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Synonyms for miscegenation

reproduction by parents of different races (especially by white and non-white persons)

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It should also be noted that Wilder's patriotic transgressions did not need to show interracial relationships in order to become censored.
As a result of this detailed and structured process, the following topics emerged: (a) Identifying Student Race and/or Ethnicity, (b) Perceptions of Interracial Relationships, (c) Specific Needs of Multiple Heritage Adolescents, and (d) Multiple Heritage Counseling Techniques.
Wanhalla further argues "New Zealand has a distinctive history of hybridity where male newcomers entered into interracial relationships, contributing to the development of a hybrid population that was welcomed and celebrated by officials and Aboriginal peoples, and that this history of intermixing is not as well known as the social worlds and societies created out of the North America fur trade.
to question heteronormativity, whether implicitly or explicitly, as the association of transgressive interracial relationships with queerness and homosexuality became a definitive feature of bohemian life, most noticeably in the Harlem Renaissance, but also in modernist texts such as Gertrude Stein's Melanctha.
Section 3, devoted to cultural identity and ethnic relations, consider topics such as interracial relationships in English Colonial fiction, the novels of J.
Bibler adeptly deploys queer theory to add a new critical dimension to existing scholarship on interracial relationships between Southern women under the auspices of feminist theory.
It features controversial subjects such as interracial relationships, homosexuality and religion.
In particular, by casting light on interracial relationships the author seeks to help practitioners who work with children of mixed parentage (his preferred term), as the actions they take are often guided by prior assumptions about the nature of these relationships.
I introduce her to Eastern European Jewish crusaders for social justice in the 1930s and 1940s, men and women whose immigrant experiences deeply shaped their politics and their interracial relationships in California.
The black community opposed interracial marriage for reasons that were self-protective--real and imagined interracial relationships between black men and white women provoked physical retaliation in the form of lynching--but also because the belief in, or preference for, racial endogamy existed in both white and black communities.
Love You Two tackles polyamory, bisexuality, interracial relationships, AIDS, blended families, gay grandparents, teen sexuality, and Italian immigrant culture and its impact on three generations of an Italian-Australian family.
This allows the multiracial activists and academics to "rescue" interracial relationships from the taint of "perversion and pathology" (171) and reassert a heteronormative familial ideal.
While Mixed Race Hollywood (NYU Press), edited by Mary Beltran and Camilla Fojas, is not a gossipy series of racially "outing" stars, it is an interrogation of pop culture's representations of multiracial characters and interracial relationships.
Harpalani (1998) conducted a study to determine if Black women perceived that they had viable opportunities to participate in interracial relationships and whether or not these relationships were even of interest to them.