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`The contents are fascinating.... Paul Gordon's introductory article on The Racialisation of Statistics is particularly enlightening. He puts forward cogently the arguments for and against collecting racial statistics.... the body of facts in this book is impressive' - Morning Star
This book compliments the concepts and methods section of the SCLY-4 AQA Sociology syllabus. Part of the syllabus analyses the social construction of data and the ways in which social perceptions are formed through the use of statistical data, published by the media. It is through the use of statistics that minority ethnic groups, such as African Caribbeans, appear predisposed to committing particular types of crime.