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On SAGE Insight: Does multiculturalism matter?

Article title: Immigration and support for redistributive social policy: Does multiculturalism matter? From International Journal of Comparative Sociology Fears over immigration are starkly reflected in contemporary political discourse and stand center stage in the recent ‘Brexit’ vote and the US … Continue reading

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Thatcher’s legacy on ‘race’

UK: ‘May we bring harmony’? Thatcher’s legacy on ‘race’ From Race & Class The legacy of Margaret Thatcher, one of the most controversial prime ministers of the twentieth century, can be found today in the way that nativism has become … Continue reading

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Male Genital Mutilation: Beyond the tolerable?

From Ethnicities This article aims to show that, if Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) warrants the serious attention of policy-makers, then so too, despite quantitative differences, does Male Genital Mutilation (MGM). FGM is viewed by many as marking the boundary of … Continue reading

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