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White children’s perspectives on inter–ethnic relations
This is a summary of a 74–page report by the Glasgow Centre for the Child & Society on the experiences of young people from white ethnic backgrounds following the move from primary to secondary school. It examines young people's school experiences within the context of wider family, peer and neighbourhood relationships, and the relations between young people from a variety of backgrounds. Update Note: The full report is no longer available.