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Religion tends to flourish when technological developments create new possibilities for communication and representation, and simultaneously change as a consequence of these developments. This book explores intersections between religion and technology in India, at the present and in the colonial past, and how various forms of techno-religious intersections transform and ...
Religion and Technology in India: Spaces, Practices and Authorities
Religion tends to flourish when technological developments create new possibilities for communication and representation, and simultaneously change as a consequence of these developments. This book explores intersections between religion and technology in India, at the present and in the colonial past, and how various forms of techno-religious intersections transform and open up for new religious practices, discourses, communities, and institutions. With focus on Indian contexts and religions, it discusses various empirical and theoretical aspects of how technological innovations create, alter, and negotiate religious spaces, practices and authorities. The book provides rich and multifaceted empirical examples of different ways in which technological practices relate to meanings, ideas, and practices of religions. The techno-religious intersections generate several questions about authority and power, the politics and poetics of identity, community and place, and how religious agency, information, and experience are mediated, commodified, and adjusted to new demands of societies. The chapters explore the Hindu, Jain, and Sikh traditions in relation to new technological developments and media, such as photography, new means of visualization, TV serials, mobile phones, and online communication. The book will be of interest to academics studying modern and contemporary India and South Asia, and especially the role of religion and technology.
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Religion and Technology in India: Spaces, Practices and Authorities

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This book critically engages with the contemporary breakdown of trust between Muslim and non-Muslim communities in the West. It argues that a crisis of trust currently hampers intercultural relations and obstructs full participation in citizenship and civil society for those who fall prey to the suspicions of the state and ...
Muslims, Trust and Multiculturalism: New Directions
This book critically engages with the contemporary breakdown of trust between Muslim and non-Muslim communities in the West. It argues that a crisis of trust currently hampers intercultural relations and obstructs full participation in citizenship and civil society for those who fall prey to the suspicions of the state and their fellow citizens. This crisis of trust presents a challenge to the plurality of modern societies where religious identities have come to demand an equal recognition and political accommodation which is not consistently awarded across Europe, especially in nations which view themselves as secular, or where Islamic culture is seen as alien. This volume of interdisciplinary essays by leading scholars explores the theme of trust and multiculturalism across a range of perspectives, employing insights from political science, sociology, literature, ethnography and cultural studies. It provides an urgent critical response to the challenging contexts of multiculturalism for Muslims in both Europe and the USA. Taken together, the contributions suggest that the institutionalisation of multiculturalism as a state-led vehicle for tolerance and integration requires a certain type of trustworthy `performance' from minority groups, particularly Muslims. Even when this performance is forthcoming, existing discourses of integration and underlying patterns of mistrust can contribute to Muslim alienation on the one hand, and rising Islamophobia on the other.
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Muslims, Trust and Multiculturalism: New Directions

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This book deals with the social exclusion of Romanies (`Gypsies') in Italy. Based on interviews with Romani individuals, institutional and Civil Society Organisations' (CSOs) representatives, participant observation and a broad range of secondary sources, the volume focuses on the conditions of those living in Rome's urban slums and on the ...
The `Camps System' in Italy: Corruption, Inefficiencies and Practices of Resistance
This book deals with the social exclusion of Romanies (`Gypsies') in Italy. Based on interviews with Romani individuals, institutional and Civil Society Organisations' (CSOs) representatives, participant observation and a broad range of secondary sources, the volume focuses on the conditions of those living in Rome's urban slums and on the recent implementation of the so-called `Emergenza Nomadi' (Nomad Emergency). The enactment of this extraordinary measure concealed the existence of a long-established institutional tradition of racism and control directed at Romanies. It was not the result of a sudden, unexpected situation which required an immediate action, as the declaration of an `emergency' might imply, but rather of a precise government strategy. By providing an investigation into the interactions between Romanies, local institutions and CSOs, this book will deliver a new perspective on the Romani issue by arguing that the `camp' is not only a tool for institutional control and segregation, but also for `resistance', as well as a huge business in which everyone plays their part.
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The `Camps System' in Italy: Corruption, Inefficiencies and Practices of Resistance

