Race, Ethnicity and Education in Globalised Times

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This book broaches what has become a a ~noisy silencea (TM) whereby conversations about race and ethnic relationships are understood as unbalanced, irrelevant or as too dangerous to speak about. It is concerned with the ways that race and ethnic relationships are spoken about in contemporary western societies such as Australia and the changed and confused debates that underpin those discussions. Parents and teachers at one State secondary school in Melbourne Australia speak about race and ethnic relationships as their ...