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Discrimination in an Unequal World$
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Miguel Angel Centeno and Katherine S. Newman

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780199732166

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199732166.001.0001

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Reflections on Globalization, Discrimination, and Affirmative Action *

Reflections on Globalization, Discrimination, and Affirmative Action *

(p.23) 2 Reflections on Globalization, Discrimination, and Affirmative Action*
Discrimination in an Unequal World

Thomas E. Weisskopf

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This chapter reflects in a speculative manner about the ways in which the process of globalization might affect the extent of discrimination against people on account of their (broadly defined) ethnic group identity, as well as the extent of efforts to combat such discrimination via affirmative action. It begins by offering definitions of the key terms contained in the title of the chapter. Section 2 addresses the question: how does globalization influence the propensity for ethnicity-based discrimination? Section 3 considers how globalization might impinge on the propensity to counter such discrimination with policies of affirmative action. Finally, Section 4 offers a brief conclusion.

Keywords:   globalization, discrimination, affirmative action, ethnic group identity

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