Labels and Perceptions, the Subtle Ways of Racism. Reflections from My Memoirs

Labels and Perceptions, the Subtle Ways of Racism. Reflections from My Memoirs

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As a society we tend to highlight and attempt to correct the verbal and/or physical use of racial discrimination. But there are other more subtle forms of discriminatory behaviour that are almost impossible to detect and/or label as racial discrimination. Such behaviour will extend from simply not being acknowledged to being excluded from certain jobs simply by reason of one's nationality. This book reflects on the instances when it is difficult to judge or criticise others' negative behaviour towards us as racially motivated. It looks particularly at the experiences of the non-EU nationals working and living in the UK on a Post-Study visa.I read all the chapters on writing the right CV to the interview questions and suggested answers. ... When I first heard a friend with a PhD in mechanical engineering complain that he could not get a job in the UK, I was like, are you looking inanbsp;...


Title:Labels and Perceptions, the Subtle Ways of Racism. Reflections from My Memoirs
Author:Rosaline Nain Chia
Publisher:Lulu.com - 2009-08-11
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