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Europe's New Racism

Causes, Manifestations, and Solutions

Published in association with and edited by The Evens Foundation

256 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-57181-332-9 $120.00/£85.00 Hb Published (June 2002)

ISBN  978-1-57181-333-6 $34.95/£24.00 Pb Published (June 2002)

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Europe has seen a tremendous rise in popularity of new rightist political parties in the last two decades or so, claiming cultural supremacy of the so-called native Europeans over foreign immigrants. In this volume, European scholars from Russian to Britain have come together to examine the media and social and legal policies in an effort to determine the causes of this resurgence of rightist and anti-democratic ideologies. They furthermore suggest actions that might help combat racism more effectively.

The Evens Foundation is a recent, non-profit organization whose aims are to promote peaceful co-existence, intercultural education, and the integration of Europe. The foundation is based in Antwerp, Belgium.

Series: Volume 1, Culture and Politics/Politics and Culture
Subject: Peace & Conflict Studies Sociology Urban Studies
Area: Europe

LC: D1056 .E966 2002

BL: YC.2002.a.13882

BISAC: SOC031000 SOCIAL SCIENCE/Discrimination & Race Relations; SOC026030 SOCIAL SCIENCE/Sociology/Urban

BIC: JFFJ Social discrimination & inequality; JFSG Urban communities



Chapter 1. Developments in Theories of Racism
Nora Räthzel

Chapter 2. Understanding Institutional Racism
Marc Verlot

Chapter 3. Hate Speech, Violence and Contemporary Racisms
John Solomos and Liza Schuster

Chapter 4. The Role of International Law
Natan Lerner

Chapter 5. Racism and Poverty in a Human Rights Perspective
Bas de Gaay Fortman

Chapter 6. Does a Supranational Europe Stimulate and/or Combat Racism
Robert Maier


Chapter 7. Refugee and Asylum Policy Influenced by Europeanisation
Gudrun Hentges

Chapter 8. Ethnic Relations in Local Contexts: beyond a dualist approach to identities and racism
Maykel Verkuyten

Chapter 9. Economic Globalisation and Racism in Eastern and Western Europe
Béla Greskovits


Chapter 10. The Role and Forms of Education
Giovanna Campani

Chapter 11. Racism, Devolution and Education in the European Union
Jagdish S. Gundara

Chapter 12. What Interculturalism could bring a Solution to Racism?
Rik Pinxten and Marijke Cornelis

Notes on Contributors

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