‘Ethnic group’, the state and the politics of representation\ud

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Ratcliffe, Peter;

The assertion, even if only by implication, that ‘ethnic group’ categories represent ‘real’ tangible entities, indeed identities, is commonplace not only in the realms of political and policy discourse but also amongst contemporary social scientists. This paper, followi... View more
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