Beyond Black: Biracial Identity in America
Beyond Black: Biracial Identity in America is a groundbreaking study of the dynamic meaning of racial identity for multiracial people in post-civil rights America. Kerry Ann Rockquemore and David L. Brunsma document the wide range of racial identities that individuals with one black and one white parent develop, and they provide an incisive sociological explanation of the choices facing those who are multiracial. Stemming from the controversy of the 2000 census and whether an additional "multiracial" category should be added to the survey, this second edition of Beyond Black uses both survey data and interviews of multiracial young adults to explore the contemporary dynamics of racial identity formation. The authors raise social and political questions that are posed by expanding racial categorization on the U.S. census. Book jacket.
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Who Is Black? Flux and Change in American Racial Identity
Biracial Identity Research Past and Present
What Does It Mean to Be MixedRace in PostCivil Rights America?
Sociological Factors Influencing Biracial Identity
The Color Complex Appearances and Multiracial Identity
Who Is Black Today and Who Will Be Black Tomorrow?
Written Consent Form Phase One Indepth Interviews
Interview Schedule revised in 2002
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