Politics, Race, and Youth in Guyana
|Author: ||Gopal, Madan|
Discusses class- and ethnic-based explanations of troubled race relations in Guyana. Examines the influence of class and ethnicity on political affiliation, specifically focusing on the development of political consciousness in adolescents of Guyana. Uses oblique strategy and local conversational mode to maximize informants' involvement and avoids subordinating their perspective on their society's problems.