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discursively-situated assumptions in the present. This framework helps in the methods of duoethnography, where the dialogical exchange can lay bare normative rules and unexamined educative moments, opening space for new interpretations.
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Conventional demography analyses lack a framework that illuminates how systemic racism shapes trends in family formation or outcomes of Black family members. Family scholars and demographers, methodologically, approach research from a Eurocentric frame that privileges the benefits of nuclear family forms