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Racial awareness and the politics in play: Preschoolers and racially diverse dolls in a US classroom
The development of racial awareness begins in infancy, continues throughout early childhood, and can shape play behaviors. The present study is a case study in a US pre-kindergarten classroom. The study aimed to examine the ways in which ideas about race and gender manifested within doll play. (author abstract)
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