OF RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS

FOURTH EDITION

ELLIS CASHMORE

with

MICHAEL BANTON • JAMES JENNINGS, BARRY TROYNA • PIERRE L.VAN DEN BERGHE

and specialist contributions from

Heribert Adam • Molefi Kete Asanti • Stephanie Athey Carl Bagley • Kingsley Bolton • Roy L. Brooks Richard Broome • Bonnie G. Campodonico Robin Cohen • James W. Covington • Guy Cumberbatch John A. Garcia • Ian Hancock • Michael Hechter Gita Jairaj • Robert Kerstein • Zeus Leonardo Timothy J. Lukes • Peter McLaren • Eugene McLaughlin Robert Miles • Kogila Moodley • Marshall Murphree George Paton • Jan Nederveen Pieterse • Peter Ratcliffe Amy I. Shepper • Betty Lee Sung • John Solomos Stuart D. Stein • Roy Todd • Robin Ward Steven Vertovec • Loretta Zimmerman

London and New York

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction x
  • A 1
  • Reading 33
  • Reading 36
  • Reading 37
  • Reading 45
  • Reading 46
  • B 47
  • Reading 50
  • Reading 57
  • Reading 63
  • C 64
  • Reading 66
  • Reading 68
  • Reading 72
  • Reading 78
  • Reading 83
  • D 94
  • Reading 105
  • E 106
  • Reading 108
  • Reading 113
  • Reading 115
  • Reading 126
  • Reading 129
  • F 132
  • Reading 137
  • G 138
  • Reading 147
  • Reading 152
  • H 153
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  • I 167
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  • J 185
  • K 189
  • Reading 194
  • L 198
  • Reading 206
  • M 223
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  • Reading 238
  • Reading 244
  • N 250
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  • O 262
  • Reading 264
  • P 265
  • Reading 272
  • Reading 286
  • R 294
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  • Reading 300
  • Reading 308
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  • Reading 327
  • S 335
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  • T 359
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  • Reading 362
  • U 364
  • V 373
  • W 375
  • Reading 381
  • X 382
  • Reading 383
  • Z 384
  • Index 389
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