by Riccardo Armillei
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This book explores the overlooked history of racial mixing in Britain during the course of the twentieth century, a period in which there was considerable and influential public debate on the meanings and implications of intimately crossing racial boundaries. Based on research that formed the foundations of the British television ...
Mixed Race Britain in The Twentieth Century
This book explores the overlooked history of racial mixing in Britain during the course of the twentieth century, a period in which there was considerable and influential public debate on the meanings and implications of intimately crossing racial boundaries. Based on research that formed the foundations of the British television series Mixed Britannia, the authors draw on a range of firsthand accounts and archival material to compare `official' accounts of racial mixing and mixedness with those told by mixed race people, couples and families themselves. Mixed Race Britain in The Twentieth Century shows that alongside the more familiarly recognised experiences of social bigotry and racial prejudice there can also be glimpsed constant threads of tolerance, acceptance, inclusion and `ordinariness'. It presents a more complex and multifaceted history of mixed race Britain than is typically assumed, one that adds to the growing picture of the longstanding diversity and difference that is, and always has been, an ordinary and everyday feature of British life.
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145.950000 USD

Mixed Race Britain in The Twentieth Century

by Peter J. Aspinall, Chamion Caballero
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Providing an expansive view of the making and meaning of African American conservatism, this volume examines the phenomenon in four spheres: the political realm, the academic world, the black church, and grass-roots activism movements. In his analysis of their activities in these realms, Louis Prisock examines the challenges African American ...
African Americans in Conservative Movements: The Inescapability of Race
Providing an expansive view of the making and meaning of African American conservatism, this volume examines the phenomenon in four spheres: the political realm, the academic world, the black church, and grass-roots activism movements. In his analysis of their activities in these realms, Louis Prisock examines the challenges African American conservatives face as they operate within the context of (largely white) conservatism. At the same time that African American conservatives challenge the white conservative movement's principle of color blindness, they are accused of being racial mascots, or tokens from those outside of it. Prisock unwinds the intricacies of black conservatives' relationships to both the wider conservative movement and the everyday life experiences of black Americans, showing that they are as vulnerable to the inescability of race as any other individual in a racialized America.
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African Americans in Conservative Movements: The Inescapability of Race

by Louis G. Prisock
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China's economic and military rise dominates discussions of the world's most populous country. Resilient authoritarian government is credited with great successes, but this book expands the discourse to include governance by village heads - who often ignored central politicians. Chinese reforms for prosperity started circa 1970 under rural and suburban ...
Rural Roots of Reform Before China's Conservative Change
China's economic and military rise dominates discussions of the world's most populous country. Resilient authoritarian government is credited with great successes, but this book expands the discourse to include governance by village heads - who often ignored central politicians. Chinese reforms for prosperity started circa 1970 under rural and suburban leaders. They could act autonomously then because of unexpected political and technological opportunities. Their localization of power eroded socialist controls. Since 1990, central leaders have tried to reverse reforms made by resilient local bosses. New findings, especially from the Yangzi delta around Shanghai, challenge the top-down approach to thinking about governance. As Deng Xiaoping admitted, the nation's spurt of prosperity began in local communities rather than Beijing. Reforms for triple-cropping and rural industrialization started long before Mao's death (not in 1978, the date most writers cite). Country factories competed with state industries for materials and markets. Shortages by the 1980s led to inflation, government deficits, unofficial credit, unenforceable planning, illegal migrations, then international exports - and severe political tensions. After 1990, Party leaders sought policies to build a Leninist regime that is mostly post-socialist. These reactionary changes have lasted into the era of Xi Jinping. China's reforms and subsequent changes can be understood as results of unintended situations not just ideas, and local not just central politics. This book will interest students and scholars of Chinese, as well as any readers who wonder about comparative development.
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Rural Roots of Reform Before China's Conservative Change

