Since Race and Ethnic Relations in Canada was first published in 1990, changes have occurred in Canadian society and academics have developed fresh ideas on studying human relations. In this second edition, materials and arguments in the original collection have been updated and refined, and new topics have been added. The contributors, all leading Canadian sociologists and social scientists, discuss a wide range of topics, including theories of race and ethnicity, demographic trends, the 'vertical mosaic', immigration, multiculturalism, employment equity, policy on native people, and language policy. Race and Ethnic Relations in Canada is essential reading towards such an understanding as Canada enters the new millennium.
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Canada