Further reading on 'mixed' families
Bauer, E. (2010), The Creolisation of London Kinship: Mixed African-Caribbean and White British Extended Families 1950-2003. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Caballero, C. (2007), ‘“Mixed” Families: Assumptions and New Approaches’, in Jesssica Sims (ed.), Mixed Heritage – Identity, Policy and Practice, 22-24. London: The Runnymede Trust:
Caballero, C. (forthcoming). Mixed Emotions: reflections on researching racial mixing and mixedness.
Caballero, C., R. Edwards & S. Puthussery (2008), Parenting ‘Mixed’ Children: Negotiating Difference and Belonging in Mixed Race, Ethnicity and Faith Families. London: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Caballero, C., R. Edwards, D, Smith (2008b). ‘Cultures of Mixing: Understanding partnerships across ethnicity’. Twenty - First Century Society, 3 (1): 49-63.
Goulbourne, H., Reynolds, T., Solomos, J. & Zontini, E. (2010). Transnational Families: Ethnicities, identities and social capital. London: Routledge.
Lehmiller, J. J., & Agnew, C. R. (2006). Marginalized relationships: The impact of social disapproval on romantic relationship commitment. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32(1), 40-51.
Panico, L., & Nazroo, J. Y. (2011). The social and economic circumstances of mixed ethnicity children in the UK: findings from the Millennium Cohort Study. Ethnic and Racial Studies, DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2011.556745
Song, M. (2010). Does ‘race’ matter? A study of ‘mixed race siblings’ identifications. The Sociological Review, 58(2), 265-285.
Twine, F. W. (1999), ‘Transracial Mothering and Antiracism: The Case of White Birth Mothers of “Black” Children in Britain’, Feminist Studies 25 (3): 729-746.
Twine, F. W. (2004) ‘A white side of black Britain: The concept of racial literacy’, Ethnic and Racial Studies 27 (6): 878-907.
Wong, M. K. B. G. (2009) Strengthening connections in interracial marriages through pre-marital inventories: A critical literature review. Contemporary Family Therapy, 31, 251-261.