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Diversity and Oppression

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"Ethical Considerations in Social Work Research with Multiracial Individuals"
Kelly F. Jackson. Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics 7(1), 2010.
"The growing presence and visibility of multiracial persons in the US demands that social work researchers critically examine and understand the complexity of identity as it applies to people who identify with more than one race."
Working toward Whiteness: How America's Immigrants Became White: The Strange Journey from Ellis Island to the Suburbs
David R. Roediger. New York, Basic Books, 2005. Available?
The Price of Whiteness: Jews, Race, and American Identity
Eric L. Goldstein. Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2006.  Available?
How Race Counts for Hispanic Americans
John R. Logan. University of Albany, Lewis Mumford Center for Comparative Urban and Regional Research. 2003
"This report classifies Hispanics into three categories: Hispanic Hispanics, black Hispanics, and white Hispanics. Results find substantial differences among these Hispanic racial groups."
Race and Identity in Hispanic America: The White, the Black, and the Brown
Patricia Reid-Merritt and Michael S. Rodriguez. Santa Barbara, Calif., ABC-CLIO, 2020. Rutgers-restricted Access
"Ethnic Identity of Transethnically Adopted Hispanic Adolescents"
Estela Andujo. Social Work 33(6), November/December 1988, pp.531-535. Rutgers-restricted Access

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