A systematic comparison of key differences and similarities in the experience of black people in the US and England amidst racial hostility. The author argues for an approach to combatting this built on shared racial identities.
"This outstanding book outlines a methodological model for cross-national work and critically addresses theoetical shortcomings in the race relations literature ... We highly recommend this book to those interested in comparative work on the construction of racial ideologies." -" Journal of American Ethnic History
Table of Contents
Frontispiece Preface and Acknowledgements 1. Introduction 2. Black People in the United States 3. Racialised Ideologies, Class Relations and the State 4. Racialised Integration, Harmony and Parity 6. Conclusion References
Racialised Barriers: The Black Experience in the United States and England in the 1980's by Stephen Small
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