Table of contents for Researching race and racism / [edited by] Martin Bulmer and John Solomos.


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Acknowledgements
Notes on Contributors
Introduction: Researching Race and Racism
Martin Bulmer and John Solomos
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Contemporary Geopolitics and ëAlterityí Research
Chetan Bhatt
2
Extolling Eclecticism: Language, Psychoanalysis and Demographic Analysis in the Study of ëRaceí and Racism
Ann Phoenix
3
Researching Race and Racism: French Social Sciences and International Debates
Michel Wieviorka
4
The Study of Racist Events
Hern·n Vera and Joe R Feagin
5
Researching ëMixed Raceí Experience Under Slavery: Concepts, Methods and Data
Stephen Small
6
Three Rules I Go By in My Ethnographic Research on Race and Racism
Mitchell Duneier
7
On Unsteady Ground: Crafting and Engaging in the Critical Study of Whiteness
Ruth Frankenberg
8
Naming the Unnameable: Sense and Sensibilities in Researching Racism
Philomena Essed
9
Writing Race: Ethnography and the Imagination of ëThe Asian Gangí
Claire Alexander
10
Race, A Word Too Much? The French Dilemma
Sophie Body-Gendrot
11
A Life of Sad, But Justified, Choices: Interviewing Across (too) Many Divides
MichËle Lamont
12
Racial Hierarchies in the USA and Britain: Investigating a Politically Sensitive Issue
Miri Song
13
Experiences in Ethnographic Interviewing About Race: The Inside and Outside of It
Alford Young Jr
14
Writing in and Against Time: Sociological Literature and its Future
Les Back
Bibliography
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Race Research Methodology, Racism Research Methodology