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This bibliography section presents the list of reference books and articles that occur in this book titled Covert Racism: Theories, Institutions, and Experiences. Covert racism may be viewed as racism which is hidden; secret; private; covered; disguised; insidious; or concealed. Covert racism varies by context. To understand this contextual variability provides us with a key means by which to decode, interpret and transform the racial matrix. The book is divided into three major sections dealing with (i) Theoretical perspectives on covert racism, (ii) Covert racism and institutions, and (iii) Covert racism and the individual.

Keywords: contextual variability; covert racism; racial matrix



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