This second edition brings the book up to date by looking at recent examples of racism, such as the war in the former Yugoslavia and the cases of Stephen Lawrence and Rodney King, and by considering Islamophobia in Western societies. It also looks more widely at recent developments in the debate.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Situating Racism 1. Introduction 2. Representations of the Other Part 2: Conceptualising Racism 3. The Unity of Racism: A critique of conceptual inflation 4. The Diversity of Racism: A critique of conceptual deflation 5. On Signification Part 3: Contextualising Racism 6. Racism and Class Relations 7. Racism, the Nation State and Globalisation
Robert Miles is the Director of Study Abroad and Professor of Sociology and International Studies at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Malcolm Brown is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Exeter.