A Generational Tipping Point
The Conclusion reviews the key findings of this study, many of which point to the growing normality of mixing and mixedness. Here, I also considers the extent to which the lives of multiracial people in Britain mirror, or are distinctive from, those of multiracial people in the United States and the extent to which theorizing based upon dominant understandings about racism and racial hierarchies in the United States is applicable to contemporary Britain.
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