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The Dance of Identities: Korean Adoptees and Their Journey Toward Empowerment

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Korean adoptees have a difficult time relating to any of the racial identity models because they are people of color who often grew up in white homes and communities. Biracial and nonadopted people of color typically have at least one parent whom they can racially identify with, which may also allow them access to certain racialized groups. When Korean adoptees attempt to immerse into the Korean community, they feel uncomfortable and unwelcome because they are unfamiliar with Korean customs and language. The Dance of ...

The Dance of Identities: Korean Adoptees and Their Journey Toward Empowerment 2010, University Press of Hawaii, Honolulu

ISBN-13: 9780824833718

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