This tussle has created an opiniated war on the values the Caucasian parents

This tussle has created an opiniated war on the

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society. This tussle has created an opiniated war on the values the Caucasian parents are impacting on the black children whom they have adopted. Aguayo, (2010) emphasized whereas the adoption has a significant impact on social conformity of the black children, the African- American still believes that children raised in white homes have a healthy racial identity. The reason behind this concept according to Aguayo, (2010) is that historically the adaptation program has always placed children based on their ethnicity. However, with more Caucasian couple becoming infertile, black children were later adopted transracially (Aguayo, 2010). Social conformity of the adopted children remains a social issue that Aguayo, (2010) tries to established by researching on the attitudes of both sides. Aguayo, (2010) further acknowledge that transracial adaptation affects the children. They take long to adjust in their foster homes as compared to the whites. Besides, Aguayo, (2010) reports the stereotype that African American do not adopt is biased and it’s there because the media doesn’t show that its being measured or researched (Aguayo, 2010). To change the topic, marriage is another significant aspect of social conformity. Moffett, (2018) noted that socio-cultural experience greatly shapes or define individuals’ perspectives on interracial relationships. Mostly these experiences are derived from the source of the family. Moffett, (2018) emphasizes that the need to integrate ethnic-racial socialization experience is vital in shaping the marriage life of the African American and those of the Caucasian descent. Most beliefs are often families discriminating when it comes to marriage between the black and
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RACE AND THE NATURE OF SOCIAL CONFORMITY 4 the whites. Besides, Moffett, (2018) acknowledges that the early stage experience of the children determines their receptive to marrying from the black community. She furthers noted that the egalitarian beliefs which are incorporated during the goring stage have a positive impact when it comes to marrying s an African American couple (Moffett, 2018) In addition, Moffett, (2018) sees racism as a trained aspect since no one is born a racist. From this research it is established that the parents are the hindrance towards a Caucasian- African American union. She views racial discrimination as a “Symptomatic of racially superior ideology, a belief that all member of a race has inherent characters …. Which are rendered as inferior or superior, as compared to another race” Moffett, (2018). What Moffett, (2018) tries to evaluate the conformity to social pressures especially among the whites and the black. Even
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