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Ethnic Minorities, Race, and Inequality in China: A New Perspective on Racial Dynamics

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An Introduction to the volume. Special Edition: Review of Black Political Economy. December, 2012. The Political Economy of Race and Ethnicity in China.

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The people of all ethnic groups in China have jointly created a culture of grandeur and have a glorious revolutionary tradition.”

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Myers, S.L., Xiaoyan, G. & Cruz, B.C. Ethnic Minorities, Race, and Inequality in China: A New Perspective on Racial Dynamics. Rev Black Polit Econ 40, 231–244 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12114-013-9165-7

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Keywords

  • Special edition
  • Review of black political economy
  • The political economy of race and ethnicity in China
  • Ethnic minorities
  • Race
  • Inequality
  • China
  • A new perspective
  • Racial dynamics