This book examines dominant discourses affecting race, ethnicity and gender in education and societies globally. It presents cutting-edge research on the major global trends in globalization, race, ethnicity and gender education globally. Using diverse paradigms, ranging from critical theory to discourse analysis, the book examines major trends in race, ethnicity and gender research, with a focus on the ambivalent and problematic relationship between race, ethnicity and gender discourses, ideology and the state. It discusses and critiques key issues in race, ethnicity and gender research.
Readers will gain a more holistic understanding of the nexus between race, ethnicity and gender discourses and dominant ideologies, both locally and globally. It also provides an easily accessible, practical, yet scholarly insights into local and global trends in the field of race, ethnicity and gender education. With contributions from key scholars worldwide, this book will be useful to a broad spectrum of readers, including policy-makers, academics, graduate students, education policy researchers, administrators and practitioners.