Whiteness, Britishness and the Racist\ud Reality of Brexit

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Bowler, Rick;
  • Publisher: University of Sunderland
  • Subject: sub_sociology

This paper explores the ongoing reality of British Racism as exemplified in the ‘theory of numbers’ (Mullard, 1973). This theory racially marks the immigrant body and has been a reoccurring fiction woven into national debates since its justification for the 1962 Commonw... View more
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