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Black Families in Britain as the Site of Struggle



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This edited book provides a valuable, unique and scholarly contribution to the study of Black families (African and African Caribbean) in the UK. It combines a systematic yet clear-headed approach with up-to-date and well-researched data to support its many stimulating assertions. All fifteen contributors (including academics, arts practitioners and community activists) are of African or African Caribbean descent and approach their subject matter with a dedicated 'hands-on' feel. Their committed approach is supported by empirical research and comprehensive review of the literature. With chapters on social policy, education, music, sports, social exclusion, racism, religion and spirituality, this book will become the essential text about UK families of African/Caribbean descent for higher education students, professionals, practitioners and the general reader. It will also appeal to professional organisations working with Black individuals and families. -- .

Author Biography

Dr Bertha M. N. Ochieng is Senior Lecturer at the School of Health Studies, University of Bradford. Dr Carl Hylton is a Lecturer in Ethnic Relations, Exclusion and Ethnicity at Leeds Metropolitan University and former Project Director of Leeds Bi-Centenary Transformation Project.
Release date Australia
May 3rd, 2010
Edited by Bertha Ochieng Edited by Carl Hylton
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations, black & white|Tables
Manchester University Press
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