Ethnicity in a Technological Age
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Twelve path-breaking essays define the territory for a Canadian social philosophy of ethnicity. They address the major issues of immigration, discrimination, consumerism, government policy, ethics, gender, media, and political strategy. From a variety of perspectives, the authors enter a dialogue that illuminates the central role of ethnicity in Canadian society. This book lays the groundwork for an independent political philosophy of ethnicity that can confront economic and state pressures. Contributors include Myrna Kostash, Leslie Armour, Roman Onufrijchuk, John O’Neill, Alkis Kontos, José Huertas-Jourda, Manoly R. Lupul, Ato Sekyi-Otu, and others. See Ukrainians and Alberta in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine.
|Dimensions||22.5 × 15 × 1.5 cm|