Explaining ethnic differences

Changing patterns of disadvantage in Britain

Explaining ethnic differences

Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol

192 pages
Paper $42.95 ISBN: 9781861344670 Published July 2003 For sale in North and South America only
This book focuses on the changing terrain of ethnic disadvantage in Britain, drawing on up-to-date sources. It goes further than texts that merely describe ethnic inequalities to explore and explain their dynamic nature. It suggests that the increasing diversity of experience among different ethnic groups is a key to understanding continuing and emerging tensions and conflicts.Explaining ethnic differences:provides up to date data and analysis of ethnic diversity and changing patterns of disadvantage in Britain;·[vbTab][vbTab]covers key areas of social life, including demographic trends, education, employment, housing, health, gender, and policing and community disorder;·[vbTab][vbTab]is written by leading experts in the field;·[vbTab]addresses issues of urgent public importance in the context of recent community disorder and the resurgence of the far right.·[vbTab][vbTab]The book is essential reading for policy makers in central and local government; academics, postgraduate students and advanced undergraduates in the social sciences; social work, health, education and housing professionals; and criminal justice personnel.
Introduction ~ David Mason
Changing ethnic disadvantage: an overview ~ David Mason
The demographic characteristics of people from minority ethnic groups in Britain ~ David Owen
Ethnic differentials in educational performance ~ Tariq Modood
Changing patterns of ethnic disadvantage in employment ~ David Mason
Patterns of and explanations for ethnic inequalities in health ~ James Y. Nazroo
Housing black and minority ethnic communities: diversity and constraint ~ Malcolm Harrison
'All the women are white, all the blacks are men - but some of us are brave': mapping the consequences of invisibility for black and minority ethnic women in Britain ~ Heidi Safia Mirza
Police lore and community disorder: diversity in the criminal justice system ~ Virinder S. Kalra
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