Unraveling the ''Model Minority'' Stereotype



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 In An Expanded Introduction And Conclusion, Lee Looks At Recent Research To Uncover The Ways In Which The Larger Structures Of Race And Class Play Out In The Lives Of Asian American High School Students The Text Presents The Experiences Of These Students In Their Own Words, Providing A Uniquely Authentic Inside Perspective On Identity And Inter Ethnic Relations In An American Community This Second Edition Is Essential Reading For Anyone Interested In Asian American Youth And Their Experience In U.S Schools.Unraveling the ''Model Minority'' Stereotype

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  • Paperback
  • 163 pages
  • Unraveling the ''Model Minority'' Stereotype
  • Stacey Lee
  • English
  • 08 November 2018
  • 9780807749739

10 thoughts on “Unraveling the ''Model Minority'' Stereotype

  1. says:

    As an educator, this ethnographic study shook me to the core It brilliantly articulated all that I know about education as a student, as a practitioner and as an African American who navigated various American institutions throughout my academic career Not only did Lee extrapolate the model minority stereotype from inception to perpetuation to now guardianship by the very group to which it harms, but she also brings to light the educators role in the continued perpetuation of not just the model minority stereotype, but the use of that stereotype to highlight the inferiority of oppressed and marginalized students of other minoritized groups If you consider yourself an educator, and you truly care about the impact you have on ALL students, read this I finished it in one d...

  2. says:

    We need to rid this model minority stereotype Insightful to know that it was created during the Civil Rights Movement, used to delegitimize claims of inequality made by other racial minorities Lee 8 Not only created intentionally to place the blame of low achievement on certain racial groups, it presents dangers to identity preservation.Someone telling me about myself strange, yet rivet...

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