Coping with discrimination in academia : Asian-American and Christian perspectives
Rosemead School of Psychology
The current study is a phenomenological exploration of coping with perceived racial and gender discrimination experiences among 11 Asian/Asian American female faculty at various Christian universities. Participants completed a 90-min semistructured interview. Ten of the 11 women described experiences where they perceived being treated differently due to race and/or gender. Qualitative analyses of interview data revealed four themes related to coping: Proactive Coping, External Support, Personal Resources, and Spiritual Coping. The resulting themes are discussed in light of existing research, with an emphasis on the importance of understanding cultural and religious values to the study of coping
Race discrimination; Asian American women college teachers;
Asian American Journal of Psychology
DOI of Published Version
Anderson, Tamara Lynn; Hall, M. Elizabeth Lewis; and Kim, Christina L., "Coping with discrimination in academia : Asian-American and Christian perspectives" (2011). Faculty Articles & Research. 6.