ethnic inequality

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what does heath and mcmahon suggest?
ethnic penalty
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what does this refer to?
all the sources of disadvantage that might lead an ethnic minority group to fare less well than similarly qualified whites
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what was the conclusion of the cabinet office report 2003
all ethnic minorities suffer an ethnic penalty.
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true or false? there is still an unexplained gap between whites and minorities
true
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what percentage of white people were unemployed in 2014?
4%
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what percentage of ethnic minorities were unemployed in 2014?
14%
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what percentage of pakistani people were unemployed in 2014?
16%
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what percentage of british bangladeshis were unemployed in 2014?
21%
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an african caribbean graduate is how much more likely to be unemployed as white graduates?
twice
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an african graduate is how much more likely to be unemployed as white graduates?
seven times
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what did brown and gay carry out?
experiments to see who got job interviews.
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what did they do?
sent applications with identical qualifications and experiences, yet gave each candidate a 'white name', 'asian name' or 'black name'
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what did they find?
the 'white' candidate got twice as many offers for interviews
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what does data gathered from the census and labour force surveys provide?
clear signs of absolute and even relative progress by most ethnic minority groups over the last decade or so
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what did the 4th psi survey conclude?
that economic differences between minority groups have become more important than the black-white divide
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what has this lead to?
researchers to reject the racial dualism model
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what does the cabinet office report 2003 declare?
the old picture of white success and ethnic minority under performance is now out of date
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what did wadsworth find?
those born in britain seem to have a better overall labour market performance than those abroad, bangladeshi and pakistani communities do relatively badly while the chinese and indian communities do relatively well
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ethnic minority men have an average income of ?? less than white men
10%
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what is the deficit for ethnic minority women?
5%
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what did foster et al assess?
the impact of the stephen lawrence enquiry further highlights this shift
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what did bowling find?
self report studies to reduce the dark figure. showed that ethnic minority groups not more criminal than ethnic minority, however prosecution and incarceration data subject to social construction
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how much more likely are afro caribbean's stopped and searched?
7x
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what percentage of afro caribbeans are sentenced for over 12 months?
87%
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what percentage of whites are sentenced for over 12 months?
75%
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what percentage of asians are sentenced for over 12 months?
77%
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infant mortality is 100% higher for the children of ? or ? mothers
african caribbean or pakistani
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what ethnic minorities are 5 times more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes?
pakistani and bangladeshi
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what percentage are more likely to have a coronary heart disease than white people?
50%
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what percentage of the male prison population are ethnic minorities?
18%
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what percentage of the female prison population are ethnic minorities?
24%
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what percentage of the population of the uk are ethnic minorities?
14%
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which ethnic minority background do pupils achieve less than other pupils at all stages of compulsory education?
bangladeshi, pakistani and black
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