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Black Middle-Class BritanniaIdentities, Repertoires, Cultural Consumption$
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Ali Meghji

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781526143075

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: May 2020

DOI: 10.7765/9781526143082

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Race, class, and culture in the British racialised social system

Race, class, and culture in the British racialised social system

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(p.120) 6 Race, class, and culture in the British racialised social system
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Black Middle-Class Britannia
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Ali Meghji

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Manchester University Press
DOI:10.7765/9781526143082.00011

This chapter brings the book to a conclusion. I review the contributions this book makes to studies of the Black middle class, critical race theory, cultural sociology, and race and class more broadly. I also examine how my research can open up new studies in cultural sociology, critical race studies, and international perspectives on the Black middle class. The book also reflects on the theme of the book series: racism, resistance, and social change, where I argue that a growth in a Black middle class does not mean there is growing racial equality in Britain.

Keywords:   Race and class, Cultural sociology, Black middle class, Racial identity, Critical race theory, Comparative sociology

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