Model Minority Myth Revisited: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Demystifying Asian American Educational Experiences (Google eBook)
A volume in the Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association Book Series Series Editor Jinfa Cai, University of Delaware This is the first in the book series on educational research sponsored by Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association (CAERDA, www.caerda.org). Since its inception in 1992, CAERDA has dedicated itself to the improvement of educational research and development of Chinese in North America and around the globe. In 2006, CAERDA launched its landmark project to start a book series on critical issues and contemporary trends in the educational landscape of Chinese and Chinese Americans. The purpose of this book series is to promote excellence and equity for all, with research and educational implications from studies on Chinese and Chinese American education or studies by Chinese and Chinese American scholars and practitioners. The CAERDA book series has three unique features. First, each book has a focused theme with multidisciplinary perspectives structured in an integrated framework. This interdisciplinary approach encourages participation and collaboration across disciplinary boundaries. Second, each book addresses educational issues not only within its focus on Chinese and Chinese Americans but also in relation to a larger context or environment where Chinese and Chinese Americans are only a part of it. As such, the book series provides both insider's and outsider's perspectives on the educational challenges we face today and in the years to come.
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MYTHS AND REALITIES OF ASIAN AMERICAN SUCCESS Reassessing and Redefining the Model Minority Stereotype
THE MODEL MINORITY STRUGGLING IN COLLEGE Voices of WorkingClass Chinese Americans
COMMUNITY ETHNIC IDENTITY AND SOCIAL DISCOURSE Case Study of the Impact of the Model Minority Myth on a Suburban Chinese Am...
CAREER AND WORK IMPLICATIONS OF THE MODEL MINORITY MYTH AND OTHER STEREOTYPES FOR ASIAN AMERICANS
PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF MODEL MINORITY ON ASIAN AMERICANS
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN CHINESE PARENTS AND SPECIAL EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS IN IEP MEETINGS Implications for the Educ...
OTHER PEOPLES SUCCESS Impact of the Model Minority Myth on Underachieving Asian Students in North America
WHITHER THE WHIZ KIDS WENT Asian American Students Transition to College
RESEARCHER ROLES RELATIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS IN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDIES OF ASIAN AMERICAN STUDENTS
COPING WITH METHODOLOGICAL PROBLEMS IN QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH ON MODEL MINORITY
METHODOLOGICAL CONFOUNDING IN CROSSCULTURAL RESEARCH Issues of Instrumentation and Analysis in Demystifying the Asian Succ...
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MODEL MINORITY STORY Understanding Psychological and Social Adjustment of Chinese American Students
RACIAL CLIMATE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS IN ASIAN AMERICANS The Question of Multiple Identities
WHERE CHINESE AMERICAN STUDENTS MIGHT FALL SHORT What the Model Minority Debate Might Have Missed
METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN MODEL MINORITY RESEARCH Where Do We Go from Here?
POLICY IMPLICATIONS OF MODEL MINORITY EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
academic achievement academic success acculturation achievement gap African American American community American Educational analysis Andy Andy's anxiety Asian Ameri Asian American students Asian American studies Asian American youths Asian immigrants Asian students behavior campus challenges Chinese American students Chinese immigrant college students context cultural discrimination diverse Educational Research ethnic groups ethnic identity ethnic minority European American experiences factors grades high school IEP meetings immigrant parents impact issues Japanese Journal Korean language Latino learning Leong Louie mainstream math ment mental health methodological Minority Myth Revisited model minority myth model minority stereotype Myth Revisited non-Asian students Okazaki Pacific Islanders participants peer performance perspectives problems professionals psychological qualitative research racial climate racism reported role sample score significant social capital socioeconomic Statistics status stereotype of Asian teachers tion transition to college U.S. Census Bureau U.S. Department University Wang Wen Ho Lee York Zhou