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António Feliciano (19 January 1922, Covilhã - 14 December 2010 Ourense, Spain) former Portuguese footballer who played for Belenenses, as a defender.Feliciano made his debut for Portugal against Spain in A Coruña, in a 2-4 defeat.

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Existing research suggests that racial appearance influences Latinos’ socioeconomic outcomes due to discrimination.However, researchers have not examined how Latinos’ perceived race relates to their acceptance of other racial/ethnic groups, thus revealing their agency in the assimilation process and how it is shaped by existing racial structures.Using a sample of over 6000 profiles collected from an internet dating website, this study finds that considering others’ classifications of race in addition to self-identifications changes our understanding of Latinos’ acceptance of other racial/ethnic groups as dates.Latinos who appear White are most likely to exclude Blacks and include Whites as possible dates while the opposite is true for those classified as Black.Latinos perceived Latino fall somewhere in between those with a White versus Black racial phenotype in their acceptance of Blacks and Whites.These findings suggest that neither external classifications nor self-identifications of race alone can adequately assess the assimilation prospects of self-identified Latinos: those perceived as White may be assuming the position of Whites in the racial hierarchy, those perceived as Black may be assimilating into the bottom of the racial hierarchy along with African Americans, while those perceived as Latino may be maintaining an in-between status.