by Lynn T. White III
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On April 4, 1967, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered the anti-war speech, Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence, in New York City at the Riverside Church. At the time, the United States framed its intervention in Vietnam as a mechanism to protect democracy worldwide. While this supposed defense ...
Education at War: The Fight for Students of Color in America's Public Schools
On April 4, 1967, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered the anti-war speech, Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence, in New York City at the Riverside Church. At the time, the United States framed its intervention in Vietnam as a mechanism to protect democracy worldwide. While this supposed defense of democracy raged on thousands of miles away, social protests for racial equity, political representation, and an economic livelihood for its most disenfranchised communities spread across the United States. Highlighting this contradiction in his anti-war speech, King presented his doubts regarding the government's ability to eliminate the materialism, militarism, and racism that built the nation, a plight that continues today. Written from the perspectives of education practitioners and scholars who have personal histories with global war via (settler) colonialism, immigration, and subsequent disenfranchisement in the United States, Education at War addresses the vestiges of war that shape the lives of youth of color. This thought-provoking collection of essays reveals how the contemporary specter of war has become a central way that racism and materialism are manifested and practiced within education. Education at War asserts that the contemporary neoliberal characterization of education and school-based reform is situated within the global political economy that has facilitated growth in the prison and military industrial complex, and simultaneous divestment from education domestically. Essays examine anti-war projects across the K-20 education continuum with chapters from educators who are from and/or work directly with the communities often pathologized in damage-centered educational discourse. The authors do not just frame the conditions faced by our communities as state-mediated but also as collectively resisted. They place war, surveillance, and carcerality at the center of critical race analysis in education. Each of the chapters include a pedagogical component, including lessons and comments for educators and youth workers. In cultivating this text, the editors have contributed to building a community of educators, activists, teachers, and scholars who collectively explore how resistance can produce the opportunity for rich, diverse, and transformative learning for marginalized students and communities. Contributors: Suzie M. Abajian, Yousef K. Baker, Dolores Calderon, Edward R. Curammeng, Chandni Desai, Maryam S. Griffin, Heather L. Horsley, David Stovall, Clayton Pierce, Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales, Sepehr Vakil, Shirin Vossoughi,, Connie Wun, Miguel Zavala
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Education at War: The Fight for Students of Color in America's Public Schools

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The 'Albanian question' remains one of the major unresolved questions in south-eastern Europe, with the potential to disrupt the region, with grave consequences for the international community. The exodus of refugees from Kosovo into Albania in the late 1990s - and Kosovo's subsequent declaration of independence in February 2008 - ...
The Birth of Albania: Ethnic Nationalism, the Great Powers of World War I and the Emergence of Albanian Independence
The 'Albanian question' remains one of the major unresolved questions in south-eastern Europe, with the potential to disrupt the region, with grave consequences for the international community. The exodus of refugees from Kosovo into Albania in the late 1990s - and Kosovo's subsequent declaration of independence in February 2008 - rejuvenated interest in Albania and Kosovo and their place in the Balkans and Yet despite growing interest in the region's recent history, until now Albania's period of independence around World War I has been largely neglected.The Birth of Albania explores how an independent Albania first came into existence in the early twentieth century, following the collapse of the Ottoman Empire. Nicola Guy explains how and why Albanian independence was finally achieved, in the context of the prevailing contemporary ideas of ethnicity and national identity, elaborated most famously by President Woodrow Wilson as 'national self-determination'. The Birth of Albania is the definitive account of this period and an essential contribution to our understanding of an important but often overlooked part of the world.
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The Birth of Albania: Ethnic Nationalism, the Great Powers of World War I and the Emergence of Albanian Independence

by Nicola Guy
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Why does Islamophobia dominate public debate in France? Islamophobia in France is rising, with Muslims subjected to unprecedented scrutiny of what they wear, eat and say. Championed by Marine Le Pen and drawing on the French colonial legacy, France's 'new secularism' gives racism a respectable veneer. Jim Wolfreys exposes the ...
Republic of Islamophobia: The Rise of Respectable Racism in France
Why does Islamophobia dominate public debate in France? Islamophobia in France is rising, with Muslims subjected to unprecedented scrutiny of what they wear, eat and say. Championed by Marine Le Pen and drawing on the French colonial legacy, France's 'new secularism' gives racism a respectable veneer. Jim Wolfreys exposes the dynamic driving this intolerance: a society polarised by inequality, and the authoritarian neoliberalism of the French political mainstream. This officially sanctioned Islamophobia risks going unchallenged. It has divided the traditional anti-racist movement and undermined the left's opposition to bigotry. Wolfreys deftly unravels the problems facing those trying to confront today's rise in racism. Republic of Islamophobia illuminates both the uniqueness of France's anti-Muslim backlash and its broader implications for the West.
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Republic of Islamophobia: The Rise of Respectable Racism in France

