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Cult Divers Ment Health. 1998;4(3):237-47.

Experiences and processes affecting racial identity development: preliminary results from the biracial sibling project.

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  • 1University of Washington, Seattle 98195, USA. mroot@u.washington.edu

Abstract

Siblings of mixed racial heritage often identify differently from one another. In a study of 20 sibling pairs, 4 types of experiences surfaced that appear to influence the identity process: hazing, family dysfunction, other salient identities, and the impact of integration. These experiences were explored within the framework of the ecological model of racial identity development.

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