The stereotype, which gained notori Lee, Stacey J. Unraveling the Model Minority Stereotype: Listening to. .To further unravel the stereotype, Lee spends much of her book discussing the complexities of race relations and racial identity for Asian-Americans.
The stereotype, which gained notori Lee, Stacey J. Unraveling the Model Minority Stereotype: Listening to Asian American Youth. Teachers College Press, 1996. While Asian-American students’ classmates, teachers and advisors viewed all Asians as part of the same ethnic group, Lee found that Asian-American students formed four very distinct groups: Korean, Asian, New Wavers and ified.
Stacey Lee's book Unraveling the "model minority" stereotype (2nd e. is based on her . is based on her 1989 ethnographic study of an urban public high school . She explains how this stereotype serves to manipulate Asian American students, contributes to interracial tension in schools, maintains the dominant status of Whites, and diverts the focus away from White racism.
racial discrimination against immigrant minorities) intersecting with issues of social class. Xue Lan Rong, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Stacey Lee is one of the most powerful and influential scholarly voices to challenge the 'model minority' stereotype. racial discrimination against immigrant minorities) intersecting with issues of social class
This book set in motion much-needed interest in the model minority myth as a topic vital to understanding the educational achievement of Asian American youth.
This book set in motion much-needed interest in the model minority myth as a topic vital to understanding the educational achievement of Asian American youth. In this update to her groundbreaking work, Stacey Lee explores the continuing significance of the model minority stereotype in the wake of legislation that has dramatically altered the landscape of education.
Stacey Lee (1996), Unraveling the Model Minority Stereotype
Stacey Lee (1996), Unraveling the Model Minority Stereotype. The book centers on the experiences of students from four Asian American identity groups: Korean-identified students; Asian- identified students; Asian American identified students; and "New Wavers," a group Lee describes as personifying a culture of resistance to extant racial/ethnic identities. Accordingly, she notes that these four groups are categorized based on the students' levels of racial identity and pride, levels of acculturation, cultural orientations (values, beliefs, behaviors), and attitudes toward school and achievement.
Asian American Youth - Education (Secondary). Stacey J. Lee. Format. New York : Teachers College Press, c1996. Asian American Youth - Social Conditions. Asian American Youth - Ethnic Identity.