Identity development in interracial, Asian/white late adolescents: Must it be so problematic?

  title={Identity development in interracial, Asian/white late adolescents: Must it be so problematic?},
  author={K J Grove},
  journal={Journal of youth and adolescence},
  volume={20 6},
The present study examines the extent to which Asian/white late adolescents are an at-risk group whose identity development is significantly different from Asian or white identity development. The centrality of race and ethnicity to Asian/white identity formation is also explored. Fifty-one Asian/white, Asian, and white college students were administered Marcia's Identity Interview (1966), with a section on race, and Mar's Asian Values Scale (1988). Asian/white subjects did not possess… CONTINUE READING

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