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Beyond race: Examining the cultural identity of multiracial individuals
With increasing levels of racial integration the number of mixed-race people in the US will continue to grow (Root, 1992). Mixed-race individuals defy conventional monocultural and monoracial paradigms of understanding ...
Framing and claiming: Media coverage of Hurricane Katrina
This dissertation examines the media coverage of Hurricane Katrina. A content analysis of television, newspaper, and blog coverage during the first week after the storm struck is used in three separate analyses. In the ...
Family functioning and adolescent adaptation outcomes: A comparative study of race/ethnicity and immigrant status
A review of literature has revealed that there is great inconsistency in findings on immigrant adolescents' psychological well-being and academic performance. For example, one group of studies argues that, despite the ...
Man up: African American men discuss race, masculinity, and coping with stress
This study explored the messages African American men, between the ages of 18 and 30, and 55 and older; receive about race, masculinity and coping. Qualitative interviews and post-interview phone calls were utilized. Data ...