The Color of Culture: Post-racial and Post-ethnic Considerations in the United States
This paper addresses the post-racial and post-ethnic debate in the US focusing on the reexamination of race and ethnicity resulting from changes in the composition and emergent needs of society.
||Multiculturalism, Ethnicity, Race, Ethnic Groups, Diversity
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp.25-32.
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Dr. Lopez-Rocha is a cultural anthropologist, researcher, teacher trainer, and language instructor. Her research has been oriented towards intercultural communication, interactions, and issues of multiculturalism in the language classroom. Dr. Lopez-Rocha has designed intercultural programs for diverse and specific audiences, including American, Egyptian, Eastern European, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, and Latin American cultures. Her academic experience includes instructional and curriculum design in the context of intercultural communication, teacher training, and language instruction. Dr. Lopez-Rocha is currently concentrated on her research at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom.
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