Ethnic Group is a group of individuals having a common distinct culture or a subculture. The concept of ethnic group differs from that of Race as it implies that values, norms, behavior and language are the distinguishing characteristic. Ethnic groups are minority groups within other cultures.
Racial and Ethnic
Identity: Their Relationship and Their Contribution to Self-Esteem - Renee Goodstein, St. Francis College, Joseph G. Ponterotto, Fordham
Multiple regression analyses for Blacks indicated racial and ethnic identity explained a proportion of the variability in self-esteem. Multiple regression analyses for Whites indicated racial and ethnic identity variables did not contribute to the variance in self-esteem.
Ethnic Identity and Its Relation to Self-Esteem and Ego Identity Among College Students in a Multiethnic Region - Yuh, Jongil - Abstract: The role of ethnic identity in psychological adjustment. Implications for multiculturalism are discussed.
From Ethnic to
Interethnic - The Case for Identity Adaptation and Transformation -
Young Yun Kim, University of Oklahoma, Norman
Ethnic identity as morally inviolable human condition attributed to a social group identified by birth or ascription.
A Validity Study of
Scores on the Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure Based on a Sample of Academically
Talented Adolescents - Frank C. Worrell, The Pennsylvania State
Examines the validity of scores on the Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure in a group of talented adolescents attending a summer enrichment program.
Language and Ethnic
Identity: An Overview and Prologue
William B. Gudykunst, Karen L. Schmidt, Department of Communication, Arizona State University
To overview the study of language and ethnic identity. The social categorisation, the influence of social categorisations on language attitudes and social psychological aspects of language attitudes and sociolinguistic stereotype.
Moderates Perceptions of Prejudice: Judgments of Personal Versus Group Discrimination and
Subtle Versus Blatant Bias - Don Operario, University of California, San
Francisco, - Susan T. Fiske
Two studies. First, examined the relationship between ethnic identity and the personal-group discrimination. Second, examined minorities perceptions of prejudice.
The Impact of Multiple
Dimensions of Ethnic Identity on Discrimination and Adolescents' Self-Esteem -
Romero A.J.; Roberts R.E. - Journal of Applied Social
Psychology, Volume 33, Number 11, 1 November 2003
Abstract: Discussed in the context of understanding methods of coping with prejudice and discrimination in order to enhance the mental well-being of minority youth.
Why Are Latinos the Most
Uninsured Racial/Ethnic Group of US Children? A Community-Based
Study of Risk Factors for and Consequences of Being an Uninsured Latino Child
Glenn Flores, MD, Milagros Abreu, MD and Sandra C. Tomany-Korman, MS - Uninsured Latino children are more likely than insured to have no regular physician and medical care because of expense.
is an individual's membership in a distinct group and commitment to that group's values.
Ethnic identity is the subjective aspect of ethnicity. Ethnic identity in relation to
self-esteem and esteem toward others with attitudes toward ones own and also other
ethnic groups is important.
Procedural Justice and Social Regulation Across Group Boundaries: Does Subgroup Identity Undermine Relationship-Based Governance? Yuen J. Huo, University of California, Los Angeles
Among all ethnic groups there is positive correlations between measures of American and ethnic identity.
Stages of Ethnic Identity Development in Minority Group Adolescents
Jean S. Phinney, California State University, Los Angeles
Ethnic identity achieved subjects had highest scores on independent measure of ego identity and on psychological adjustment.
Ethnic Identity, Ethnic Attitudes, Self-Esteem, and Esteem toward Others among Estonian and Russian Adolescents - Aune Valk - Ethnic pride was associated with positive esteem toward others. Ethnic pride and ethnic differentiation may vary across different ethnic groups.
The Ethnic Identity,
Other-Group Attitudes, and Psychosocial Functioning of Asian American Emerging Adults From
Two Contexts - Linda P. Juang, Yunghui Lin, San Francisco State
University , Huong H. Nguyen
How types of functioning are differentially influenced by ethnic identity and group attitudes and these identities and attitudes are embedded.
Initial Investigation of Jewish Early Adolescents Ethnic Identity, Stress, and Coping
High levels of ethnic identity might heighten Jewish adolescents sensitivity to ethnic-related stressors and ethnic identity can also serve as a resource to cope with those stressors.
Toward the Theoretical Measurement of Ethnic Identity
Phillip O. Pegg, Western Kentucky University, Laura E. Plybon, Bethel College
To examine the psychometric qualities of two theoretical subscales of the Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure, Ethnic Identity Exploration and Ethnic Identity Commitment.
The Assessment of Ethnic Identity in a Diverse Urban Youth Population
Antronette K. Yancey, Carol S. Aneshensel, Anne K. Driscoll
Whites score significantly lower than African Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinos, consistent with the literature on interethnic variation in the salience of ethnic identity.
The Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure (MEIM): Psychometric Review and Further Validity Testing
Joseph G. Ponterotto, Denise Gretchen, Thomas Stracuzzi, Robert Saya, Jr., Shawn O. Utsey
Examines the psychometric strengths and limitations of a measure of ethnic identity development called the Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure.
Discourses about ethnic
group (de-)essentialism: Oppressive and progressive aspects - Verkuyten M.
Essentialism is not oppressive and that de-essentialism is not progressive.