This book debates these questions and explores the concept of identity and how its different meanings and interpretations impact upon community policy. The chapters bring together leading academics, policymakers, think-tank representatives, and community workers to debate the connections between ethnic diversity, identity, and community cohesion.
- Chapters highlighting the connections between theory, practice, and policy
- Topicality of contributions that are up-to-date in terms of contemporary policy
- Author commentaries and 'reflections' on key themes and case studies that strengthen the connection and relevance of research to 'real life'
- A leading group of editors and authors: the ESRC Identities Programme and the Runnymede Trust lend a wealth of research and policymaking experience