By Nancy A. Denton, Stewart E. Tolnay
Demographers discover inhabitants variety within the usa.
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8%. 3%, respectively. 3% due to a relatively high degree of outmarriage and a propensity for those outmarried couples to state that the child is White non-Hispanic. Overall, Hispanics as a whole grow by more than 25% while Asian groups all decline in the simulation. This is due to relatively high levels of intermarriage and to a substantial number of intermarried couples of different Asian groups who state that their children are not Asian, and to intermarried Hispanic parents absorbing their multiethnic children as Hispanic.
8 million in 1990, a growth rate of 45%. This probably reflects a growing number of Hispanic Origin people who wish to report their Hispanic origin on the race question, and for whom it is speculated the race question categories seem inappropriate (McKenney and Cresce, 1993:207). 5 million, with 15,359,073 listing it as their only race and the remainder listing it in combination with other races. 8% of those who listed “Other” in combination with one or more other races. The ancestry question also showed considerable changes between 1980 and 1990, which are most likely due to individuals changing their responses.
S. society. In addition to focusing on one specific group, we can also gain from contemplating both the past and the future in our attempts to understand current population diversity. How different are these issues from those we have faced in the past? What does the nature of this diversity imply for our definition of ourselves as a nation? While the demographic focus of this volume offers little direct evidence on either of these questions, the discussion of the demo- Introduction 17 graphic diversity in each of these chapters serves to bring these issues into sharp relief.
American Diversity: A Demographic Challenge for the Twenty-First Century by Nancy A. Denton, Stewart E. Tolnay