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978-0-7391-6707-6 • Hardback • April 2011 • $115.00 • (£88.00)
978-0-7391-6708-3 • eBook • April 2011 • $109.00 • (£84.00)
Kevin Durrheim is professor of psychology at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Xoliswa Mtose is a lecturer at Rhodes University. Lyndsay Brown teaches English at Durban Girls High.
Chapter 1: Apartheid, Racism and Change in South Africa
Chapter 2: Experiences of Race Trouble
Chapter 3: Theories of Racism Won't Do
Chapter 4: Discourse
Chapter 5: Practices
Chapter 6: Subjects
Chapter 7: Repression
Chapter 8: Race Trouble versus Racism
In Race Trouble the social psychologist Kevin Durrheim and his colleagues Xoliswa Mtose and Lyndsay Brown address the multiple complexities that an analysis of racialised practices in South Africa faces today. ... The structure of the book is well-balanced, the register accessible and engaging. It is rich in examples, usually using at least one major example/case study per chapter. These examples will be helpful for readers who are not familiar with the prior research of the authors and/or the South African context. Durrheim, Mtose and Brown deliver a highly recommendable book for scholars who are interested in the wide field of race relations and racism, not only in South Africa.
— Race & Class