by Jim Wolfreys
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Afua Hirsch is British. Her parents are British. She was raised, educated and socialised in Britain. Her partner, daughter, sister, and the vast majority of her friends are British. So why is her identity and sense of belonging a subject of debate? The reason is simply because of the colour ...
Brit(Ish): Why We Need to Talk About Race
Afua Hirsch is British. Her parents are British. She was raised, educated and socialised in Britain. Her partner, daughter, sister, and the vast majority of her friends are British. So why is her identity and sense of belonging a subject of debate? The reason is simply because of the colour of her skin. Blending history, memoir and individual experiences, Afua Hirsch reveals the identity crisis at the heart of Britain today. Far from affecting only minority people, Britain is a nation in denial about its past and its present. We believe we are the nation of abolition, but forget we are the nation of slavery. We sit proudly at the apex of the Commonwealth, but we flinch from the legacy of the Empire. We are convinced that fairness is one of our values, but that immigration is one of our problems. Brit(ish) is the story of how and why this came to be, and an urgent call for change.
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Brit(Ish): Why We Need to Talk About Race

by Afua Hirsch
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Building on the success of the first edition, Ethics for the Public Service Professional, 2e will be a single-source reference for the topic of ethics and ethical decision making as it relates to government service, and service within the areas of homeland security and emergency services at the local, county, ...
Ethics for the Public Service Professional
Building on the success of the first edition, Ethics for the Public Service Professional, 2e will be a single-source reference for the topic of ethics and ethical decision making as it relates to government service, and service within the areas of homeland security and emergency services at the local, county, state, and federal levels. This text will discuss the challenges faced by today's public service professionals and administrators with regards to incorporating ethics within daily decisions, discretion, and duties. This in-depth reference will help to eliminate the warped impressions created by modern dramas as to what is ethical and what is discretionary within the confines of a public servant's job. The text will involve a thorough examination of the history of ethics, codes and legislation relating to public service. This text will be essential for the foundational development and explanation of protocols used within a successful organization for those persons new to the realm of emergency services and will serve as a reference for those already involved within the field.
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114.30 USD

Ethics for the Public Service Professional

by Randy Taylor, Aric W. Dutelle
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The term 'circulatory transnational migration' best describes the unconventional migratory route of many contemporary Chinese migrants - that is an unfinished set of circulatory movements that these migrants engage in between the homeland and various host countries. 'Return migration', 'step migration' to a third destination and the 'astronauting' strategy are ...
Chinese Transnational Migration in the Age of Global Modernity: The Case of Oceania
The term 'circulatory transnational migration' best describes the unconventional migratory route of many contemporary Chinese migrants - that is an unfinished set of circulatory movements that these migrants engage in between the homeland and various host countries. 'Return migration', 'step migration' to a third destination and the 'astronauting' strategy are all included within this circulatory migration movement wherein 'returning' to the country of origin does not always mean to settle back to the homeland permanently; while 'step migration' also does not necessarily mean to re-migrate to a third destination country for a permanent purpose. Liu takes a longitudinal perspective to study Chinese migrants' transnational movements and looks at their transnational migratory movements as a progressive and dynamic process, using New Zealand as a primary case study. She examines Chinese migrants' initial motives for immigrating to New Zealand; the driving forces behind their adoption of a transnational lifestyle which includes leaving New Zealand to return to China, moving to a third country - typically Australia - or commuting across borders; family-related considerations; inter-generational dynamics in transnational migration; as well as their future movement intentions. Liu also discusses Chinese migrants' conceptualisation of 'home', citizenship, identity, and sense of belonging to provide a deeper understanding of their transnational migratory experiences.
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Chinese Transnational Migration in the Age of Global Modernity: The Case of Oceania

