Asian American Identity Development: A Culture Specific Model for South Asian Americans
Ethnic identity development of South Asian Americans, primarily Indian and Pakistan Americans is explored. Cultural identity is placed in the context of the social, psychological, political, and historical context of the Indian subcontinent and the United States. A framework for understanding South Asian American identity development is proposed for both the immigrant, and the native born. Cultural and gender identity, and the worldview of South Asian Americans is also addressed.
Ibrahim, Farah A.; Ohnishi, Hifumi; and Sandhu, Days Singh, "Asian American Identity Development: A Culture Specific Model for South Asian Americans" (1997). Counseling Faculty Publications. 122.