Skip to main content

You are here

Race and Ethnicity

Race and Ethnicity

Home Topics Race and Ethnicity Reports & Publications

LOADING...

loading stats

Please be patient.

Search


Searched for: Race and Ethnicity
 
  1. Mixed-Race Studies; Misstep or the next step for Ethnic Studies in a blending nation?

    In January of 2011, the New York Times reported that 2010 U.S. Census data shows that younger generations are self-reporting their racial identity as multiracial or mixed-race in higher numbers than ever...

  2. Insurance, Race/Ethnicity, and Sex in the Search for a New Physician

    We employed simulated patient calls to a national random sample of primary care physicians to assess appointment availability for adults who differed by insurance, race/ethnicity, and sex. The disparities we...

  3. Beyond Race Cards in America's Pastime: An Appreciative Reply to Findlay and Santos

    In this reply, I salute the correction, replication, and extensions carried out by David Findlay and John Santos (2012) based on my jointly authored paper Hewitt, Muñoz, Oliver, and Regoli (2005). I expound...

  4. Class, Cultism, and Multiculturalism

    Globalization has hurt both developed and developing countries. Capitalism's relations of exploitation can hurt people of color in disabling ways. Discusses the relationships among race, gender, ethnic, and...

  5. Writing a feminist position in the classroom

    Graduation date: 1994

  6. Writing a feminist position in the classroom

    Graduation date: 1994

  7. Beyond Guilt: How to Deal with Societal Racism

    This article addresses the specific form of racism that we refer to as “societal,” and provides a method of responding to the guilt-based reactions of many European Americans to the subject of racism. We...

  8. Tobacco Control Polices Are Egalitarian: A Vulnerabilities Perspective on Clean Indoor Air Laws, Cigarette Prices, and...

    This study models independent associations of state or local strong clean indoor air laws and cigarette prices with current smoker status and consumption in a multilevel framework, including interactions with...

  9. Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Desire for Reversal of Sterilization among U.S. Women

    Purpose: Female sterilization rates and subsequent desire for reversal of the procedure are substantially higher in minorities, low-income women, and those who use public insurance. Despite the disproportionate...

  10. Teaching Australian Literature in a Class about Literatures of Social Reform

    This article presents an intriguing thesis about proximity and identification, distance and empathy based on the experience of teaching Sally Morgan’s My Place to American university students alongside Upton...

Pages