For several decades, a political discourse, which incites exclusion and hatred against those who are perceived as different, has been gaining ground, most notably in affluent and developed countries. Racism is back, and antiracism is no longer accepted as an argument that suffices in itself. Focusing on the growth of racism in large cities and urban areas, this volume represents views by scholars from around the world, who work in different social sciences, on the one hand; on the other, it offers statements by non-practicing academics such as culture brokers, journalists and. The book is conceived in such a way that the contributions of the scientists and the non-academic specialists are grouped around common themes, highlighting existing debates and bringing together widely scattered information. Labour politics, cultural selectionism, separate education for minorities and majorities and other projects point in the direction of more exclusion and racism. Community work, intercultural education and political organization of religious practices explore alternative avenues.
Publisher: Berghahn Books
Number of pages: 350
Weight: 426 g
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