Description - The Politics of Social Science Research by P. Ratcliffe
This book addresses some of the key questions facing contemporary social scientists. What is the point of our research? Who undertakes it? Does it have any impact on the social world it attempts to characterize: if so, what? It does so by focusing on international research on identity and inequality grounded in "race" and ethnic difference. The contributors to the volume ask searching questions about the politics of research funding, the empowerment of minorities, and the prospects for meaningful change.
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Author Biography - P. Ratcliffe
PETER RATCLIFFE is Reader in Sociology at the University of Warwick and currently serves on the Executive of the International Sociological Association's Research Committee on Ethnic, Race and Minority Issues. His major publications include Colonial Immigrants in a British City (co-authored), Racism and Reaction, 'Race, Ethnicity and Nation, 'Race' and Housing in Bradford and Social Geography and Ethnicity in Britain.