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Multiculturalism in a Global Society

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Beschreibung

Beschreibung

Multiculturalism in Global Society explores the concepts and debates surrounding the complex modern phenomenon of multiculturalism, and its varied effects on the advanced industrial nations of the world. With remarkable clarity and concision, it focuses on the interrelated ties of ethnicity, race, and nationalism in a world where globalizing processes have made such ties increasingly important in economic, political, and cultural terms. Students and scholars looking for the most up-to-date approach to understanding multiculturalism in a global perspective will find this to be an engaging, penetrating, and illuminating text.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

List of Figures, Maps, and Tables. Acknowledgements.Introduction: Multicultural Societies and Globalization.1. Ethnic Theory in a Global Age.2. The United States as a Melting Pot: Myth and Reality.3. Canada and Australia: Ethnic Mosaics and State-Sponsored Multiculturalism.4. John Bull's Island: Britain in a Post-Colonial World.5. Germany, France, and Shifting Conceptions of Citizenship.6. Multicultural Prospects and Twenty-first Century Realities.References.

Portrait

Peter Kivisto is Professor and Chair of Sociology at Augustana College. He is the author of The Ethnic Engima (1989), For Democracy (1993), and Americans All (1995), and is the editor of Immigrant Socialists in the United States (1984) and Multiculturalism in the United States (2000).

Pressestimmen

"Peter Kivisto has produced a characteristically insightful and incisive theoretical analysis of multiculturalism today. Genuinely comparative, this is cutting-edge work of high quality." Martin Bulmer, Editor, Ethnic and Racial Studies "Kivisto provides a concise and useful theoretical discussion of ethnic theories." E. Hu-DeHart, Brown University
EAN: 9780631221937
ISBN: 063122193X
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: BLACKWELL PUBL
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2002
Seitenanzahl: 240 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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