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Museus, Samuel D.; Park, Julie J. – Journal of College Student Development, 2015
Asian Americans are one of the most misunderstood populations in higher education, and more research on this population is warranted. In this investigation, authors sought to understand the range of ways that Asian American students experience racism on a daily basis in college. They analyzed data from 46 individual, face-to-face qualitative…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, Racial Bias, Undergraduate Students, Qualitative Research
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Johnston-Guerrero, Marc P.; Pizzolato, Jane Elizabeth – Journal of College Student Development, 2016
In a qualitative study we examined the constructs "race" and "ethnicity" and their relative importance in the multidimensional identities of 52 Asian American undergraduates across 2 universities. Findings suggest these constructs are useful for Asian American students' identity claims and that multiple contextual influences…
Descriptors: Race, Ethnicity, Asian American Students, Qualitative Research
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Chow, Candace J. – Multicultural Learning and Teaching, 2020
This article explores the role that teachers' religious identities play in the classroom, particularly as they relate to understandings of race and equity. Employing an intersectional framework, I use interview data to examine how two Asian American teachers, who emphasize how important their Christian identities are to their lives and to their…
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Minority Group Teachers, Religious Factors, Christianity
Maramba, Dina C., Ed.; Fong, Timothy P., Ed. – Stylus Publishing LLC, 2020
Between 2000 and 2015 the Asian American Pacific Islander population grew from nearly 12 million to over 20 million--at 72% percent recording the fastest growth rate of any major ethnic and racial group in the US. This book, the first to focus wholly on Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Institutions (AANAPISIs) and their…
Descriptors: Minority Group Students, Asian American Students, Pacific Islanders, American Indian Students
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Stokes, Hannah; Griner, Derek; Smith, Timothy B.; Beecher, Mark E.; Allen, G. E. Kawika; Cox, Jon; Hobbs, Klinton; Kirtley, Natalie – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2021
Limited psychological research has disaggregated the experiences of Asian American (AA) from international Asian (IA) college students seeking psychotherapy. When combined, important differences between these groups are overlooked. We examined archival data collected from AA, IA, and European American (EA) students at a large, Western, university…
Descriptors: Psychotherapy, College Students, School Counseling, Asian American Students
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Nguyen, Thai-Huy; Nguyen, Mike Hoa; Nguyen, Bach Mai Dolly; Gasman, Marybeth; Conrad, Clifton – Review of Higher Education, 2018
This article highlights the capacity of an Asian American, Native American and Pacific Islander Institution (AANAPISI) to serve as an institutional convertor--by addressing challenges commonly associated with marginalized students--for low-income, Asian American and Pacific Islander students entering college. Through an in-depth case study, we…
Descriptors: Minority Group Students, Asian American Students, American Indian Students, Pacific Islanders
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Nguyen, Jacqueline; Ferguson, Gail M. – New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 2019
Southeast Asian American (SEAA) adolescents and emerging adults navigate a multicultural, global world by utilizing cultural variability to play up and play down three cultural identities: their Asian/Asian American heritage culture, the White dominant culture in which they live, and a hip hop cultural identity. The latter is a unique cultural…
Descriptors: Music, Role, Self Concept, Asian Americans
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An, Sohyun – Theory and Research in Social Education, 2016
Compared to other groups of color, Asian Americans and their perspectives have rarely been given attention in curriculum studies. This article seeks to address the gap in the literature. It uses AsianCrit, a branch of critical race theory, as a theoretical lens to analyze and explicate common patterns across various states' scripting of Asian…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, United States History, Critical Theory, Race
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Yoon, Aimee J.; Merry, Joseph J. – Race, Ethnicity and Education, 2018
Asian Americans are the most highly educated racial group in the United States and are commonly heralded as the model minority for their high academic success. Nevertheless, previous research suggests that Asian Americans may face certain disadvantages in school settings. For example, Asian Americans' academic advantage over non-Hispanic white…
Descriptors: School Role, Asian American Students, White Students, Reading Achievement
Wang, Jonathan Y. – ProQuest LLC, 2019
The purpose of this study is to understand how the well-being of Asian American college students is formed at a highly selective, elite institution. Prillentensky's psychopolitical model of well-being and Bronfenbrenner's ecological model of development, in conjunction with Asian Critical Theory, were used as frameworks to understand the impact of…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, College Students, Selective Admission, Racial Bias
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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
Stokes, Hannah La Shell – ProQuest LLC, 2018
To date, there has not been research that disaggregates the experiences of Asian American and international Asian college students seeking psychotherapy in college campus settings. We examined archival data collected over the course of a 17-year period that focused on experiences of Asian American, international Asian, and European American…
Descriptors: School Counseling, Psychotherapy, College Students, Asian American Students
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Rodríguez, Noreen Naseem – Theory and Research in Social Education, 2018
Citizenship education is considered a primary purpose for social studies education. However, in elementary classrooms, it is often limited to the memorization of mainstream civic knowledge and learning about a handful of American heroes. This qualitative study of three Asian American educators uses Asian Critical Race Theory to explore how the…
Descriptors: Citizenship Education, Social Studies, Elementary School Students, Critical Theory
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Maramba, Dina C.; Palmer, Robert T.; Kang, Hyeyoung; Yull, Denise – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2018
The study of college choice among all students continues to be crucial in higher education. More importantly, a critical examination of understanding the influences of college choice for ethnically diverse groups may provide better guidance for colleges and universities particularly in increasing and diversifying their student populations. This…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, College Choice, Ethnic Groups, Qualitative Research
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Holloway-Friesen, Holly – Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 2018
This study examined the contribution of culture and religiosity to sense of belonging for 203 Asian American graduate university students. Religious commitment, religious struggle, and cultural congruity predicted 29% of the variance in students' sense of belonging. Supporting the hypothesis, students who felt more ethnically affirmed at their…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, Graduate Students, Religious Factors, Religion
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