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    What are the sociological implications of people identifying themselves as biracial?

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    Question: What are the sociological implications of people identifying themselves as biracial?

    Biracial Discussion:

    The term biracial or multiracial has many complex sociological implications. The concept or general assumption of being biracial may typically mean being of Black/White family origin. However, realistically there are many variations of biracial or multiracial people. One may be Asian/White or Hispanic/Black. How we identify ourselves or discover our identity is through a sociological context. The concept of self is ...

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    There are many questions that may arise for being biracial. Throughout human development, experiencing societal views can impact one's biracial identity. This solution discusses how someone may view themselves. The explanation is given in 288 words with two references.

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