4 edition of Ethnicity in the Caribbean found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Gert Oostindie.|
|Series||Warwick University Caribbean studies|
|Contributions||Oostindie, Gert., Hoetink, H.|
|LC Classifications||F2190 .E869 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 239 p. :|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||97130236|
The author examines the linguistic roots of social difference, as embodied in and represented by the terms race and ethnicity. His primary interest is the Caribbean region—the site of Europe's first post-Columbian colonies, where ethnic and physical differences figured prominently in . The Government Statistical Service’s (GSS) harmonised principles for ethnicity recommends that the 18 official ethnic groups are used whenever government carries out social surveys or collects administrative data. A single, standardised list makes it easier to analyse ethnicity data wherever it is collected.
This book examines how the meanings and values of race and ethnicity have been constructed historically and how they are represented symbolically, with particular focus on the Caribbean. Get A Copy Kindle Store $/5(1). Terminology. A glossary published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health with the intention of stimulating debate about the development of better and more internationally applicable terms to describe ethnicity and race, suggests a definition of Afro-Caribbean/African Caribbean as, "A person of African ancestral origins whose family settled in the Caribbean before emigrating and.
Lessons from the Caribbean on race, class and social change. issue of the CUSLAR Newsletter is an attempt to zoom out from the ongoing crisis in our country to consider how the Caribbean might offer lessons for the next stage of work for social change, wherever we . Ethnicity definition, an ethnic group; a social group that shares a common and distinctive culture, religion, language, or the like: Representatives of several ethnicities were present. See more.
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Encompassing Caribbean identity, for in enlarging the ambit of one’s interaction beyond the village or town one is quite likely to encounter Caribbean ‘brothers’ and ‘sisters’ whom one will instantly disown.
It is in part because of this reason that Benedict Anderson titled his renowned book on ethnicity Imagined Communities. Argued File Size: KB. Identity, ethnicity, and the Caribbean homeland in an era of globalization Ralph R.
Premdas* Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies, UWI-St. Augustine, Trinidad (Received 17 May ; ﬁnal version received 25 February ) The paper looks at Caribbean territorial identity at the crossroads of the new forces of Size: KB.
"Afro-Caribbean Immigrants and the Politics of Incorporation makes important conceptual advances in the study of immigrant politics. It is a very strong and convincing critique of the pluralist and minority group models. Rogers provides a dynamic and context-contingent notion of political incorporation that emphasizes the process of political Cited by: "With a lively interplay of theory and ethnography, Producing Power reaches the high watermark of Caribbean studies.
Anthropologists and social scientists hungry for texts that contextualize ethnicity will find in Yelvington's work the keen insight and sensitivity necessary to document the ways ethnicity, gender, and class are defined and revised in relation to one another as they influence 5/5(1).
ume, Ethnicity in the Caribbean, on the occasion of Hoetink’s retirement from Utrecht Uni-versity. The book aimed to be more ambitious than an ordinary Festschrift.
Judging by its subsequent acclaim, the book came at least close to meeting that objective. Its success,Cited by: The authors are proud sponsors of the SAGE Keith Roberts Teaching Innovations Award —enabling graduate students and early career faculty to attend the annual ASA pre-conference teaching and learning workshop.
Known for its clear and engaging writing, the bestselling Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Class has been thoroughly updated to be fresher, more relevant, and more accessible to. The ten prominent scholars contributing to this book focus on the significance of ethnicity for social structure and national identity in the Caribbean.
Their essays span a period from the initial European colonization right through today's paradoxical balance sheet of decolonization. Get this from a library. Identity, ethnicity and culture in the Caribbean. [Ralph R Premdas; University of the West Indies (Saint Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago).
School of Continuing Studies.;] -- "This volume pulls together an interesting collection of essays on culture, ethnicity and identity. Some contributors have focused on calypso, popular music, and carnival as sites of inter- ethnic. Ethnicity in the Caribbean by Gert Oostindie,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Ethnicity and Identity in the Caribbean: Decentering a Myth book on ethnicity Imagined Communities. Argued Anderson: “It [ethnic or communal identity] is Race and Ethnicity in the Author: Ralph Premdas. The Caribbean is a broad geographical area, filled with people of many ethnicities.
In this lesson, we are going to learn about ethnicity in the Caribbean and see how it impacts the identities of. Ethnicity, race and nationality in the Caribbean. San Juan, P.R.: Institute of Caribbean Studies, University of Puerto Rico, (OCoLC) Online version: Ethnicity, race and nationality in the Caribbean.
San Juan, P.R.: Institute of Caribbean Studies, University of Puerto Rico, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Narrative, Race, and Ethnicity in the United States, edited by James J. Donahue, Jennifer Ho, and Shaun Morgan, is the first book-length volume of essays devoted to studying the intersection of race/ethnicity and narrative chapter offers a sustained engagement with narrative theory and critical race theory as applied to ethnic American literature, exploring the interpretive.
Are you looking for books featuring characters of Caribbean ethnicity. Check out our collection of multicultural children's books (present). Then, search our website to find more titles of interest. Pages in category "Ethnic groups in the Caribbean" The following 27 pages are in this category, out of 27 total.
This list may not reflect recent changes (). The Construction and Representation of Race and Ethnicity in the Caribbean, academic book This book highlights and explains the different ideas and identities of race, ethnicity, nationalism, and social status that are expressed in Martinique.
“For Water, Food, Tables, and Health”. Caribbeane are the people born in or inhabitants Caribbean region or people of Caribbean descent living outside the Caribbean.
The Caribbean region was initially populated by Amerindians from several different Kalinago and Taino groups. These groups were decimated by a combination of slavery and disease brought by European dants of the Taino and Kalinago tribes exist today in.
Read this book on Questia. Construction and Representation of Race and Ethnicity in the Caribbean and the World by Mervyn C. Alleyne, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Construction and Representation of Race and Ethnicity in the Caribbean and the World ().
: Identity, Ethnicity and Culture in the Caribbean: Cover has sticker residue on rear, edge wear, creases, minor scratches, minor scuffs, small bent/rubbed cover/page corners, rubbed spine. No writing. Very : $ Ethnicity- A Global Perspective.
Society is a collection of interacting groups. Each has its own interest however different. Indeed, groups emerge the better to achieve security and the pursuit of its interest however interpreted. In recent years, Caribbeanists of different academic specialization and intellectual orientation have demonstrated a renewed interest in the unholy trinity of race, class and ethnic matters.
the renewed interest has reflected a continued, but rather an unsystematic attempt to account for the social characteristics of race, ethnicity, gender and class among Caribbean people, both at home and.The Construction and Representation of Race and Ethnicity in the Caribbean and the World by Mervyn C.
Alleyne A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name.ethnicity definition: 1. a particular race of people, or the fact of being from a particular race of people: 2. a. Learn more.