The Landscape of Multiracial Experiences. Journal of Social Issues

  • ID: 2246022
  • Book
  • 200 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The present issue brings together research and theory in psychology, sociology, education, culture studies, and public policy surrounding multiracial identity and introduces new advances in thinking about race, intergroup relations and racial identity. In exploring multiracial identity, the issue will re–examine conceptualization of race and racial identification by examining the social experiences of multiracial individuals.
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OVERVIEW AND INTRODUCTION

When Race Becomes Even More Complex: Toward Understanding the Landscape of Multiracial Identity and Experiences, Margaret Shih and Diana T. Sanchez

MULTIRACIAL IDENTITY CONSTRUCTION

Racing to Theory or Retheorizing Race? Understanding the Struggle to Build a Multiracial Identity Theory, Kerry Ann Rockquemore, David L. Brunsma, and Daniel J. Delgado

The Interpretation of Multiracial Status and its Relation to Social Engagement and Psychological Well–Being, Kevin R. Binning, Miguel M. Unzueta, Yuen J. Huo, and Ludwin E. Molina

Multiracial Identity Integration: Perceptions of Conflict and Distance among Multiracial Individuals , Chi–Ying Cheng and Fiona Lee

MULTIRACIAL PEOPLE S VIEWS OF RACE

Multiracial Faces: How Categorization Affects Memory at the Boundaries of Race, Kristin Pauker and Nalini Ambady

Exploring Multiracial Individuals Comfort with Intimate Interracial Relationships, Courtney M. Bonam and Margaret Shih

PERCEPTIONSANDREPRESENTATIONS OFMULTIRACIAL PEOPLE

Policing the Borderlands: White–and Black–American Newspaper Perceptions of Multiracial Heritage and the Idea of Race, 1996 2006, Michael C. Thornton

To Disclose or Not to Disclose Biracial Identity: The Effect of Biracial Disclosure on Perceiver Evaluations and Target Responses, Diana T. Sanchez and Courtney M. Bonam

PUBLICPOLICIESANDTHEIRCONSEQUENCESFORMULTIRACIAL PEOPLE

Is Valuing Equality Enough? Equality Values, Allophilia, and Social Policy Support for Multiracial Individuals, Todd L. Pittinsky and R. Matthew Montoya

Educational Policy, Politics, and Mixed Heritage Students in the United States, Kristen A. Renn

My Choice, Your Categories: The Denial of Multiracial Identities, Sarah S. M. Townsend, Hazel R. Markus, and Hilary B. Bergsieker

COMMENTARY

Plus ¸ca Change...? Multiraciality and the Dynamics of Race Relations in the United States, Frank D. Bean and Jennifer Lee

2008 KURT LEWIN AWARD ADDRESS

Introduction to Mark Snyder s Lewin Award Address, Louis A. Penner

In the Footsteps of Kurt Lewin: Practical Theorizing, Action Research, and the Psychology of Social Action, Mark Snyder

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Diana T. Sanchez is currently an assistant professor in the Psychology Department at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ. Her research interests generally focus on how gender and racial norms influence behavior, affect, and perception.

Margaret Shih is an Associate Professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Prior to arriving at UCLA, she was a faculty member in the Department of Psychology at the University of Michigan. She studies how individuals negotiate and manage multiple social identities.

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