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Theorising Racism: Exploring the Swedish racial regime

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Racism and Xenophobia in Spanish Football: Facts, Reactions and Policies

References Back, L., Crabbe, T., Solomos, J. (1998). Racism in Football: Patterns of Continuity and Change. In Brown, A. (Ed.) Fanatics! Power, Identity and Fandom in Football. London: Routledge, pp. 71-87. Back, L., Crabbe, T., Solomos, J. (1999). Beyond the racist/hooligan couplet: race, social theory and football culture. British Journal of Sociology , 50 (3), pp. 419-442. Chiba, N. (2004). Pacific Professional Baseball Leagues and Migratory Patterns and Trends: 1995

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Discrimination, Harassment and Racism in Finnish Lower Secondary Schools

, J, Lean, G & Dunn, K 2016, ‘Challenging racism through schools: teacher attitudes to cultural diversity and multicultural education in Sydney, Australia’, Race Ethnicity and Education , vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 618-638. Gorodzeisky, A & Semyonov, M 2016, ‘Not only competitive threat but also racial prejudice: sources of 1anti-immigrant attitudes in European societies’, International Journal of Public Opinion Research , vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 331-354. Häkkinen, A & Mattila, M 2011, Etelä-Pohjanmaan maahanmuuttajat [The immigrants in South Ostrobothnia

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Retro Racism: Colonial ignorance and racialized affective consumption in Danish public culture

of Aesthetics & Culture, vol. 8. DOI:10.3402/jac.v8.30902. Danbolt, M & Myong, L, forthcoming, ‘Racial Turns and Returns: Recalibrations of Racial Exceptionalism in Danish Public Debates on Racism’. Edström, D & Strömberg, LO 2014, ‘Lakritsgodis stoppas efter kritik om rasism’, Expressen, January 17. Available from: <> [Last accessed 3.1.16]. Egelund, L 2014, ‘“Sort er en neger i al sin tid, ham kan man ikke vaske hvid”‘, Dagbladet Ringkøbing

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Representation of Immigrants in British and American Newspapers

References Barker, Martin. 1981. The New Racism . London: Junction Books. Caldas-Coulthard, Carmen Rosa. 2003. Cross-cultural representation of ‘otherness’ in media discourse. In Weiss, Gilbert and Wodak, Ruth (eds), Critical Discourse Analysis Theory and Interdisciplinarity , 272–296. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Chibnall, Steve. 1977. Law and Order News . London: Tavistock. Dearden, Lizzie. 2018. Finsbury Park mosque attack: Victim Makram Ali’s family describe trauma of losing ‘peaceful grandfather . http

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Being “The Damned Foreigner”: Affective National Sentiments and Racialization of Lithuanians in Iceland

References Ahmed, S 2004, ‘Affective economies’, Social Text, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 117-139, DOI:10.1215/01642472-22-2_79-117. Appadurai, A 1991, Modernity at large: cultural dimensions of globalization, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis. Balibar, E 1991, ‘Is there a ´neo-racism´?’ in Race, nation and class: ambiguous identities, eds E Balibar & I Wallerstein, Verso, London pp. 204-216. Bauman, Z 2000, Liquid modernity, Polity Press, Cambridge. Bergmann, E 2015. ‘Populism

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Battling for citizenship
A case study of Somali settlement in Lieksa, Finland

have shown that immigrants in Scandinavia face a significant amount of discrimination and racism (European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights 2009; Lehti et al .2014). In particular, Somalis living in Denmark and Finland are susceptible to discrimination, threats, and violence in Finland even more so than in Denmark (Niemi & Kääriäinen 2012: 3). It has been argued that even if Finnish Somalis theoretically possess the same rights as native-born Finns, the execution of these rights is different. Somalis have claimed that acquiring the Finnish citizenship does not

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With Friends Like These, Who needs Enemies?
Structural Discrimination and Good Intentions in Danish Everyday Contexts

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Mimicking News
How the credibility of an established tabloid is used when disseminating racism

. Several of the most active authors on The People’s Voice were also prolific contributors to hyperpartisan right-wing news platforms. This suggests the appropriation of The People’s Voice as an extension of hyperpartisan news platforms and nativist blogs. Critical research has shown how racism is increasingly present and even amplified in digital media environments ( Daniels, 2013 ; Matamoros-Fernández, 2017 ). The ideal of enabling as much freedom of expression as possible has led to a plethora of new outlets, giving rise to new forms of deception that blur

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From “Big Red” Hydrick to Goat Dykeman: Eudora Welty’s Navigation between the Fictional and the Real in “Where Is the Voice Coming From?”

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