New Perspectives onRacial Identity Developmentbringstogether leaders in the field to deepen, broaden, and reassess ourunderstandings of racial identity development. Contributors include the authorsof some of the earliest theories in the field, such as William Cross, Bailey W.Jackson, Jean Kim, Rita Hardiman, and Charmaine L. Wijeyesinghe, who offer newanalysis of the impact of emerging frameworks on how racial identity is viewedand understood. Other contributors present new paradigms and identify criticalissues that must be considered as the field continues to evolve.This new and completelyrewritten second edition uses emerging research from related disciplines thatoffer innovative approaches that have yet to be fully discussed in theliterature on racial identity. Intersectionality receives significant attentionin the volume, as it calls for models of social identity to take a moreholistic and integrated approach in describing the lived experience ofindividuals.This volume offers newperspectives on how we understand and study racial identity in a culture whererace and other identities are socially constructed and carry significantsocietal, political, and group meaning.
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