Special Editor: Dan Rodríguez-García
In the latest volume of The ANNALS, leading social scientists examine racial intermarriage and its effects on social integration. The volume accounts for how intermarriage is defined and perceived in different settings and among countries in North America and Europe. The collected research identifies patterns and trends in social “mixedness,” explores the marriageability of various racial and immigrant minorities in different countries, and how all of this relates to mobility and integration. The volume also looks at the effect of intermarriage on children, studying its impact on cultural identity, academic achievement, income level, and political activities.