Decoding Discrimination

Decoding Discrimination


Mark Bendall & Brian Howman (Editors) Decoding Discrimination

Papers from a conference organised for undergraduates at University College Chester, November 2002. The papers explore the nature of discrimination in a variety of different contexts. Topics covered include religion and belief in relation to ethnicity, the portrayal of old age by the media, gender in post-industrial Britain, stigma in health care settings, social class in contemporary Britain, disability and alternative lifestyle.

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