Unequal Relations offers comprehensive coverage of racism, multiculturalism and diversity. Utilizing a sociological lens as a framework for analysis, it focuses on three prevailing themes: the constructed, the contested and the community. Each are examined from a critical approach and have a strong balance of research and application.
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Now it in its seventh edition, Unequal Relations has engaged students in thinking about race, ethnicity, and Aboriginal relations for two decades. Utilizing a sociological lens as a framework for analysis, it focuses on three prevailing themes: the constructed, the contested, and the community.
Covering such issues as Aboriginal rights, Quebec nationalism, multilayered pluralism, nation-minorities, and racialized groups, readers are provided with a sociologically-informed introduction to the politics of race, ethnic, and Aboriginal relations within Canada.
Make sure to visit the text enrichment site for this title featuring new case studies at www.pearsoncanada.ca/fleras.About the Author:
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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Book Description Pearson Education Canada, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110132310600