The book Getting Respect is crucial to the in-depth comprehension of the relations between cultural repertoires and the phenomenology of everyday life, the cultural processes affiliated with becoming a subject, and the cultural dynamics that create and maintain inequality. Following a description of the principal findings in the book, a discussion will be offered about four important issues that the book encourages us to continue to research, and which are critical to the contemporary studies of race and ethnicity.
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- Cultural repertories
- discursive alliances
- ethnoracial exclusions
- getting respect
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Cultural Studies
- Sociology and Political Science