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PUBLICATIONS

Harnois, Catherine and Mosi A. Ifatunji. 2011. "Gendered Measures, Gendered Models: Toward an Intersectional Analysis of Interpersonal Racial Discrimination." Journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies 34:1006-1028.

Cohen, Cathy, Alexander Bell and Mosi Ifatunji (2005). Reclaiming Our Future: The State of AIDS among Black Youth in America. Black AIDS Institute.

Ifatunji, Mosi A. (2004). The Social Psychology of Race among African Americans. Black Youth Project, University of Chicago, Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture. (http://blackyouthproject.uchicago.edu/).

Bowman, Philip J, Ray Muhammad and Mosi Ifatunji (2003). Skin Tone, Class and Racial Attitudes Among African Americans. In Herring, Cedric, Verna Keith and Hayward D. Horton (Eds), Skin Deep: How Race and Complexion Matter in the "Color Blind" Era. Pp. 128 –158. Chicago, Illinois: University of Illinois Press.

UNDER REVIEW

“An Account for the Gender Gap in Perceptions of Discrimination among African Americans: Considering the Role of Gendered Measures” (Mosi Ifatunji and Catherine Harnois) Social Psychology Quarterly – Revise and Resubmit

“Socioeconomic Disparities between African American and Afro Caribbeans: Re-Examining the Role of Immigrant Selectivity” (Mosi Ifatunji) Social Problems – Revise and Resubmit

“The Afro Caribbean Model Minority Myth: Cultural Attributes and Socioeconomic Disparities Between African Americans and Afro Caribbeans” (Mosi Ifatunji) – Social Forces

MANUSCRIPTS

“Rethinking Race: Examining the White Interest in Black Ethnic Disparities” (Mosi Ifatunji)

“Education and Perceived Discrimination among African Americans: A Test of Four Mediating Mechanisms” (Mosi Ifatunji and Tyrone Forman)

“Will Racism Ever End? Rap Music, Perceived Discrimination and Youth Race Futurology” (Mosi Ifatunji, Cathy Cohen and Alexandra Moffett-Bateau)

BLOGS AND NEWSPAPERS

"Jackin' Race, Makin' All Trades: Obama and Perceived Raciality in the United States" (www.zeleza.com).

 
   
Mosi Ifatunji. Assistant Professor. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill .
Department of Sociology and Carolina Population Center.
Telephone (919) 843-6466. Email:ifatunji@unc.edu.
For the latest on race, ethnicity, migration and politics follow: @ifatunji .