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|Title: ||Development of the Asian American Racial Uplifts Scale|
|Authors: ||Cerrada, Christian|
|Keywords: ||Asian American|
|Issue Date: ||2-Jun-2010|
|Abstract: ||The development of the Asian American Racial Uplifts Scale is discussed. The range of positive race-related experiences was explored through an analysis of semi-structured interview data from 20 self-identifying Asian and Asian American students. Using constant comparative analysis, six racial uplift themes were delineated: (a) ethnic bonding, (b) overcoming obstacles, (c) globalism, (d) biculturalism, (e) mainstream regard, and (f) cultural bridging. Implications for racial and ethnic minority psychological well-being are discussed.|
|Description: ||Item removed from eCommons on 2012-05-15 at the request of the author.|
|Appears in Collections:||Human Development (HD) Theses|
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