Bailey’s ‘Legacies of Race’ receives positive review in Contemporary Sociology
- June 25, 2010
- Book review appears in May 2010 issue
According to research by sociology associate professor Stanley Bailey, Brazilians - in contrast to Americans - avoid rigid notions of racial group membership. Roughly 40 percent of Brazil's population self-classifies as coming from mixed ancestry, he says.
In Legacies of Race: Identities, Attitudes, and Politics in Brazil, he analyzes how these contrasting views might impact studies of racial inequality
when experiences of discrimination don't fit neatly within the same black and white
scale. The book, published in 2009, received a positive review in the May 2010 issue
of Contemporary Sociology.
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