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Politics Beyond Black and White

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This book investigates the social and political implications of the US multiracial population, which has surged in recent decades.

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This book investigates the social and political implications of the US multiracial population, which has surged in recent decades. The US is transforming into a multiracial society: today one-in-six new marriages are interracial and the multiple-race population is the fastest-growing youth group in the country. In Politics Beyond Black and White, Lauren D. Davenport examines the ascendance of multiracial identities and their implications for American society and the political landscape. Amassing unprecedented evidence, this book systematically investigates how race is constructed and how it influences political behavior. Professor Davenport shows that biracials' identities are the product of family, interpersonal interactions, environment, and, most compellingly, gender stereotypes and social class. These identities, in turn, shape attitudes across a range of political issues, from affirmative action to same-sex marriage, and multiracial identifiers are shown to be culturally and politically progressive. But the book also reveals lingering prejudices against race-mixing, and that intermarriage and identification are highly correlated with economic prosperity. Overall findings suggest that multiracialism is poised to dismantle some racial boundaries, while reinforcing others.

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Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Book Format
Paperback
Original Languages
English
Number of Pages
262
Author
Lauren D Davenport
ISBN-13
9781108444330
Publication Date
August, 2018
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
9.01 x 6.19 x 0.81 Inches
ISBN-10
1108444334

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