Talk:Bicultural identity

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Elyse Diaz & Thelma Terrero October 22, 2012 Outline of Writing Plan

The article we chose on Bicultural Identity does not contain enough information. It needs define Bicultural Identity in the first line. It also doesn’t have any subheading so the structure is not clear. The links are not demonstrated throughout the article, but rather condensed in the beginning. The quote mentioned at the beginning of the article is not cited properly within the article. They don’t equally represent examples of other cultures besides Asian Americans.

To Do List 1. Define the term Bicultural Identity in a elaborate fashion. 2. Remove examples in the first paragraph 3. Remove the “second generation Indian American” quote. 4. Make heading for BII, Cultural Framing Switching, and different cultures such as Hispanic American, Asian American, & African American. 5. Make a heading for Immigrant experience related to bicultural identity. 6. Make a heading for language and its relation to bicultural identity. 7. Add pictures representing bicultural identities. 8. Impact section with subheadings for how biculturalism influences your social interactions, academics or attitudes towards education, & everyday choices such as food or clothing style. 9. Links on Multiculturalism, Racial Integration, Immigration, Multilingualism, 10. Make a heading for Integration 11. Add a content box 12. Add a “See Also” section

Citations Chae, M. H., & Foley, P. F. (2010). Relationship of ethnic identity, acculturation, and psychological well-being among Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Americans. Journal of Counseling & Development, 88(4), 466-476. Friedman, R., Liu, W., Chi, S. S., Hong, Y., & Sung, L. (2012). Cross-cultural management and bicultural identity integration: When does experience abroad lead to appropriate cultural switching? International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 36(1), 130-139. Lou, E., Lalonde, R. N., & Wilson, C. (2011). Examining a multidimensional framework of racial identity across different biracial groups. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 2(2), 79-90. Mok, A., & Morris, M. W. (2012). Managing two cultural identities: The malleability of bicultural identity integration as a function of induced global or local processing. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38(2), 233-246. Rutland, A., Cameron, L., Jugert, P., Nigbur, D., Brown, R., Watters, C., . . . Le Touze, D. (2012). Group identity and peer relations: A longitudinal study of group identity, perceived peer acceptance, and friendships amongst ethnic minority english children. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 30(2), 283-302. Torres, V., Martinez, S., Wallace, L. D., Medrano, C. I., Robledo, A. L., & Hernandez, E. (2012). The connections between latino ethnic identity and adult experiences. Adult Education Quarterly, 62(1), 3-18. — Preceding unsigned comment added by ThelmaT (talkcontribs) 23:26, 18 October 2012 (UTC)

These are all excellent edits and suggestions. I also encourage you to make sure to relate it to this course's focus on personality. Looking forward to it! -EM Testaccountpy242 (talk) 17:05, 7 November 2012 (UTC)