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The SAGE Handbook of Prejudice, Stereotyping and Discrimination

John F Dovidio Yale University
Miles Hewstone Oxford University
Peter Glick Lawrence University, USA
Victoria M Esses University of Western Ontario
© 2010   672 pages   SAGE Publications Ltd   
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Paperback ISBN: 9781446270486 £34.99
Hardcover ISBN: 9781412934534 £110.00
Ebook ISBN: 9781446248386

Provides a thorough coverage of this ever important topic. Covers most of the relevant aspects of prejudice, stereotyping and discrimination with sufficient depth.

Mr Peter Karlsson

Sch of Health & Social Sciences - HOS, Halmstad University

Dec 11 2014

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Excellent to discuss themes of marginalization and health inequalities which are the core of the community health course.

Dr Ali Ghaddar

Biomedical Sciences, Lebanese International University

Nov 03 2014

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An exciting find: an essential text for all childhood studies students. Comprehensive coverage of various issues related to prejudice and discrimination. Theoretical text which will be best accessed by level 6 and post-graduate learners. Great resource from which to prepare lecture material from.

Mrs Paula Hamilton

School of Education & Community, Glyndwr University

Jun 13 2013

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An interesting multidisciplinary coverage of the topic. Has some useful chapters

Dr Mike Homfray

Faculty of Health, Edge Hill University

May 15 2013

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This book is useful supplement to my students in the Gender and Human Rights course. It is helpful in understanding some important sociological aspects of discrimination and stereotyping.

Dr Ekaterina Yahyaoui

Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland, Galway

May 14 2013

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excellent book easy to read and refer to

Mrs Deborah Regan

academy, Havering College of Further and Higher Education

May 08 2013

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An excellent resource for students considering research proposals. Well constructed and very accessible, covering a wide content of issues pertaining to this subject area.

Ms Sarah Maris-Shaw

Allied Health Sceinces, London South Bank University

Apr 22 2013

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