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by Earnest A. Hooton,Caroline Bond Day
Author: Earnest A. Hooton,Caroline Bond Day
Publisher: Negro Universities Press (1970)
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A Study of Some Negro-White Families in the United States.
A Study of Some Negro-White Families in the United States. Caroline Stewart Bond Day (November 18, 1889 – May 5, 1948) was an American physical anthropologist, author and educator . After a while, Day took a break from the project due to being exhausted and a rheumatic heart condition.
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by Caroline Bond Day. Published 1932 by Peabody museum of Harvard university in Cambridge, Mass Places. Published 1932 by Peabody museum of Harvard university in Cambridge, Mass. Ethnology, Family Characteristics, Black race, Blacks, Anthropometry, African Americans. 1 p. ix . 1 . 126, p. Number of pages.
In the 1920s Caroline Bond Day, a woman of mixed ancestry herself, gathered family histories and photographs of over 300 ‘NegroWhite families’ for her graduate work at Harvard University under eugenicist Ernest Hooton. Day's subjects, recruited from her circles.
Nella Larsen, Passing, 1929; Caroline Bond Day and Earnest Albert Hooton, A Study of Some Negro-White Families in the . There is a certain amount of rivalry between passing and non-passing groups in the various communities.
Nella Larsen, Passing, 1929; Caroline Bond Day and Earnest Albert Hooton, A Study of Some Negro-White Families in the United States (Cambridge MA: Harvard University, 1932; Melville J. Herskovits, The Anthropometry of the American Negro (New York: Columbia University, 1930); Cheryl I. Harris, "On Passing: Whiteness as Property," 106 Harv. Disabled persons who can pass are viewed as having advantages that those who don't pass do not have - less discrimination and public attention. This can lead to a view that they are not "properly disabled.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Day, Caroline Bond. Responsibility: by Caroline Bond Day with a foreword and notes on the anthropometric data by Earnest A. Hooton. Study of some Negro-white families in the United States. All Authors, Contributors: Caroline Bond Day; Earnest Albert Hooton. Find more information about: Caroline Bond Day Earnest Albert Hooton. OCLC Number: 2794855. by Caroline Bond Day, traced the genealogical chart of an early interracial family. From the Peabody Museum
A Study of Some Negro-White Families in the . From the Peabody Museum. By the end of World War II, however, immigration, the Civil Rights Movement and America’s increasing global role had brought more white Americans into contact with other races and cultures, resulting in growing acceptance of racial mixing. Revulsion toward Hitler’s policies of white supremacy also impacted Americans, says Carter. We required ourselves to be better than that.
While this volume concerns itself with The Negro Family in the United States, its significance for the .
While this volume concerns itself with The Negro Family in the United States, its significance for the understanding of the family in general is apparent. It is, in fact, the most valuable contribution to the literature on the family since the publication, twenty years ago, of The Polish Peasant in Europe and America by W. I. Thomas and Florian Znaniecki. For it is a basic study of the family in its two chief aspects as a natural human association and as a social institution subjected to the severest stresses and strains of social change.
Flag as Inappropriate. Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America v. 68 167-180. The Criminological Theory of Earnest A. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. Hooton sat on the Committee on the Negro, a group that "focused on the anatomy of blacks and reflected the racism of the time. Florida State University: Criminology.