Skin Color Recognition, Preference and Identification in Interracial Children

Skin Color Recognition, Preference and Identification in Children: A Comparative Study is a remarkable study based on thorough primary research. Interracial children’s racial attitudes have been ignored in research since the 1930s. Gunthorpe, using the methodology of previous researchers, provides objective and comparable data, and details some unexpected results. Authoritative, but easily read, “Skin Color Recognition” is of value to researchers and academics in the areas of minority studies, sociology, and psychology, as well as to parents of interracial children.

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