Race and Crime by Philip Steele


Race and Crime by Philip Steele

Go behind the headlines to explore the wider background of news stories that are making a major impact across the world. In Race and Crime, we ask why headlines often link these issues and question some assumptions. Are some crimes carried out by one ethnic or racial grouping more than by others? What parts do policing, prisons, the immigration system and the media play? We examine abuse and hate crimes linked to race, such as slavery or genocide. Who are the perpetrators and who are the victims?

About the Author

The author, Philip Steele, is an experienced writer of non-fiction for young people, on topics ranging from history to current affairs.

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48 pages


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Publication date

25th September 2014



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