Racialization: Studies in Theory and Practice by Karim Murji

Racialization: Studies in Theory and Practice

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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Karim Murji is at Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Open University. John Solomos is at Professor of Sociology, City University, London.
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Title:Racialization: Studies in Theory and PracticeFormat: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