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11/11/11 W131 Annotated Bibliography How do predetermined prejudices effect the alienation of groups in American Society? Asamen, Joy K., and Gordon L. Berry. "Self-Concept, Alienation, and Perceived Prejudice: Implications for Counseling Asian Americans." Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development 15.4 (1987): 146-60. American Psychological Center . Web. 16 Nov. 2011. This journal entry explains how Asian-American’s are affected by predetermined prejudices from a majority culture and how that develops feelings of alienation by the groups. These findings were proven through a sociodemographic questionnaire, a perceived prejudice scale, an index of perceived inequality, and the Tennessee self-concept scale. Asamen and Berry’s article describes the consequence of prejudices and how that group is affected by those prejudices, which closely resemble Cabrera and Nora’s article about minority college students feeling alienated by teachers and fellow students. This article will be useful in creating a link between prejudice and how it affects a certain group in American Society. Cabrera, Alberto F., and Amaury Nora. "College Students' Perceptions of Prejudice and Discrimination and Their Feelings of Alienation: A Construct Validation Approach.
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