A Global View of Race and Racism by Judy Root AuletteA Global View of Race and Racism by Judy Root Aulette

A Global View of Race and Racism

byJudy Root Aulette

Paperback | September 5, 2016

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A Global View of Race and Racism is the only text currently on the market that explores race and racism from a global perspective. With a clear and direct writing style, author Judy Root Aulette places an emphasis on sociological concepts as an organizing factor. Featuring nine short chaptersfocused on a broad range of nations around the world, this brief text examines central concepts and issues in racial/ethnic studies including apartheid, assimilation, colonialism, multi-ethnicity, caste, ethnonationalism, white frames, genocide, migration, and affirmative action. Each chapterdiscusses the ways in which racist structures and practices have been or are being challenged. Chapters also include critical thinking questions and highlighted key concepts and terms, which are summarized in a glossary at the end of the book.
Judy Root Aulette is Professor in the Department of Sociology and the Women's and Gender Studies Program at UNC-Charlotte. She is coauthor, with Judith Wittner, of Gendered Worlds, Third Edition (OUP, 2014); coauthor, with Anna Aulette-Root and Floretta Boonzaier, of South African Women Living with HIV: Global Lessons from Local Voices...
Title:A Global View of Race and RacismFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 9.09 × 6.1 × 0.51 inPublished:September 5, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199366357

ISBN - 13:9780199366354

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"A Global View of Race and Racism identifies and analyzes race and racism from multiple dimensions from a global perspective with interesting and engaging historical information that has contemporary relevancy." --Bobby A. Potters, University of Indianapolis