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Diversity Paradox, The

Immigration and the Color Line in Twenty-First Century America

Jennifer Lee, Frank D. Bean

The Diversity Paradox examines the impact of contemporary immigration on America's racial diversity. Authors Jennifer Lee and Frank Bean explore if immigrants will become a racialized minority like African Americans or if they will be integrated into society like European predecessors. The book uses interviews and population-based analysis to examine multiracial identification and intermarriage patterns among Asians, Latinos, and African Americans. The authors show that Asians and Latinos successfully disengage national origin from the concept of race while highlighting the continued entrenchment of the "one-drop" rule for African Americans. The Diversity Paradox is a thought-provoking examination of how immigration is changing the boundaries of race in America.
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"The Diversity Paradox" is the best book I've read on how diversity and immigration are changing Americans' ideas about race. You should read it, and you should follow @JLeeSoc on Twitter!      fuente