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Modern societal impacts of the model minority stereotype / edited by Nicholas D. Hartlep.

By: Hartlep, Nicholas Daniel [speaker.].
Contributor(s): IGI Global [production company.].
Material type: FilmFilmSeries: Global Video Streaming.Description: 1 streaming video (64 minutes) : sound, colour.Content type: two-dimensional moving image | spoken word Media type: electronic Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781466695887; 1466695889.Other title: Impact of the model minority stereotype on modern society [Title from web site:].Subject(s): Model minority stereotype | Asian Americans -- Social conditionsGenre/Form: Educational films.DDC classification: 303.385 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Section 1. Stereotypes of Asian/Americans -- Section 2. Asian/Americans as others -- Section 3. Anti-model minority resistance -- Section 4. Impacts of the model minority stereotype.
Summary: The model minority stereotype is the terminology used for a common form of racism that portrays Asians and Asian-Americans as being predominantly hard-working and academically successful. Despite the overwhelming social, ethical, as well as psychological consequences of the model minority stereotype, it remains a consistent element of contemporary media, entertainment, and culture. This video series explores the concept and implications of the model minority stereotype within the context of American culture as well as Asian and Asian-American populations. Highlighting current social issues and the influence of the media and popular culture as well as identity formation and new forms of racism in American Society, this video is an excellent educational resource for researchers, educational administrators, professionals, and students in various disciplines.
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HM1096 .H275 2016 (Browse shelf) https://ezproxy.uttyler.edu/login?url=http://services.igi-global.com/resolvedoi/resolve.aspx?doi=10.4018/978-1-4666-9588-7 Available ocn919337345

Section 1. Stereotypes of Asian/Americans -- Section 2. Asian/Americans as others -- Section 3. Anti-model minority resistance -- Section 4. Impacts of the model minority stereotype.

The model minority stereotype is the terminology used for a common form of racism that portrays Asians and Asian-Americans as being predominantly hard-working and academically successful. Despite the overwhelming social, ethical, as well as psychological consequences of the model minority stereotype, it remains a consistent element of contemporary media, entertainment, and culture. This video series explores the concept and implications of the model minority stereotype within the context of American culture as well as Asian and Asian-American populations. Highlighting current social issues and the influence of the media and popular culture as well as identity formation and new forms of racism in American Society, this video is an excellent educational resource for researchers, educational administrators, professionals, and students in various disciplines.

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