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eBook White Identities: A Critical Sociological Approach epub
  • ISBN: 0745327494
  • Author: Steve Garner
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pluto Press (January 6, 2010)
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • ePUB size: 1414 kb
  • FB2 size 1226 kb
  • Formats mbr azw lit lrf


This book provides a critical introduction to the topic. Simon Clarke and Steve Garner's book is designed to guide students as they explore how white identities are forged using both sociological and psycho-social ideas

This book provides a critical introduction to the topic. Whiteness has traditionally been seen as "ethnically transparent" - the marker against which other ethnicities are measured. Simon Clarke and Steve Garner's book is designed to guide students as they explore how white identities are forged using both sociological and psycho-social ideas. Categories: Other Social Sciences\Philosophy: Critical Thinking.

A brilliantly nuanced analysis of white racial identity in the 21st century. The authors keep a clear focus upon the core issue: how white identity in its various forms is used to defend the advantages enjoyed by whites at the expense of racialised 'others'. Woody Doane, University of Hartford.

Simon Clarke and Steve Garner's book is designed to guide students as they explore how white identities are forged using both sociological and psycho-social ideas

Simon Clarke and Steve Garner's book is designed to guide students as they explore how white identities are forged using both sociological and psycho-social ideas. The study of white ethnicities is becoming increasingly important in the social sciences. This book provides a critical introduction to the topic.

This book provides a critical introduction to the topic. eISBN: 978-1-84964-387-0.

White Identities White Identities A Critical Sociological ApproachSIMON CLARKE and STEVE GARNER First published . This book is an exploration of sociological and psycho-social theories of the construction of whiteness vis-à-vis perceptions and imaginings of otherness. . It has three main aims. First, to introduce the reader to the history and theoretical unfolding of contemporary studies of whiteness in North America and Europe. Second, to explore the structural facilitating factors of these constructions, through such institutions as the state and the media.

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White Identities: a critical sociological approach more. Steve Garner argues that there is no single monolithic object of analysis but rather a plural set of ideas and practices that result in the introduction of 'race' into social relations. This differs over time and from one place to another. Bridget Byrne's qualitative analysis of white London mothers' discourse represents a major step towards establishing whiteness as a serious paradigm in British sociology more.

A Critical Sociological Approach. By: Simon Clarke; Steve Garner. This book guides students as they explore how white identities are forged using both sociological and psycho-social ideas

Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781849643870, 1849643873. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9780745327488, 0745327486. A Critical Sociological Approach. Publisher: Pluto Press. Print ISBN: 9780745327488, 0745327486. This book guides students as they explore how white identities are forged using both sociological and psycho-social ideas. Whiteness has traditionally been seen as 'ethnically transparent' - the marker against which other ethnicities are measured.

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The study of white ethnicities is becoming increasingly important in the social sciences. This book provides a critical introduction to the topic.Whiteness has traditionally been seen as "ethnically transparent" - the marker against which other ethnicities are measured. This analysis is clearly incorrect, but only recently have many race and ethnicity scholars moved away from focusing on ethnic minorities and instead oriented their studies around the construction of white identities. Simon Clarke and Steve Garner's book is designed to guide students as they explore how white identities are forged using both sociological and psycho-social ideas.Including an excellent survey of the existing literature and original research from the UK, this book will be an invaluable guide for sociology students taking modules in race and ethnicity.

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