Campus Climate, Racial Threat, and the Model Minority Stereotype: Asian Americans on a College Campus Following Sensational Crimes

@inproceedings{Ball2017CampusCR,
  title={Campus Climate, Racial Threat, and the Model Minority Stereotype: Asian Americans on a College Campus Following Sensational Crimes},
  author={Daisy Ball},
  year={2017}
}
On April 16, 2007, the deadliest school shooting in US history occurred. Seung-Hui Cho, an undergraduate at Virginia Tech at the time, killed 32 people, shot and wounded 17 others, and then took his own life (Virginia Tech Review Panel 2007). A little over a year later, a Chinese student decapitated a fellow student at a coffee shop on campus. This study measures the campus climate for Asian Americans, the largest racial minority group on campus, before and after the April 16th shootings and… CONTINUE READING

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