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Race, Multiculture and Social Policy

by Alice Bloch

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The UK is increasingly multicultural and diverse. In this context ideas about race, ethnicity, cultural difference and multiculture are central to both political debates and policy formation. Taking a theoretically informed approach and using an empirically focused analysis of key policy areas, Race, Multiculture and Social Policy treats the reader to a sophisticated and wide-ranging exploration of the relationship between policy interventions and race, ethnicity and multiculture in British society. Organised into three parts, this book: * Begins by exploring the changes in political, policy and academic debates around race and multiculture. * Investigates social policy sites such as housing, education, policing and health, examining how they differentiate within and across ethnic categorisations. * Concludes with a critical analysis of the future of policy trends in a multicultural society. This is a timely and essential source for academics, policy makers and students of race and ethnicity in Social Policy, Sociology, Geography and Politics.

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