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biracial

adjective Referring to a person born to parents of two different racial heritages—e.g., Asian, Black or White.
noun A person of mixed racial heritage.
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The camera had followed him around at school, as well as at fashion shoots and at home, offering glimpses into the life of a biracial family in Korea.
Given their growing numbers and current conversations around racial and gender fluidity, today's biracial youth are uniquely positioned to shake long-held notions about race and identity.
However, biracial men may be more likely to be perceived as 'people of color.
Stonequist (1937) developed the first model of identity development for what was referred to as the biracial (Black/White) population; it was focused on a deficit model and titled The Marginal Man.
Carmen Braun Williams (1999), shared in her personal narrative entitled "Claiming a Biracial Identity: Resisting Social Constructions of Race and Culture" that her challenges as a biracial person centered on being able to "pass for White" (p.
When attempting to identify with the mono-racial group that is part of their identity, biracial students can experience horizontal hostility from the group they want to be accepted by (Plaza, 2011).
In searching for sources of inconsistency between birth certificate and survey data, we examine the possible role of biracial/biethnic heritage (hereafter, biracial heritage).
The essays ask how might our examinations of our inner lives matter in teaching and teacher education, how embracing spirituality opens space in dialogues in teacher education, how to heal the pain of disconnection, how spiritually-centered caring for black students in suburban schools works, what spiritually relevant pedagogy in a global era means, how to teach from a spiritual paradigm, when fostering biracial identity in spiritual learning with black female youth is necessary, and how all who have a visionary response to teaching will succeed.
The purpose of the current study is to examine the developmental trajectories of substance use among monoracial and biracial Black adolescents and young adults.
Light, Bright, and Damned Near White: Biracial and Triracial Culture in America adds to the 'Race and Ethnicity in Psychology' series, but is reviewed here for its wider-ranging appeal to social issues as well as psychology collections.
This article synthesises and critically reviews literature from the ethnic socialisation, biracial, acculturation and adoption fields.