📒 Researching Race And Racism by Foundation Fund Professor of Sociology Martin Bulmer

Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Psychology Press
ISBN_10 : 0415300894
Copyright Year : 2004
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This work brings together contributions from some of the leading researchers in the field of race and racism, using the benefit of their experience to explore the practical and ethical issues involved in doing research in this controversial field.

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📒 Racing Research Researching Race by France Winddance Twine

Genre : Political Science
Publisher : NYU Press
ISBN_10 : 9780814782415
Copyright Year : 2000-07
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A white woman studies upper-class eighth grade girls at her alma mater on Long Island and finds a culture founded on misinformation about its own racial and class identity. A black American researcher is repeatedly assumed by many Brazilian subjects to be a domestic servant or sex worker. Racing Race, Researching Race is the first volume of its kind to explore how ideologies of race and racism intersect with nationality and gender to shape the research experience. Critical work in race studies has not adequately addressed how racial positions in the field--as inflected by nationality, gender, and age--generate numerous methodological dilemmas. Racing Research, Researching Race begins to fill this gap by infusing critical race studies with more empirical work and suggesting how a critical race perspective might improve research methodologies and outcomes. The contributors to the volume encompass a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds including anthropology, sociology, ethnic studies, women=s studies, political science, and Asian American studies.

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Genre : Social Science
Publisher : SAGE
ISBN_10 : 0761972870
Copyright Year : 2003-08-18
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Drawing upon ethnographic research, the author uses detailed case study examples to show how race and ethnicity is produced, negotiated and resisted in qualitative research encounters.

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📒 Researching Racism by Muzammil Quraishi

Genre : Social Science
Publisher : SAGE
ISBN_10 : 9781473917828
Copyright Year : 2015-04-21
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"A welcome and overdue contribution to the field. Identifying a need for an empirical guide to complement the abundant theoretical literature, this book combines a variety of practical avenues of advice with analytical sophistication, without losing any of the subject matter’s complexities. The contextual chapters are well judged and informative, while readers will surely find the careful selection and very clear presentation of the case studies particularly useful in thinking through the projects from start to completion." - Steve Garner, Open University This book offers a one stop guide to the meaning of racism, key studies in the field, core methodologies and an agenda for research for the future. Discussing the salient aspects of race and racism in contemporary society alongside methodological and practical considerations of qualitative research in the field, Researching Racism is not only an original textbook but also a crucial guide for anyone beginning their own research on racism. Based on Muzammil Quraishi and Rob Philburn’s extensive background as researchers, supervisors and teachers, this book: offers a clear and accessible account of an interdisciplinary and complex topic incorporates historical, legislative and international dimensions of race and racism outlines and illustrates a range of qualitative research methods provides case studies and engaging examples includes a tool kit for researchers of racism. This is an indispensable guide for students wanting to research race and racism across the social sciences.

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Genre : Social Science
Publisher : SAGE
ISBN_10 : 0761972870
Copyright Year : 2003-09-03
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Drawing upon ethnographic research, the author uses detailed case study examples to show how race and ethnicity is produced, negotiated and resisted in qualitative research encounters.

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📒 Race And Power by Gargi Bhattacharyya

Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Psychology Press
ISBN_10 : 041521971X
Copyright Year : 2002
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Changing configurations of whiteness

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📒 Researching Race by Hasmita Ramji

Genre : Social Science
Publisher :
ISBN_10 : 033522301X
Copyright Year : 2009
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Researching race has become ever more urgent in order to advance our understanding of how race operates in our society and the implications it has for social cohesion. Aimed at a upper-level student audience this book wishes to combine a critical methodological engagement with an exploration of contemporary dilemmas related to researching race to help address the current dominance of highly theoretical work in this area and render the complex but important debates emerging in this area more accessible for students. ..The book will seek to provide theoretical and empirical tools to explore some of the questions which lie at the heart of current debates around researching race especially with regard to �Western� societies. It considers issues such as how can �race� be sociologically understood? Do different methodological approaches operate with different conceptualizations of �race�? What difficulties is a researcher likely to face when researching a different racial group to their own? These theoretical engagements would facilitate case-study explorations around issues which have been concerning popular and expert attention in recent years in contemporary societies. For example is there an emergence of new forms of identification based on race? How does race impact on an individual�s experience of education and employment? The book aims to provide students with access to a balanced range of approaches and will be available for them to use as a basis for mapping the strengths and weaknesses of each approach. .

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Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN_10 : 9781351047302
Copyright Year : 2020-03-25
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The study of contemporary forms of racism has expanded greatly over the past four decades. Although it has been a focus for scholarship and research for the past three centuries, it is perhaps over this more recent period that we have seen important transformations in the analytical frames and methods to explore the changing patterns of contemporary racisms. The Routledge International Handbook of Contemporary Racisms brings together thirty-four original chapters from international experts that address key features of contemporary racisms. The Handbook has a truly global orientation and covers contemporary racisms in both the western and non-western geopolitical environments. In terms of structure, the volume is organized into ten interlinked parts that include Theories and Histories, Contemporary Racisms in Global Perspective, Racism and the State, Racist Movements and Ideologies, Anti-Racisms, Racism and Nationalism, Intersections of Race and Gender, Racism, Culture and Religion, Methods of Studying Contemporary Racisms, and the End of Racism. These parts contain chapters that draw on original theoretical and empirical research to address the evolution and changing forms of contemporary racism. The Handbook is framed by a General Introduction and by short introductions to each part that provide an overview of key themes and concerns. Written in a clear and direct style, and from a conceptual, multidisciplinary and international perspective, the Handbook will provide students, scholars and practitioners with an overview of the most pressing issues of Racisms in our time.

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📒 White Logic White Methods by Tukufu Zuberi, PBS's History Detectives and Professor

Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN_10 : 9781461647010
Copyright Year : 2008-05-02
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With an assemblage of leading scholars, White Logic, White Methods explores the possibilities and necessary dethroning of current social research practices, and demands a complete overhaul of current methods, towards multicultural and pluralist approach to what we know, think, and question.

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Genre : Education
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN_10 : 9781351386586
Copyright Year : 2017-11-01
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This edited collection examines the ways in which the local and global are key to understanding race and racism in the intersectional context of contemporary education. Analysing a broad range of examples, it highlights how race and racism is a relational phenomenon, that interconnects local, national and global contexts and ideas. The current educational climate is subject to global influences and the effects of conservative, hyper-nationalist politics and neoliberal economic rationalising in local settings that are creating new formations of race and racism. While focused predominantly on Australia and southern world or settler colonial contexts, the book aims to constructively contribute to broader emerging research and debates about race and education. Through the adoption of a relational framing, it draws the Australian context into the global conversation about race and racism in education in ways that challenge and test current understandings of the operation of race and racism in contemporary social and educational spaces. Importantly, it also pushes debates about race and racism in education and research to the foreground in Australia where such debates are typically dismissed or cursorily engaged. The book will guide readers as they navigate issues of race in education research and practice, and its chapters will serve as provocations designed to assist in critically understanding this challenging field. It reaches beyond education scholarship, as concerns to do with race remain intertwined with wider social justice issues such as access to housing, health, social/economic mobility, and political representation.

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