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The Model Minority Myths: Racism And Sexism Against Asian-American Community

@inproceedings{Guo2017TheMM,
  title={The Model Minority Myths: Racism And Sexism Against Asian-American Community},
  author={Ying Guo},
  year={2017}
}
This project aims to investigate the negative influences of the model minority stereotypes to Asian Americans. The model minority myth is the idea that members from a minority group with Asian heritages are considered to achieve a higher degree of educational and socioeconomic success than the average population. Asian Americans are usually perceived as model minorities who achieve high educational and socioeconomic success without many negative experiences in the U.S. However, a closer… 
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