The model minority myth and perceptions of Asian-Americans as victims of racial harassment

Delucchi, Michael; Do, Hien Duc
September 1996
College Student Journal;Sep96, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p411
Academic Journal
Examines the response of a university community to acts of violence and harassment directed at Asian-american students. Indifference towards Asians as victims of racial intolerance as a result of community perceptions of model minorities; Case study involving a Vietnamese-American who was assaulted and battered by a white-male student in California university dormitory.


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