“To See Ourselves as Others See Us”: On the Implications of Reflected Appraisals for Ethnic Identity and Discrimination

Abstract

This study examined how immigrants’ feelings of ethnic identity align with their perceptions of how other people see them, and how these reflected appraisals from others contribute to immigrants’ experience of discrimination. First-generation (N = 94) and second-generation (N = 140) Chinese Canadians completed a questionnaire which assessed their ethnic… (More)

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