Everyday Multiculturalism and 'Hidden' Hate

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This book examines the lived reality of 'everyday multiculturalism', and the ways that young people make sense of the diverse world around them. Currently we know very little about how multiculturalism shapes our lives, our interactions and our identity. This is especially pertinent for young people. How do young people from largely white, disadvantaged backgrounds interpret multiculturalism? How do they engage with people from 'different' minority ethnic and faith communities? How do they negotiate the challenges that ...

Everyday Multiculturalism and 'Hidden' Hate 2017, Palgrave MacMillan

ISBN-13: 9781137532350

2017 edition

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