Race & Family: A Structural Approach

Race & Family: A Structural Approach

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The author provided interesting, original examples which I found engaging…. I think the biggest strength is avoiding the ‘one ethnicity per chapter’ approach found in so many books on family diversity. I like the structural approach.”

- Hilary A. Rose, Concordia University

A very useful book as a companion text for courses on race and ethnicity…. The chapters are easy to follow for undergraduate students.”

- Renxin Yang, Northern Michigan University

I think the book is needed because there are limited choices currently available and this book is moving in the right direction…. A strength is that it is not an edited book like so many other books on this topic. There is a need for detailed study of ethnic minority families, and I am excited about making this ...

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