The constant shift of societal values and ideals has historically left multiple individuals in utter confusion over their acceptance in certain social settings. A specific minority group that has been at the brunt of this dilemma for many years, however, are those who identify as multiracial. Mixed-race individuals have struggled to be equally accepted and appreciated for their rich cultural heritages, and with the multiple unique intercultural relationships that currently exist, these individuals are constantly dealing with niched categories, labels, and microaggressions that separate them from other minority groups. Through greater research into the brief history, the modern-day problems, and the racial identity development multiracial individuals face, this paper hopes to further unearth the everyday issues that living in a “monoracial” world brings.
Chan, Stephanie G. and Blomdal, Aileen R.
"Multiracial Identity Negotiation in a “Monoracial” World,"
Pepperdine Journal of Communication Research: Vol. 10, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/pjcr/vol10/iss1/8