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Alcantar, Cynthia Maribel; Rincón, Blanca E.; Espinoza, Kristine Jan – Association of Mexican American Educators Journal, 2020
This study examines the ways campus artifacts communicate Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI)- and Latinx-servingness at dually designated Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions (AANAPISIs) and Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs). Using critical ethnographic methods, the researchers collected data at three…
Descriptors: College Environment, Minority Serving Institutions, Asian American Students, Pacific Islanders
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Maffini, Cara S.; Kim-Ju, Greg M. – Youth & Society, 2018
This study examined ethnicity and ethnic identity (EI) as moderators in the relationship between self-efficacy (SE) and fighting and bullying. We sampled 315 Asian American and Latino early adolescents residing in an urban community. Results demonstrated that Latinos and male participants were more likely to engage in fighting and bullying than…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Ethnicity, Bullying, Violence
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Kam, Brandt; Mendoza, Hadrian; Masuda, Akihiko – International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 2019
The present study examined the direct and indirect experience of mental health help-seeking, mental health help-seeking attitudes, and psychological health in Latina/o American, Asian American, Black American and White American college students. Participants (mean age = 20.48 years) were 74 Latina/o American (81% women), 307 Black American (91%…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Help Seeking, Student Attitudes, Hispanic American Students
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Sperling, Rick; Zwahr-Castro, Jennifer; Cruz, Felicia; Montalvo, Jason – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2017
Previous research has shown that people often engage in cultural-deficit thinking when reasoning about racial/ethnic achievement gaps. However, it is unclear whether culture-blaming explanations are best thought of as group-level internal attributions, expressions of prejudice against a lower status group, or self-serving bias. In this study,…
Descriptors: Achievement Gap, White Students, Asian Americans, Racial Differences
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Chen, Xiaochen; Graham, Sandra – Social Psychology of Education: An International Journal, 2018
Asian American students often report lower self-esteem than their peers from other racial groups even though they are doing better academically. The current study attempted to explore this paradox from an attributional perspective. Academic achievement, self-esteem and attributions for academic failures (i.e., low ability and low effort) were…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, African American Students, White Students, Hispanic American Students
Wang-Yeung, Leilani Weichun – ProQuest LLC, 2016
This dissertation examines the gap in college enrollment between Asian Americans and Latino Americans regarding the effects of family and school factors, classifying them into the six ethnic/generational status groups (Asian American first generation, Asian American second generation, Asian American third generation and plus, Latino American first…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, Hispanic American Students, College Choice, College Attendance
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Palmer, Robert T.; Maramba, Dina C. – Journal of College Student Development, 2015
Research illustrates that the enrollments of Asian American and Latino/a students are increasing at historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs). Nevertheless, research on how these students experience the institutional climates of HBCUs is nonexistent; hence, we sought to explore the college-choice process and perceptions of campus…
Descriptors: Black Colleges, Asian American Students, Hispanic American Students, Enrollment Trends
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Wang, Cixin; Barlis, Julia; Do, Kieu Anh; Chen, Jingqiu; Alami, Sandra – School Mental Health, 2020
Adolescents are most likely to receive mental health services in schools compared to other settings; however, few studies have examined barriers to mental health help seeking at school for ethnic minority adolescents. The current mixed-methods study utilized surveys and semi-structured interviews to explore the mental health literacy (MHL),…
Descriptors: Barriers, Help Seeking, School Health Services, Asian American Students
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Maramba, Dina C.; Palmer, Robert T.; Yull, Denise; Ozuna, Taryn – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2015
Although research has shown that more Asian American and Latino students are choosing to attend historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs), no research has offered insight into what motivates students from these demographics to enroll in these institutions. Given this, the authors explored the college choice process for Asian American…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Asian American Students, Hispanic American Students, College Choice
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Shafer, Devyn; Mahmood, Maggie S.; Stelzer, Tim – Physical Review Physics Education Research, 2021
Although recent research has reported equity gains in the university-level physics classroom, there remains evidence of significant inequities by race. We conducted a series of multiple linear regressions to examine the magnitude of these inequities in introductory mechanics final exam scores. When we followed a common method of grouping students…
Descriptors: College Students, Minority Group Students, Disproportionate Representation, Asian American Students
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Conchas, Gilberto Q.; Cambero, Socorro; Delgado, Vanessa; Lee, Jess; Oseguera, Leticia – Journal of Leadership, Equity, and Research, 2021
Through a Racial Formation Framework, this article explores how Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese American first-generation college students at a large research university perceive inequality in the United States. Drawing on 129 interviews, our findings suggest that students operate under a "Racial Formation Inequality Spectrum" in which…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, First Generation College Students, Asian American Students, Korean Americans
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Palmer, Robert T.; Maramba, Dina C. – Journal of College Student Development, 2015
Research has shown that the enrollment of Asian American and Latino/a students are increasing at historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs). Nevertheless, research on how these students experience the institutional climate of HBCUs is nonexistent. Hence, this study sought to explore the college choice process and perceptions of campus…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, Hispanic American Students, College Faculty, Black Colleges
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Liu, Roseann – Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 2020
Families today are using culturally relevant pedagogy (CRP)--a social justice pedagogy that incorporates marginalized cultural practices into the classroom--to cultivate their children into future cosmopolitan professionals. Asian American, black, and Latinx families rationalize that CRP helps their children learn "a little bit of…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Family Attitudes, Educational Attitudes, Cultural Pluralism
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Cokley, Kevin; McClain, Shannon; Enciso, Alicia; Martinez, Mercedes – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2013
This study examined differences in minority status stress, impostor feelings, and mental health in a sample of 240 ethnic minority college students. African Americans reported higher minority status stress than Asian Americans and Latino/a Americans, whereas Asian Americans reported higher impostor feelings. Minority status stress and impostor…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Minority Groups, Minority Group Students, Asian American Students
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Wester, Kelly L.; Trepal, Heather C. – Journal of College Student Development, 2015
This study examined race and ethnic identity in relation to nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI). Participants included freshmen at 2 universities, who were predominantly female. Final inferential statistics examined differences across Caucasian, African American, Hispanic, Asian American, and Multiracial students, finding African Americans and Asian…
Descriptors: Self Destructive Behavior, Injuries, College Freshmen, Females
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