Reece's article accepted by "The Review of Black Political Economy"
Thursday, June 4, 2015
Robert Reece's article, "What are You Mixed with: the Effect of Multiracial Identification on Perceived Attractiveness" was recently accepted for publication by "The Review of Black Political Economy" and is now available online. This research explores how multiracial identification shapes perceived attractiveness of black people in the United States. The results show that even when controlling for skin tone and other phenotypic characteristics, like hair and eye color, black people who identify as multiracial are perceived as more attractive than those who identify as single-race.