by Liangni Liu
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This new textbook focuses on Japan's foreign relations in Asia over the last 20 years, a period in which there have been dramatic developments including the reinterpretation of the Constitution, expanded US-Japan defense cooperation and passage of legislation in 2015 that eases constitutional constraints on its' military forces. The rapid ...
Japan's Foreign Relations in Asia
This new textbook focuses on Japan's foreign relations in Asia over the last 20 years, a period in which there have been dramatic developments including the reinterpretation of the Constitution, expanded US-Japan defense cooperation and passage of legislation in 2015 that eases constitutional constraints on its' military forces. The rapid rise of China and its apparent hegemonic ambitions in Asia challenges the regional status quo and has greatly influenced not only bilateral relations with Japan, but also stoked regional tensions and anxieties. The geopolitical dynamics and implications of these new developments are profound and underscore the need for a new text on this subject - this book fills that gap. Covering not only the key regional players of China and the Koreas, this textbook also encompasses chapters on Japan's relations with India, Myanmar, Indonesia, Vietnam, the Philippines and Thailand along with its multilateral engagement and initiatives. Combined with transnational chapters on critical thematic issues, this new textbook, with is accessible style and jargon-free analysis, provides a resource that will be both accessible to students and provide them with a deep understanding of Japan's contemporary relations in Asia. Japan's Foreign Relations in Asia will appeal to undergraduate and postgraduate students of Japanese politics, international relations, foreign policy, government and Asian affairs.
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Japan's Foreign Relations in Asia

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Indian Muslims form the largest ethnic minority within Singapore's otherwise largely Malay Muslim community. Despite its size and historic importance, however, Singaporean Indian Muslims have received little attention by scholarship and have also felt side-lined by Singapore's Malay-dominated Muslim institutions. Since the 1980s, demands for a better representation of Indian ...
Race, Religion, and the 'Indian Muslim' Predicament in Singapore
Indian Muslims form the largest ethnic minority within Singapore's otherwise largely Malay Muslim community. Despite its size and historic importance, however, Singaporean Indian Muslims have received little attention by scholarship and have also felt side-lined by Singapore's Malay-dominated Muslim institutions. Since the 1980s, demands for a better representation of Indian Muslims and access to religious services have intensified, while there has been a concomitant debate over who has the right to speak for Indian Muslims. This book traces the negotiations and contestations over Indian Muslim difference in Singapore and examines the conditions that have given rise to these debates. Despite considerable differences existing within the putative Indian Muslim community, the way this community is imagined is surprisingly uniform. Through discussions of the importance of ethnic difference for social and religious divisions among Singaporean Indian Muslims, the role of 'culture' and 'race' in debates about popular religion, the invocation of language and history in negotiations with the wider Malay-Muslim context, and the institutional setting in which contestations of Indian Muslim difference take place, this book argues that these debates emerge from the structural tensions resulting from the intersection of race and religion in the public organization of Islam in Singapore.
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Race, Religion, and the 'Indian Muslim' Predicament in Singapore

