Education and racism : a cross national inventory of positive effects of education on ethnic tolerance
- edited by Louk Hagendoorn, Shervin Nekuee.
- Aldershot ; Brookfield USA : Ashgate, c1999.
- Physical description
- xiv, 217 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
- Research in migration and ethnic relations series.
- Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
- Introduction - a model of the effects of education on prejudice and racism, Louk Hagendoorn and Shervin Nekuee
- education and prejudice against immigrants, Perangelo Peri
- the effect of education and the expression of negative views towards immigrants in France - the influence of the Republican model put to the test, Florence Haegel
- "everyday" racism in Belgium - an overview of the research and an interpretation of its link with education, Hans de Witte
- the impact of education on racism in Poland compared with other European countries, Aleksandra Jasinska-Kania
- explaining individual racial prejudice in contemporary Germany, Jurgen Winkler
- dynamics of political values - education and issues of tolerance, Paul Sniderman and Erica R. Gould
- education, attitudes towards ethnic minorities and opposition to affirmative action, Genevieve Verberk and Peer Scheepers.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This study gives an inventory of factors contributing to prejudice in seven countries and indicates the role of formal education in this process on the basis of national surveys. It appears that education is a crucial factor in all the countries surveyed and contributes to more tolerant views on ethnic differences in a number of Western European countries, Poland and the USA. The positive effects of education however, do not always counter the negative effects of personality characteristics and conservative values, while the negative effects of less education may be reinforced by perceived economical competition of ethnic minorities.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publication date
- Research in migration and ethnic relations series
- Papers presented at a conference held Oct. 1997 in Utrecht.
- At head of title: Dansk center for migration og etniske studier, Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations, and European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations.
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