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Racial and Ethnic Attitudes and Individual Relatedness Among Greek-Americans
New Balkan Politics (2005)
  • Constantine P. Danopoulos, San Jose State University
  • Anna Karpathakis, City University of New York
Abstract

The article looks at the self-identity of Greek immigrants in the U.S. and incorporation of American racial ideologies into their racial repertoires. It recognizes Greek Americans for creating a national and racial framework that blends elements of both home and host society institutions and ideologies. It recalls the arrival of thousands of Greek immigrants in the U.S. in the 20th century. The increasing inter-marriage rates between Greek immigrants and Greek Americans are also noted.

Publication Date
2005
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Citation Information
Constantine P. Danopoulos and Anna Karpathakis. "Racial and Ethnic Attitudes and Individual Relatedness Among Greek-Americans" New Balkan Politics Vol. 9 (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/constantine_danopoulos/7/