by Torsten Tschacher
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Disabled Bodies in Early Modern Spanish Literature: Prostitutes, Aging Women and Saints examines the concepts and role of women in selected Spanish discourses and literary texts from the late fifteenth to seventeenth centuries from the perspective of feminist disability theories. This study explores a wide range of Spanish medical, regulatory ...
Disabled Bodies in Early Modern Spanish Literature: Prostitutes, Aging Women and Saints
Disabled Bodies in Early Modern Spanish Literature: Prostitutes, Aging Women and Saints examines the concepts and role of women in selected Spanish discourses and literary texts from the late fifteenth to seventeenth centuries from the perspective of feminist disability theories. This study explores a wide range of Spanish medical, regulatory and moral discourses, illustrating how such texts inherit, reproduce and propagate an amalgam of Western traditional concepts of female embodiment. It goes on to examine concrete representations of deviant female characters, focusing on the figures of syphilitic prostitutes and physically decayed aged women in literary texts such as Celestina, Lozana andaluza and selected works by Cervantes and Quevedo. Finally, an analysis of the personal testimony of Teresa de Avila, a nun suffering neurological disorders, complements the discussion of early modern women's disability. By expanding the meanings of contemporary theories of materiality and the social construction of disability, the book concludes that paradoxically, femininity, bodily afflictions, and mental instability characterized the new literary heroes at the very time Spain was at the apex of its imperial power. Ultimately, as this study shows, the broken female bodies of pre-industrial Spanish literature reveal the cracks in the foundational principles of power and established truths.
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Disabled Bodies in Early Modern Spanish Literature: Prostitutes, Aging Women and Saints

by Encarnacion Juarez Almendros
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The Beatles' engagement with Japan, especially their 1966 tour, highlights a great deal about Japan's postwar cultural development and Japan's deepening relationship with the West. Up to the 1960s Japan's reconstruction phase was not fully completed, its economic miracle and the associated high level of self-confidence were not yet in ...
The Beatles in Japan
The Beatles' engagement with Japan, especially their 1966 tour, highlights a great deal about Japan's postwar cultural development and Japan's deepening relationship with the West. Up to the 1960s Japan's reconstruction phase was not fully completed, its economic miracle and the associated high level of self-confidence were not yet in place, and Japan was not yet considered a fully-fledged partner of the West. All these potential developments were there in embryo in the mid-1960s, and were consolidated around the time of the 1966 tour. The tour contributed to the construction of a new Japanese national identity, demonstrated the possibilities of Japan as a potential new kind of market to UK and US producers, and forged for Japan increasing transnational cultural links. This book explores these interesting and important issues. It describes the Beatles' 1966 tour and its huge impact, both the euphoria and the adverse reactions, discusses the impact of the tour on Japanese culture and identity, and outlines the Beatles' subsequent contacts with Japan, including John Lennon's marriage and artistic partnership with Yoko Ono, and Paul McCartney's later tours and warm reception in Japan.
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The Beatles in Japan

by Carolyn Stevens
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While focused on serving children and families, the adoption industry must also generate sufficient revenue to cover an agency's operating costs. With its fee-for-service model, Elizabeth Raleigh asks, How does private adoption operate as a marketplace? Her eye-opening book, Selling Transracial Adoption, provides a fine-grained analysis of the business decisions ...
Selling Transracial Adoption: Families, Markets, and the Color Line
While focused on serving children and families, the adoption industry must also generate sufficient revenue to cover an agency's operating costs. With its fee-for-service model, Elizabeth Raleigh asks, How does private adoption operate as a marketplace? Her eye-opening book, Selling Transracial Adoption, provides a fine-grained analysis of the business decisions in the adoption industry and what it teaches us about notions of kinship and race. Adoption providers, Raleigh declares, are often tasked with pitching the idea of transracial adoption to their mostly white clientele. But not all children are equally desirable, and transracial adoption-a market calculation-is hardly colorblind. Selling Transracial Adoption explicitly focuses on adoption providers andemploys candid interviews with adoption workers, social workers, attorneys, and counselors, as well as observations from adoption conferences and information sessions, toillustrate how agencies institute a racial hierarchy-especially when the supply of young and healthy infants is on the decline. Ultimately, Raleigh discovers that the racialized practices in private adoption serve as a powerful reflection of race in America.
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Selling Transracial Adoption: Families, Markets, and the Color Line

by Elizabeth Raleigh
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The History of Esarhaddon: Son of Sennacherib King of Assyria, B. C. 681-668 (Classic Reprint)
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The History of Esarhaddon: Son of Sennacherib King of Assyria, B. C. 681-668 (Classic Reprint)

by Ernest A Budge
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The Myth of the Blood: The Genesis of Racialism
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22.580000 USD

The Myth of the Blood: The Genesis of Racialism

by Julius Evola
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Warm Water: A Collection of Memories
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14.690000 USD

