Product no.: HP045

Samuel Kennedy Yeboah

The manifestation and symptoms of racial discrimination against Black people may differ from one country to the other, but the author demonstrates that the origin and development of this racial problem are either identical or at least very similar.

This in-depth analysis traces the history and development of Western racism, the ideology which underpins it, and the power which makes it operable.

Particularly aimed at schools, colleges and universities, this important book is a major contribution to multicultural education studies.

  • 210 x 148 mm
  • 320 pages
  • Paperback


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