This book presents a wide-ranging overview of current debates and research in issues relating to race and ethnicity in contemporary British society. It focuses on the extent of racial inequality while encapsulating the character of recent theories and debates that focus on issues of ethnic diversity and culture. It adopts a primarily sociological approach, using recent studies to assess the changing profile of race and ethnicity in Britain.
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Author Biography - Andrew Pilkington
ANDREW PILKINGTON is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Centre for Research in Equality and Diversity at the University of Northampton. He has published widely within the field of race and ethnicity. His publications include Race Relations in Britain (1984) and he is co-author of Sociology in Focus (2004).