The authors explore collective action among Asian Americans participating in a panethnic student organization. Based on a qualitative case study, the authors note forms of discrimination faced by Asian American students along with collective action designed to challenge the campus racial climate. Additionally, the authors discuss three dimensions of panethnicity: political, cultural, and social. The findings primarily derive from formal interviews with 16 students.
|Number of pages
|Journal of College Student Development
|Published - Nov 2002
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