Local, National, and International Policies, and the Promotion of Ethnic and Racial Inclusion: Problematizing Systemic and Persistent Social and Economic Inequalities

Friday, July 18, 2014: 3:30 PM-5:20 PM
Room: F203
RC05 Racism, Nationalism and Ethnic Relations (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Lori WILKINSON, University of Manitoba, Canada and Evangelia TASTSOGLOU, Saint Mary´s University, Canada
Lori WILKINSON, University of Manitoba, Canada
(De)Racializing Identity Work in the Context of Diversity Policies (Oral Presentation)
Isabel COLLIEN, PhD student, Germany

A Comparative Analysis of Minority Concepts in Europe, the United States, and East Asia (Oral Presentation)
Akiko IWAMA, Rikkyo University, Japan; Hyo-Chong YU, Wako University, Japan

The End(s) of Diversity. the Struggle Between Nationalism and the Hyperdiverse City (Oral Presentation)
Arne SAEYS, University of Antwerp, Belgium; Nicolas VAN PUYMBROECK, University of Antwerp (Belgium), Belgium

Discourse of the Integration of Society in Latvian Sociology (Oral Presentation)
Vladislavs VOLKOVS, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Latvia, Latvia

Integracism At Work. The Case Of Germany (Oral Presentation)
Joana VASSILOPOULOU, University of Sussex, United Kingdom

Comparing Inequality of Educational Achievement in Australia, Britain and South Africa (Oral Presentation)
Margot FORD, University of Newcastle, Australia

The Dimensionality Of Immigrant Adaptation In Britain: An Analysis Across Generational, Ethnic, and Gender Lines (Oral Presentation)
Laurence LESSARD-PHILLIPS, University of Manchester, United Kingdom