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Microaggressions Within Families: Experiences of Multiracial People

Nadal, Kevin L. ; Sriken, Julie ; Davidoff, Kristin C. ; Wong, Yinglee ; Mclean, Kathryn

Family Relations, February 2013, Vol.62(1), pp.190-201 [Rivista Peer Reviewed]

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  • Titolo:
    Microaggressions Within Families: Experiences of Multiracial People
  • Autore: Nadal, Kevin L. ; Sriken, Julie ; Davidoff, Kristin C. ; Wong, Yinglee ; Mclean, Kathryn
  • Descrizione: This study illustrates the types of multiracial microaggressions, or subtle forms of discrimination toward multiracial people, that transpire in family settings. Utilizing a Consensual Qualitative Research () Method and a Qualitative Secondary Analysis (), multiracial participants ( = 9) were interviewed in three focus groups to describe the types of microaggressions they encounter in their families. Five domains emerged including (a) isolation within the family, (b) favoritism within the family, (c) questioning of authenticity, (d) denial of multiracial identity and experiences by monoracial family members, and (e) feelings about not learning about family heritage or culture. We discuss how encouraging discussions of race and ethnicity in multiracial families is conducive to promoting healthier identities and well‐being for multiracial people.
  • Fa parte di: Family Relations, February 2013, Vol.62(1), pp.190-201
  • Soggetti: Discrimination ; Multiracial People ; Racial Microaggressions ; Racism
  • Identificativo: ISSN: 0197-6664 ; E-ISSN: 1741-3729 ; DOI: 10.1111/j.1741-3729.2012.00752.x

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