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Title The myth of racial color blindness : manifestations, dynamics, and impact / edited by Helen A. Neville, Miguel E. Gallardo, and Derald Wing Sue.
Imprint Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, [2016]
Edition First edition.

Subject Post-racialism -- United States -- Philosophy.
Post-racialism -- United States.
Race awareness -- United States.
Racism -- United States.
Ethnicity -- United States -- Psychological aspects.
Ethnicity -- United States -- Philosophy.
United States -- Race relations -- Psychological aspects.
United States -- Race relations -- Philosophy.
Alt Name Neville, Helen A.
Gallardo, Miguel E.
Sue, Derald Wing.
Neville, Helen A.
Gallardo, Miguel E.
Sue, Derald Wing.
Description xi, 330 pages ; 27 cm
Edition First edition.
Summary "Is the United States today a "postracial" society? In this volume, top scholars in psychology, education, sociology, and related fields dissect the concept of color-blind racial ideology (CBRI), the widely held belief that skin color does not affect interpersonal interactions and that interpersonal and institutional racism therefore no longer exist in American society. The chapter authors survey the theoretical and empirical literature on racial color blindness; discuss novel ways of assessing and measuring color-blind racial beliefs; examine related characteristics such as lack of empathy (among Whites) and internalized racism (among people of color); and assess the impact of CBRI in education, the workplace, and health care--as well as the racial disparities that such beliefs help foster"--Provided by publisher.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents I. Theoretical and methodological foundations -- Down the rabbit hole : color-blind racism in Obamerica / Eduardo Bonilla-Silva -- The color-blind racial approach : does race really matter? / James M. Jones -- A broad and insidious appeal : unpacking the reasons for endorsing racial color blindness / Laura G. Babbitt, Negin R. Toosi, and Samuel R. Sommers -- Understanding racial color blindness and multiculturalism in interracial relationships : cognitive and emotional tensions and their implications / Lindy Gullett and Tessa V. West -- An international perspective on color consciousness : Brazil and the universalization of antiracist counter-publics / Jonathan Warren -- Telling on racism : developing a race-conscious agenda / Lee Anne Bell -- II. Context and costs -- Seeing color blindness : color-blind racial ideology research methods in social psychology / Matthew C. Jackson, Vera Katelyn Wilde, and Phillip Atiba Goff -- The measurement of color-blind racial ideology / Germine Awad and Karen Moran Jackson -- Using ethnography and interviews to study color-blind ideology / Amanda E. Lewis and Margaret Ann Hagerman -- III. Manifestations of color-blind racial ideology -- The good, the bad, and the ugly : color-blind racial ideology and lack of empathy / Sharon Y. Tettegah -- Color-blind racial ideology and internalized racism among people of color / Suzette L. Speight, Amber A. Hewitt, and Hether R. Cook -- Color-blind racial ideology in K-12 schools / Sheri A. Castro-Atwater -- Raising awareness and reducing color-blind racial ideology in higher education / Cyndi Kernahan -- The impact of color-blind racial ideology on maintaining racial disparities in organizations / Caryn J. Block -- Identity management strategies in workplaces with color-blind diversity policies / Margaret Shih and Maia J Young -- Racial color blindness and black-white health care disparities / Louis A. Penner and John F. Dovidio -- Racial color blindness in counseling, therapy and supervision / Alan W. Burkard, Lisa M. Edwards, and Hadiya A. Adams.
ISBN 9781433820731
ISBN/ISSN 40025377442
OCLC # 911920671