Race, Place and Globalization
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From white nationalist skinheads to multicultural urban youths, young people are finding new ways of engaging with questions of race and ethnicity.
How are migration, settlement, and new urban cultures shaping young lives? What role has globalization played in these dynamics, and why do people want to disguise their whiteness? Is whiteness being displaced by "black" culture¿in fashion, music and slang¿and if so, what impact has this had on racial differences?
This is the first book to look specifically at international race debates relating to youth, place, and global change. It sheds new light on what it means to be young in an age of instability.
Anoop Nayak is Lecturer in Social and Cultural Geography, University of Newcastle upon Tyne.
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