Unequal Relations: A Critical Introduction To Race, Ethnic, And Aboriginal Dynamics In Canada by Augie FlerasUnequal Relations: A Critical Introduction To Race, Ethnic, And Aboriginal Dynamics In Canada by Augie Fleras

Unequal Relations: A Critical Introduction To Race, Ethnic, And Aboriginal Dynamics In Canada

byAugie Fleras

Paperback | March 1, 2016

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Unequal Relations: A Critical Introduction to Race, Ethnic, and Aboriginal Dynamics in Canada is the market-leading, single-voice text for Race and Ethnicity courses in Canada, and it includes comprehensive coverage of racism, multiculturalism and diversity. This mature edition has been updated to remain current, and to include new sub-topics important to the discipline, including explicit discussion of the importance of immigration to Canada and its role in national building; older waves of immigration; and shifting attitudes of normalized immigrant groups.
Augie Fleras teaches at the University of Waterloo. His research interests include Race and Ethnic Relations, Multiculturalism, indigenous People’s Politics, Mass Media Communication, and Theorizing Social Problems. He received his PhD from Victoria University of Wellington.
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Title:Unequal Relations: A Critical Introduction To Race, Ethnic, And Aboriginal Dynamics In CanadaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:448 pages, 9.25 × 7 × 0.6 inPublished:March 1, 2016Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0133761789

ISBN - 13:9780133761788

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Table of Contents

Part One: Conceptualizing the Politics of Race, Ethnic, and Aboriginal Relations

 

Chapter 1: Race, Ethnic, and Aboriginal Relations: Patterns, Paradoxes, Perspectives

Chapter 2: The Politics of Race

Chapter 3: Racisms and Anti-racism

Chapter 4: Ethnicity Matters: Experiences: Politics, Identity, and Power, and Experiences

(NEW: Combined chapters 4 & 8 from 7Ce)

Chapter 5: Racialized Inequality

Chapter 6: Gender Minorities, Gendered Exclusions

 

Part Two Diversities and Difference in Canada: Peoples, Nations, and Minorities

 

Chapter 7: Aboriginal Peoples in Canada: Repairing the Relationship

Chapter 8: Immigrants and Immigration (previous chapter 9)

Chapter 9: Multiculturalism as Canada-Building Governance

(NEW: Combined chapters 10 & 11)

Chapter 10: This Adventure Called Canada-Building (previous chapter 12)