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Understanding Difference brings together wide-ranging evidence to gain a better understanding of ethnicity for young people. Many aspects of young ethnic people's lives are examined: who they are, the meaning of their own ethnicity, their home circumstances, health, education and welfare, and their experiences of racist behaviour.
This book will be of interest to researchers, service providers and policy-makers as well as anyone else with a personal or professional concern for Britain's young multicultural population.
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