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Elite Discourse and Racism
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Elite Discourse and Racism

  • Teun A. Van Dijk - Pompeu Fabra University, Spain; Centre of Discourse Studies, Spain, Pompeu Fabra University, Spain

Volume: 6

March 1993 | 336 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
"This study of 'elite racism,' which can be subtle but is in fact pervasive and sometimes mundane, is an important contribution to the study of racism and a fine example of comparative race and ethnic studies. Intended for undergraduate and graduate students and scholars, it can also be profitably read by anyone interested in understanding the multiple manifestations of racism in U.S. and European societies." --Choice

 
Introduction
 
Theoretical Framework
 
Political Discourse
 
Corporate Discourse
 
Academic Discourse
 
Educational Discourse
 
Media Discourse
 
Conclusions

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