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Culture and Difference: Essays on Canadian Society
Howard A. Doughty (Editor) and Marino Tuzi (Editor)
Guernica Editions, Spring 2011
210 pages
Trade Paperback
ISBN13: 9781550712872
ISBN10: 155071287X
English
$12.00 Canada, $12.00 US

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This book focuses on prevailing ideas connected to cultural and social diversity.The writers of these essays deploy a variety of critical methods, which originate from social, cultural and literary theory, and analyze the relationship between historical and social forces and recurrent cultural beliefs and values. Contributors: Marino Tuzi, William Anselmi, Eva C. Karpinski, Osvaldo Croci, Robin Mathews, and Howard A. Doughty.
In his or her own way, each writer [in this collection] suggests or implies that the connection and interplay between “minority group” and “majority culture” has affected the manner in which a particular segment of Canadian social reality has been constructed.

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