Talking About Identity

Talking About Identity

Encounters in Race, Ethnicity, and Language

Book - 2001 | Rev. and updated.
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"Where are you from?""What is your nationality?""I didn't know you were...""I'm not racist, but...""It's just a joke.""What does a white person know about racism?""Some of my best friends are..."
James and Shadd's enormously popular Talking About Difference (BTL, 1994) has been thoroughly revised and expanded and makes a fine introduction to dozens of key issues involving all of us in Canadian society. Some of these issues include ethnic, racial, class and social identity. All the authors provide analysis as well as personal reflections. The book also shows the rich experiences and many ways of growing up, immigrating to, and living in Canada.
Publisher: Toronto : Between the Lines, 2001.
Edition: Rev. and updated.
ISBN: 9781896357362
Branch Call Number: 306.4460971 Tal 2001 3583tc 1
306.4460971 Tal 2001 3583uc 1
Characteristics: x, 323 p.
Alternative Title: Talking about difference.


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