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  • Author:
    Shamit Saggar
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    0719059879
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    978-0719059872
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    Manchester University Press (April 7, 2001)
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    208 pages
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Race and representation: electoral politics and ethnic pluralism in Britain. Negative and positive racialisation: re-examining ethnic minority political representation in the UK. Manchester University Press, 2000. Race and British electoral politics. Immigration and the politics of public opinion. The political quarterly 74, 178-194, 2003. S Saggar, A Geddes. Journal of Ethnic and Migration studies 26 (1), 25-44, 2000. Manchester: Manchester University Press. Saggar, Shamit, and Heath, Anthony. Race: Towards a Multicultural Electorate? In Critical Elections: British Parties and Voters in Long-term Perspective, eds.

Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1997; Saggar, Race and Politics in Britain. Lanham: Lexington books. New York: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1992; Spencer, The Migration Debate. Bristol: Policy Press, 2011; Hampshire, Citizenship and Belonging. CEC (Commission of the European Communities). Communication on Immigration and Asylum Policies.

Home Browse Books Book details, Race and British Electoral Politics. Remedying a major shortcoming in traditional texts on electoral politics in Britain, this ground-breaking book examines key themes pertaining to the study of race and electoral politics. Providing both an historical and theoretical analysis of race and ethnicity in politics, the contributors examine the participation and influence of ethnic minorities in electoral politics at both ends of the political spectrum. Manchester University Press, Manchester 2000.

He was previously professor of political science at the University of Sussex, a Yale World Fellow at Yale University, senior advisor at the Prime Minister's Strategy Unit, Cabinet Office, HM Government, and reader. Pariah Politics: Understanding Western Radical Islamism and What Should be Done. Oxford University Press, 2008.

See Shamit Saggar (e., Race and British Electoral Politics (London ., Race and British Electoral Politics (London: Prentice-Hall, 1996). 16. Quoted from the general instructions issued to immigration service staff, in Commission for Racial Equality, Immigration Control Procedures: Report of a Formal Investigation (London: HMSO, 1985) p. 1. oogle Scholar. Harry Goulbourne, ‘Varieties of pluralism: the notion of a pluralist post-imperial Britain, New Community, vol. 17, no. 2 (1991). See Nathan Glazer and Ken Young (eds) Ethnic Pluralism and Public Policy: Achieving Equality in the US and Great Britain (London: Gower, 1986).

A major re-examination of the role of ethnicity in shaping British political attitudes and voting behavior, this is the first systematic attempt to compare white and ethnic minority voting based on a single, coherent analytical framework. The book pioneers innovative use of the British Election Study and features the results of the 1997 ethnic minority election study. It offers an in-depth look at party strategy with regard to ethnic minorities, ethnic minority attitudes on key issues and policies, and the lessons to be learned from the performance of black and Asian parliamentary candidates.