Racialization: Studies in Theory and Practice

Paperback | June 30, 2005

EditorKarim Murji, John Solomos

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Racializaton has become one of the central concepts in the study of race and racism. This volume brings together leading international scholars from a range of backgrounds to address key facets of the concept in a wide range of social and political arenas, including gender relations, policing, urban communities, youth cultures, immigration, and political life.

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Racializaton has become one of the central concepts in the study of race and racism. This volume brings together leading international scholars from a range of backgrounds to address key facets of the concept in a wide range of social and political arenas, including gender relations, policing, urban communities, youth cultures, immigra...

Karim Murji is at Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Open University. John Solomos is at Professor of Sociology, City University, London.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.74 inPublished:June 30, 2005Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199257035

ISBN - 13:9780199257034

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PrefaceKarim Murji and John Solomos: Introduction: Racialization in Theory and Practice1. Brett St Louis: Racialization in the 'Zone of Ambiguity'2. Michael Banton: Historical and Contemporary Modes of Racialization3. Avtar Brah: Ambivalent Documents/Fugitive Pieces: Author, Text, Subject, and Racializations4. David Theo Goldberg: Racial Americanization5. Ann Phoenix: Remembered Racialization: Young People and Positioning in Differential Understandings6. Vron Ware: The Power of Recall: Writing Against Racial Identity7. Anoop Nayak: White Lives8. Eugene McLaughlin: Recovering Blackness/Repudiating Whiteness: The Daily Mail's Construction of the Five White Suspects Accused of the Racist Murder of Stephen Lawrence9. Ghassan Hage: White Self-Racialization as Identity Fetishism: Capitalism and the Experience of Colonial Whiteness10. Tony Kushner: Racialization and 'White European' Immigration to Britain11. Philomena Essed: Gendered Preferences in Racialized Spheres: Cloning The Physician12. Michael Keith: Racialization and hte Public Spheres of the City13. Ali Rattansi: The Uses of Racialization: The Time-Spaces and Subject-Objects of the Raced Body