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This chapter examines inequalities arising from ethnicity in a rural context. It identifies how different factors, including recent patterns of international migration and historical legacies of ethnic diversity, intertwine to produce multi-cultural rural areas. First of all an overview of the significance of the ‘ethnic’ label is presented, recognizing its limitations and also its usefulness. Having established this context the review proceeds by highlighting the way in which rural ethnic inequalities are measured. The processes that produce inequalities among ethnic groups are examined, with particular attention on migration and space and place, but mindful of historical legacies along with economic transformations and associated recent migration patterns.
Author(s): McAreavey R
Editor(s): Shucksmith, M. & Brown, D. L.
Publication type: Book Chapter
Publication status: Published
Book Title: Routledge International Handbook of Rural Studies
Print publication date: 19/05/2016
Online publication date: 20/05/2016
Acceptance date: 20/07/2015
Place Published: London and New York
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