Racism and Anti-Racism in World Perspective

ISBN-10: 0803949545

ISBN-13: 9780803949546

Edition: 1995

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"This is must reading for all serious students of race and ethnic relations." --Choice Americans who study racism and the movements to counteract racism tend to look only at the U.S. situation in their attempts to understand the two phenomena. However, focusing only on the familiar and the national makes it very difficult to see how racism in the United States has been defined by our culture and history--and how it can be changed. For these reasons, Racism and Antiracism in World Perspective, edited by Benjamin P. Bowser, is a unique and valuable resource for students and scholars of race relations. The book's contributors come from a wide range of backgrounds, including anthropology, classics, sociology, political science, communication, and history. They examine racism and antiracism through the historical and cultural lenses of different world settings, including Europe, South America, Africa, North America, and the Caribbean. This progressive approach changes and expands the framework through which we understand the genesis and dynamics of racism and antiracism. Students and practitioners in the fields of race and ethnic relations, sociology, anthropology, cross-cultural studies, political science, policy studies, and comparative studies will find Racism and Antiracism in World Perspective to be an invaluable resource on international racism.
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List price: $103.00
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/18/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 331
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Series Editor's Introduction
Introduction
The Global Community, Racism, and Anti-Racism
What is Innate About It?
Europe's Oldest Chapter in the History of Black-White Relations
'If Toads Could Speak'
How the Myth of Race Took Hold and Flourished in the Minds of Europe's Renaissance Colonizers
Spanish Ideology and the Practice of Inequality in the New World
Anti-Racism in the United States
1865-1900
Racism and Anti-Racism: Essential Issues
Mass Communication, Popular Culture, and Racism
White Radicals, White Liberals, and White People
Rebuilding the Anti-Racist Coalition
Changing the Subject
Race and Gender in Feminist Discourse
Area Studies of Racism and Anti-Racism
Racism and Anti-Racism in Great Britain
Historial Trends and Contemporary Issues
Racism and Anti-Racism in Western Europe
Introduction to the Analysis of Racism and Anti-Racism in Brazil
Racism and Anti-Racism in Brazil
A Postmodern Perspective
Black Resistance in Brazil
A Matter of Necessity
Racism and Anti-Racism in the Caribbean
The Long Shadow of Apartheid Ideology
The Case of Open Schools in South Africa
Racism in the Modern World Community
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