Category Archives: Race and Ethnicity

The “Who” and “What” of Scrapbooking

This entry is part 47 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives Results

This entry is part 47 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives ResultsEach Wednesday, I write a post from my dissertation. Over the last few months, I’ve shared with you my findings from chapter five of my study. I’ve spent … Continue reading

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How Race is Considered in Scrapbooks Reflects American Culture

Each Wednesday, I write a post from my dissertation. This is the last post on race and ethnicity from my dissertation. (You can read the other two posts here and here.) The way stories are told in scrapbooks typically emphasize … Continue reading

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Color-Blind Scrapbooking

Each Wednesday, I write a post from my dissertation. Probably, one of the most interesting findings regarding race in my study was that I could observe a color-blind ideology at work. Color-blind ideology basically means a person no longer sees … Continue reading

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Race and Ethnicity and Scrapbooking

Each Wednesday, I write a post from my dissertation. Last week, I wrapped up my discussion of doing family in terms of scrapbooking. This week, I am going to begin discussion issues of race and scrapbooking. A majority of my … Continue reading

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