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Richmond, Anthony Henry

RICHMOND, Anthony Henry

RICHMOND, Anthony Henry. Canadian/British, b. 1925. Genres: Demography, Politics/Government, Race relations, Sociology. Career: Professor Emeritus of Sociology, York University, Toronto, 1989- (Professor, 1965-89; Director, Institute for Behavioural Research, 1979-82). Lecturer, University of Edinburgh, 1952-63; Reader, Bristol College of Science and Technology, now Bath University, 1963-65; Sr. Associate Member, St. Anthony's College, Oxford, 1984-85. Fellow, Royal Society of Canada, 1980-. Publications: Colour Prejudice in Britain, 1954, 1971; The Colour Problem, 1955, 1961; Post-War Immigrants in Canada, 1967; Readings in Race and Ethnic Relations, 1972; (with B. Neumann and R. Mezoff) Immigrant Integration and Urban Renewal in Toronto, 1972; Migration and Race Relations in an English City, 1973; (with D. Kubat) Internal Migration: The New World and the Third World, 1976; (with W.E. Kalbach) Factors in the Adjustment of Immigrants and Their Descendants, 1980; Immigration and Ethnic Conflict, 1988; Caribbean Immigrants, 1989; Global Apartheid: Refugees, Racism and the New World Order, 1994. Address: Dept of Sociology, York University, 4700 Keele St, Downsview, ON, Canada M3J 1P3. Online address: [email protected]

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