In this study, Kimberly A. Truong and Samuel D. Museus focus on understanding strategies doctoral students of color use to respond to racism. The authors conducted semi-structured individual interviews with twenty-six participants who self-reported experiencing racism and racial trauma during doctoral studies. Analysis of the data resulted in findings that encompass three categories: internal responses, controlled responses, and external responses. These three broad themes comprise an inventory for responding to racism and racial trauma that focuses on coping and mediating relationships.
Responding to Racism and Racial Trauma in Doctoral Study: An Inventory for Coping and Mediating Relationships
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Kimberly Truong, Samuel Museus; Responding to Racism and Racial Trauma in Doctoral Study: An Inventory for Coping and Mediating Relationships. Harvard Educational Review 1 June 2012; 82 (2): 226–254. doi: https://doi.org/10.17763/haer.82.2.u54154j787323302
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