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Making Meaning out of Numbers: Demographic Knowledge and Evaluations of Racial Diversity
In recent years, cultural sociologists have analyzed how "diversity" emerged as the dominant framework for discussing racial and ethnic inequality in neighborhoods, schools, and organizations. Less attention has been paid to what people actually consider "diverse". Social psychologists have studied how evaluations of racial and ethnic diversity vary systematically across individuals of different racial identities, but they have not theorized the role of socially shared reference points indoi:10.31235/osf.io/b235s fatcat:ju5maetbfvhtlppkhdn5y3tf5i