Researching ethnic inequalities

@inproceedings{Salway2010ResearchingEI,
  title={Researching ethnic inequalities},
  author={Sarah Maria Salway and Peter Allmark and Ruth Barley and Gina Higgin bottom and Kate Gerrish and George T. H. Ellison},
  year={2010}
}
Since the landmark introduction of an ethnic group question to the 1991 Census (Bulmer, 1996) and the influential Fourth National Survey of Ethnic Minorities in 1993-4 (Modood et al., 1997), the volume of social research addressing ethnicity has grown dramatically in the UK. Social researchers are increasingly required to produce evidence capable of informing policy and practice development that is sensitive to the diversity of the UK’s multiethnic population. In particular, there is… CONTINUE READING

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