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The Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure
Ethnic identity is an important component of the self-concept and, like other aspects of identity, can be particularly salient during adolescence. Most research on ethnic identity has focused on the
Ethnic identity in adolescents and adults: review of research.
  • J. Phinney
  • Sociology
    Psychological bulletin
  • 1 November 1990
TLDR
A review of 70 studies of ethnic identity published in refereed journals since 1972 discusses the ways in which ethnic identity has been defined and conceptualized, the components that have been measured, and empirical findings.
Conceptualization and measurement of ethnic identity: Current status and future directions.
In this article, the authors examine the conceptualization and measurement of ethnic identity as a multidimensional, dynamic construct that develops over time through a process of exploration and
Stages of Ethnic Identity Development in Minority Group Adolescents
Stages of ethnic identity development were assessed through in-depth interviews with 91 Asian-American, Black, Hispanic, and White tenth-grade students, all American born, from integrated urban high
The Structure of Ethnic Identity of Young Adolescents from Diverse Ethnocultural Groups
The purpose for this study was to examine the structure and construct validity of a measure of ethnic identity among young adolescents from diverse ethnic groups. Students in sixth, seventh, and
Immigrant Youth: Acculturation, Identity, and Adaptation
Cet article presente plusieurs des principaux resultats d’une grande etude internationale sur l’acculturation et l’adaptation de jeunes immigres (âges de 13 a 18 ans) qui se sont implantes dans
When we talk about American ethnic groups, what do we mean?
American ethnic groups are often thought of as discrete categories to which people belong and that explain some aspects of psychological functioning. However, ethnicity is a complex multidimensional
Ethnic Identity, Immigration, and Well‐Being: An Interactional Perspective
On the basis of existing theory and research regarding ethnic identity and immigration and our own empirical work in four immigrant-receiving countries, we suggest an interactional model for
Immigrant Youth in Cultural Transition : Acculturation, Identity, and Adaptation Across National Contexts
Contents: K. Phalet, Foreword. Preface. J.W. Berry, J.S. Phinney, K. Kwak, D.L. Sam, Introduction: Goals and Research Framework for Studying Immigrant Youth. J.W. Berry, C. Westin, E. Virta, P.
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