Race, class and identity — key ethnic issues of the 1980s — have been analyzed from various disciplinary perspectives, and Martinez's article is a contribution to the growing number of written assessments concerning racism and classism in the United States. His research explores the psychological and social perceptions of color, race, identity, and class among Puerto Ricans living in the United States and in Puerto Rico.

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