Components and Symbols of Ethnic Identity: A Case Study in Informal Education and Identity Formation in Diaspora
This study develops a tool which can help researchers understand the ways in which individuals perceive their own ethnic identity. The components and symbols that determine ethnic identification are analyzed. The author uncovers a structure of identity along two axes: the cognitive/affective and the specific/universal.
Name of Publication: Applied Psychology: An International Review
Page Number(s): 87-112
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Cohen, Erik H. Components and Symbols of Ethnic Identity: A Case Study in Informal Education and Identity Formation in Diaspora. Applied Psychology: An International Review. Bar-Ilan University Press. 2004: 87-112. http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=119
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