Stanley R. Bailey

Professor, Sociology
School of Social Sciences

Ph.D., UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES, 2002, SOCIOLOGY

Phone: (949) 824-6800
Email: bailey@uci.edu

University of California, Irvine
3151 Social Science Plaza
Irvine, CA 92697-5100

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Research
Interests
Race and Ethnicity (Comparative and International Perspectives), Sociology of Religion, Immigration, Latin America
   
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Publications BOOK

Bailey, Stanley R. 2009. LEGACIES OF RACE: IDENTITIES, ATTITUDES, AND POLITICS IN BRAZIL. Stanford University Press.

ARTICLES*

*Where available, electronic versions are intended solely for private individual study, scholarship, or research.

Bailey, Stanley R., Fabrício M. Fialho, and Michelle Peria. “Support for Race-Targeted Affirmative Action in Brazil.” Ethnicities, forthcoming.
OnlineFirst: DOI: 10.1177/1468796814567787.
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Bailey, Stanley R., Fabrício M. Fialho, and Andrew M. Penner. “Interrogating Race: Color, Racial Categories, and Class across the Americas.” American Behavior Scientist, forthcoming. OnlineFirst: DOI: 10.1177/0002764215613400.
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Calvillo, Jonathan E. and Stanley R. Bailey. 2015. “Latino Religious Affiliation and Ethnic Identity.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54(1):57–78.
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Peria, Michelle and Stanley R. Bailey. 2014. “Remaking Racial Inclusion: Combining Race and Class in Brazil’s New Affirmative Action.” Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies.
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Bailey, Stanley R., Aliya Saperstein, and Andrew Penner. 2014. “Race, Color, and Income Inequality across the Americas.” Demographic Research 31(24):735-756.
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Telles, Edward E. and Stanley R. Bailey. 2013. “Understanding Latin American Beliefs about Racial Inequality.” American Journal of Sociology 118 (6): 1559-1595.
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Bailey, Stanley R., Mara Loveman, and Jeronimo Muniz. 2013. “Measures of ‘Race’ and the Analysis of Racial Inequality in Brazil.” Social Science Research 42: 106–119.
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Loveman, Mara, Jeronimo Muniz, and Stanley R. Bailey. 2012. “Brazil in Black and White? Race Categories, the Census, and the Study of Inequality.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 35(8): 1466-1483.
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Bailey, Stanley R. and Michelle Peria. 2010. “Racial Quotas and the Culture War in Brazilian Academia.” Sociology Compass 4/8: 592-604.
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Bailey, Stanley R. 2009. “Public Opinion on Nonwhite Underrepresentation and Racial Identity Politics in Brazil.” Latin American Politics and Society 51(4): 69-99.
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Bailey, Stanley R. 2008. “Unmixing for Race Making in Brazil.” American Journal of Sociology 114(3): 577-614.
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Bailey, Stanley R. and Edward E. Telles. 2006. “Multiracial vs. Collective Black Categories: Census Classification Debates in Brazil.” Ethnicities 6(1): 74-101.
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Bailey, Stanley R. 2004. “Group Dominance and the Myth of Racial Democracy: Antiracism Attitudes in Brazil.” American Sociological Review 69: 728-747.
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Bailey, Stanley R. 2002. “The Race Construct and Public Opinion: Understanding Brazilian Beliefs about Racial Inequality and Their Determinants.” American Journal of Sociology 108(2): 406-439.
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Telles, Edward and Stan Bailey. 2002. “Políticas Contra o Racismo e Opinião Pública: Comparações entre Brasil e Estados Unidos.” Opinião Pública 8(1): 30-39
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Eschbach, Karl, Jacqueline Hagan, Nestor Rodriguez, Ruben Hernandez-Leon, and Stanley Bailey. 1999. “Death at the Border.” International Migration Review 33: 430-454.
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Last updated 10/21/2016