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Rex, John Arderne

REX, John Arderne

REX, John Arderne. British (born South Africa), b. 1925. Genres: Race relations, Sociology. Career: Professor Emeritus, University of Warwick, 1990- (Professor of Sociology, 1970-79; Associate Director, Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations, 1984-90). Ed., International Library of Sociology, Routledge and Kegan Paul. Lecturer, Leeds University, 1949-62, and Birmingham University, 1962-64; Professor, University of Durham, 1964-70; Director, Social Science Research Council's Research Unit on Ethnic Relations, and Visiting Professor, University of Aston, 1979-84. Publications: Key Problems of Sociological Theory, 1961; (with R. Moore) Race Community and Conflict, 1967; Race Relations in Sociological Theory, 1970; Race Colonialism and the City, 1973; Discovering Sociology, 1973; Sociology and the Demystification of the Modern World, 1974; (ed.) Approaches to Sociology, 1974; (with S. Tomlinson) Colonial Immigrants in a British City, 1980; Social Conflict, 1981; Race and Ethnicity, 1986; (with D. Mason) Theories of Race and Ethnic Relations, 1986; The Ghetto and The Under- class, 1988; Ethnic Identity and Ethnic Mobilisation in Britain, 1991; (with B. Drury) Ethnic Mobilisation in a Multi-Cultural Europe, 1994; Ethnic Minorities in the Modern Nation State, 1996; (with M. Guidginbu) The Ethnicity Reader. Address: Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL, England. Online address: [email protected]

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