Warm Water: A Collection of Memories

by T J Richards
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Czechs Won't Get Lost in the World, Let Alone in America: Czechs Won't Get Lost in the World, Let Alone in America
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34.640000 USD

Czechs Won't Get Lost in the World, Let Alone in America: Czechs Won't Get Lost in the World, Let Alone in America

by Jr Miloslav Rechcigl
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The Myth of the Blood: The Genesis of Racialism
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The Myth of the Blood: The Genesis of Racialism

by Julius Evola
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Re-Making Kozarac: Agency, Reconciliation and Contested Return in Post-War Bosnia
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115.490000 USD

Re-Making Kozarac: Agency, Reconciliation and Contested Return in Post-War Bosnia

by Sebina Sivac-Bryant
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Born in chains: The diary of an angry 'born-free'
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17.850000 USD

Born in chains: The diary of an angry 'born-free'

by Clinton Chauke
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Medieval Researches from Eastern Asiatic Sources, Vol. 1: Fragments Towards the Knowledge of the Geography and History of Central and Western Asia from the 13th to the 17th Century (Classic Reprint)
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14.250000 USD

Medieval Researches from Eastern Asiatic Sources, Vol. 1: Fragments Towards the Knowledge of the Geography and History of Central and Western Asia from the 13th to the 17th Century (Classic Reprint)

by E. Bretschneider
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Warm Water: A Collection of Memories
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28.340000 USD

Warm Water: A Collection of Memories

by T J Richards
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Czechs Won't Get Lost in the World, Let Alone in America: Portraits and Vignettes from the Life of Czech Immigrants in America
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46.190000 USD

Czechs Won't Get Lost in the World, Let Alone in America: Portraits and Vignettes from the Life of Czech Immigrants in America

by Jr Miloslav Rechcigl
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The land is ours: Black lawyers and the birth of constitutionalism in South Africa
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The land is ours: Black lawyers and the birth of constitutionalism in South Africa

by Tembeka Ngcukaitobi
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This book brings together leading international scholars and leading scholars from China's highly prestigious Development Research Centre of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, who all put forward their insights into the current challenges for the Chinese and the world economy. The book focuses on six topics: ...
China and the World Economy: Transition and Challenges
This book brings together leading international scholars and leading scholars from China's highly prestigious Development Research Centre of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, who all put forward their insights into the current challenges for the Chinese and the world economy. The book focuses on six topics: economic growth, trade, industry and services, innovation, finance, and environment and ecology, all of which are central to the sustainable economic growth of China and the world. Overall, the book provides balanced perspectives as well as rich empirical evidence from China and other parts of the world on the development and regulation of the Chinese and the world economy.
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196.22 USD

China and the World Economy: Transition and Challenges

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Anglo-Indians are a mixed-race, Christian and Anglophone minority community which arose in India during the long period of European colonialism. An often neglected part of the British 'Raj', their presence complicates the traditional binary through which British imperialism in South Asia is viewed - of ruler and ruled, coloniser and ...
Anglo-Indians and Minority Politics in South Asia: Race, Boundary Making and Communal Nationalism
Anglo-Indians are a mixed-race, Christian and Anglophone minority community which arose in India during the long period of European colonialism. An often neglected part of the British 'Raj', their presence complicates the traditional binary through which British imperialism in South Asia is viewed - of ruler and ruled, coloniser and colonised. This book looks at how Anglo-Indians illuminate the history of minority politics in the transition from British colonial rule in South Asia to independence. The book analyses how the provisions in the Indian Constitution relating to Anglo-Indian cultural, linguistic and religious autonomy were implemented in the years following 1950. It discusses how effective the measures designed to protect Anglo-Indian employment by the state and Anglo-Indian educational institutions under the pressures of Indian national politics were. Presenting an in-depth account of this minority community in South Asia, this book will be of interest to those studying South Asian History, Colonial History and South Asian Politics.
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Anglo-Indians and Minority Politics in South Asia: Race, Boundary Making and Communal Nationalism

by Uther Charlton-Stevens
Hardback
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