Dr. Andrew Jolivette provides an overview of the construction of racial identities in the United States. Racial attitudes and categorization have changed drastically between the pre-contact and modern eras of U.S. history. Jolivette closely examines multiracial identity, interracial marriage, and the 2000 U.S. Census.
- Type of Content: Case Study
- Title: Sociology & the Construction of U.S. Racial Identities
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2017
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- Discipline: Sociology
- Subject: Race & Ethnicity, Research Methods for Sociology, Higher Education
- Duration: 00:14:59
- Keywords: American Indian culture, American Indian history, bias, bias in scientific studies, categorization, censuses, civil rights movement, colonial America, cultural identity, data collection, demographics of the United States, discrimination, disenfranchisement, disproportionate representation, diversity, ethnic identity, health (social problems), higher education, interracial marriages, intersectionality of race, class, gender, and ethnicity, Loving v. Virginia, mixed race people, multiple identities, multiracial identity, multiracial individuals, neocolonialism, population growth, racial identity, racial minorities, racialization, Segregation, Slavery, Social construction of race, Social movements, Stereotypes and stereotyping, United States history
Academic: Andrew JolivetteOnline ISBN:9781526420220Copyright: © SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017