`This is a comprehensive text that is extremely well written by top social psychologists, with all of the major theoretical perspectives represented. The editors should be commended for putting together this lively and engaging text' - Nyla Branscombe Department of Psychology, University of Kansas A range of international events have recently focused attention on issues of prejudice, racism and social conflict: increasing tensions in former Eastern bloc countries, political conflict in Northern Ireland and the United States, as well as racial conflict in the Baltic States, Middle East, Africa, and Australasia. In light of these events, Understanding Prejudice, Racism and Social Conflict presents a timely and important update to the literature, and will a fascinating textbook for all students who need to study the subject.

‘How to do X without Doing Y’: Accomplishing Discrimination without ‘Being Racist’ – ‘Doing Equity’

‘How to do X without Doing Y’: Accomplishing Discrimination without ‘Being Racist’ – ‘Doing Equity’

‘How to do x without doing y’: Accomplishing discrimination without ‘being racist’ – ‘doing equity’

Race and Racism in Twentieth-Century Political Rhetoric

Work consisted once of plundering travelling caravans, and today it consists of plundering indebted farmers, industrialists, middle-class people, etc. The forms did change, all right, but the principle remained the same. We do not call it work, but robbery.

Adolf Hitler, ‘Warum sind wir Antisemitismus’, Speech delivered in Munich, August 13th, 1920. (reproduced in Goldhagen, 1996: 281)

In his 1920 address Why are we Antisemites, the then obscure political agitator, Adolf Hitler, devoted his entire speech to a discussion of the danger to the German Volk represented by the Jews – a ...

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