By Floya Anthias
This wide-ranging and obtainable publication examines race relating to social divisions comparable to ethnicity, gender and sophistication. It offers an enormous new method of learning the bounds of race, and may be of curiosity to scholars of sociology, ethnic experiences and gender stories.
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