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The New Face of America: How the Emerging Multiracial, Multiethnic Majority Is Changing the United States: How the Emerging Multiracial, Multiethnic Majority Is Changing the United States Eric J. Bailey

The New Face of America: How the Emerging Multiracial, Multiethnic Majority Is Changing the United States: How the Emerging Multiracial, Multiethnic Majority Is Changing the United States

Eric J. Bailey

Published May 14th 2014
ISBN : 9780313385704
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173 pages
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More and more, the idea of America as a melting pot is becoming a reality. Written from the perspective of multiracial citizens, The New Face of America: How the Emerging Multiracial, Multiethnic Majority Is Changing the United States brings toMoreMore and more, the idea of America as a melting pot is becoming a reality. Written from the perspective of multiracial citizens, The New Face of America: How the Emerging Multiracial, Multiethnic Majority Is Changing the United States brings to light the values, beliefs, opinions, and patterns among these populations. It assesses group identity and social recognition by others, and it communicates how multiracial individuals experience Americas reaction to their increasing numbers.Comprehensive and far-reaching, this thoughtful compendium covers the cultural history of multiracials in America. It looks at multiracial families today, at rural and urban multiracial populations, and at multiracial physical features, health disparities, bone and marrow transplant issues, adoption matters, as well as multiracial issues in other countries. Multiracial entertainers, athletes, and politicians are considered, as well. Among the books most important topics is multiracial health and health care disparity. Finally, the book makes clear how Americas current majority institutions, organizations, and corporations must change their relationship with multiracial and multiethnic populations if they wish to remain viable and competitive.