Research shows that racial discrimination is related to illness among diverse racial and ethnic populations. Studies of racial discrimination and health among Asian Americans, however, remain underdeveloped. In this paper, the authors review evidence on racial discrimination and health among Asian Americans, identify gaps in the literature, and provide suggestions for future research. They identified 62 empirical articles assessing the relation between discrimination and health among Asian Americans. The majority of articles focused on mental health problems, followed by physical and behavioral problems. Most studies find that discrimination was associated with poorer health, although the most consistent findings were for mental health problems.
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Arwa Mahdawi and agencies The report found that Asian Americans would comprise 43% of of minority students, which was brought by a white woman. we are overcoming the perilous financial situation we faced. Chinese police have used facial recognition technology to locate and we took him away," police officer Li Jin told state news agency Xinhua.
L ong after the Trump Era ends, the social scientists of the future will be dealing with a chicken-or-egg question: For now, it suffices to say that such groups exist and keep a powerful grip on the social climate we all share. A few have even ascended to becoming legitimate political forces. Of these, the one that looms most urgently in the public consciousness is the alt-right.
Harvard University has a consistent history of rating Asian American applicants lower on personality traits such as likability, according to court documents filed on Friday. The filings formed part of a high-profile lawsuit accusing Harvard of discriminating against Asian Americans. The lawsuit has been brought by Students for Fair Admissions, an action group affiliated with Edward Blum, a controversial conservative who campaigns against affirmative action. According to a Students for Fair Admissions analysis of more than , applicants who applied for admission over six cycles from to , Asian Americans scored higher than other racial groups on measures like test scores, but fared less well when it came to an assessment of their personality.