Backlash: South Asian Immigrant Voices on the Margins (Bold Visions in Educational Research) pdf
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Backlash: South Asian Immigrant Voices On The Margins (Bold Visions In Educational Research)

This book presents yet another compelling argument about the lives and struggles of new immigrant youth in public schools and demands the attention of educators, policy- makers and academics. In the post September 11th political, economic and social climate there are silenced and forgotten young immigrants in our schools. Racist nativism, Islamophobia and hegemonic discourse have in many ways legi...

Series: Bold Visions in Educational Research (Book 25)
Hardcover: 164 pages
Publisher: Sense Publishers (November 22, 2008)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9087906838
ISBN-13: 978-9087906832
Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 0.4 x 9.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 18989489
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imized the false information and emerging stereotypes that are disseminated by popular culture and the media. From the perspective of working class Sikh youth, who have unduly borne the brunt of such hostility and racial profiling, we learn about their daily lives both in their communities and schools. The youth engaged in identity politics and occupied contradictory hybrid spaces of being neither here nor there. Attempts to transplant religious identities led to personal battles of self definition and transformation. In contrast to the available literature on the Asian American "model minority", Verma explores the working class experience of South Asian families who face downward economic mobility, limited opportunities, low academic achievement, racism and marginalization from both their communities and the mainstream public. Hidden under the umbrella of the model minority stereotype, the needs of working class South Asian youth are largely compromised as their engagement from school plummets. In the midst of shifting politics of belonging, citizenship and nation-building, the reader is drawn to listen to the personal stories, hopes and dreams of youth who face uncertain realities and doubts about the grandeur of the "American dream".