Colour Prejudice in Britain: A Study of West Indian Workers in Liverpool, 1941-1951

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CONTENTS
PREFACEpagev
I. THEORY AND METHODS1
1. Theory of Inter-group Relations1
2. Procedure and Methods7
II. RACIAL RELATIONS IN BRITAIN AND U.S.A.16
1. Contrasts with U.S.A.16
2. Similarities between Britain and U.S.A.18
3. Racial Relations in Liverpool before Second World War19
III. IMMIGRATION SCHEME FOR WEST INDIAN WORKERS23
1. Administration and Welfare23
2. West Indian Technicians and Trainees25
3. Qualifications of Jamaican Technicians29
4. Qualifications of West Indian Trainees30
5. Subsequent Assessment of Skill32
IV. EMPLOYMENT OF WEST INDIAN NEGROES35
1. Resistance to Employment of Negroes35
2. Direction of Labour36
3. Wages, Allowances and Conditions of Work37
4. Post-war Redundancy and Reduction of Earnings41
5 Employment Problems in Liverpool and the North-West44
6. A Note on Manchester, Bolton and other Towns50
V. RELATIONSHIPS AT WORK53
1. Relations with Employers and Managers53
2. Relations with Workers59
3. Relations with Trade Unions65
VI. HOUSING, MARRIAGE AND SEXUAL RELATIONS69
1. Spheres of Prejudice69
2. Housing and Location of Residence71
3. Sexual Stereotypes and Attitudes77
4. Sexual Adjustment of West Indian Negroes79
5. Marriage of West Indians82

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