Cultural Diversity Conflicts and Challenges by Kathlyn Gay
  

Cultural Diversity Conflicts and Challenges

Written by Kathlyn Gay
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Part of the It Happened to Me Series

RRP £29.95

Synopsis

Cultural Diversity Conflicts and Challenges by Kathlyn Gay

Cultural Diversity: Conflicts and Challenges is part of the series It Happened to Me featuring teen voices. Topics such as prejudice, religious bigotry, racism, gender bias, sexual orientation, scapegoating, and stereotyping are presented with stories about young people who have faced problems and challenges and with forthright views from young people who have worked to foster respect for diversity.

Reviews

The writing is fresh, interesting, and straight to the point as the voices of teenagers, alongside those of scholars, researchers, and professors, add to the book's appeal. This easy-to-read and comprehensive text urges all readers, whether young, old, or reluctant, to become informed about cultural groups in an effort to reduce the racial strife and intolerance that exists in society. VOYA

About the Author

Kathlyn Gay is a full time freelance writer. She has authored more than 100 books and articles that focus on social and environmental issues, culture, history, communication, and sports for a variety of audiences.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
144 pages

Author

Kathlyn Gay
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Publisher

Scarecrow Press

Publication date

7th October 2003

ISBN

9780810848054


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