What's sex got to do with race? With ethnicity? With nationalism?
Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. The two scales correlated highly with each other. The sex and ethnic identity main effects were statistically significant on both scales, and the AWS yielded a significant Sex by Ethnic Identity interaction, while the FEM did not.
The second was to study whether the association between satisfaction with one's sexual life and ethnicity remained after controlling for possible confounders such as marital status, HbA1c, medication, and presence of other diseases. No significant ethnic differences were found in the outcome. Those with other diseases had an OR 1.
Ethnic identity development or ethnic-racial identity ERI development includes the identity formation in an individual's self-categorization in, and psychological attachment to, an ethnic group s. Ethnic identity is characterized as part of one's overarching self-concept and identification. It is distinct from the development of ethnic group identities. With some few exceptions, ethnic and racial identity development is associated positively with good psychological outcomes, psychosocial outcomes e.
Jump to navigation. Colleges and universities increasingly embrace diversity in its multiple forms, and many have established diversity as an important institutional value. Each of these is a noble objective.
This section includes papers mostly focused on racial-ethnic identity. Papers are intended for educational use. OysermanD.
Keyona M. JarrettMarquette University Follow. This mixed methods study examined the influences of acculturation e.
Migrant workers have been shown to be at a heightened level of risk for HIV, and ethnic identity has been posited to have an impact on engagement in risky sexual behaviors. Our longitudinal study examined associations between baseline and short term changes in ethnic identity and high-risk sexual behaviors. However, ethnic identity had no bearing on changes in risky sexual behaviors.
This article delves into the complexity of ethnic identities in different national spaces and explores the emergence of panethnicity in the United States, which has become a phenomenon of significant sociological importance since the early s. This essay argues that such panethnicity can come from above, from state action to gather distinct national and ethnic identities, or it can come from below, from communities that band together for a common purpose. It tells of an act of miscommunication between a Mexican immigrant traveling north and a U. Border Patrol officer trying to stem that flow.