• "The Roots of Anti-Asian Racism in the U.S.: The Pandemic and ‘Yellow Peril’." Global Social Security Review Vol. 15 (Winter 2020): 50-59

    Author(s):
    Alexa Alice Joubin (see profile)
    Date:
    2020
    Group(s):
    LLC East Asian, LLC Modern and Contemporary Chinese, RSA HC Advisory Team
    Subject(s):
    Critical race theory, Asian-American studies
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    anti-Asian racism, COVID-19, pandemic, yellow peril
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/1g9v-9593
    Abstract:
    Scroll down to read the Korean, followed by English, versions :::::: COVID-19 has exacerbated anti-Asian racism—the demonization of a group of people based on their perceived social value—in the United States in the cultural and political life. Offering strategies for inclusion during and after the pandemic, this article analyzes the history and language of racism, including the notion of yellow peril. Racialized thinking and racial discourses are institutionalized as power relations, take the form of political marginalization of minority groups, and cause emotional distress and physical harm. COVID-19로 인해 미국에서는 사람들이 인식하는 사회적 가치를 기반으로 특정 집단을 악마화하는 반아시아인종주의가 문화와 정치적 삶에서 심화되고 있다. 본 내용은 코로나 팬데믹 기간 동안 그리고 그 이후 포용에 대한 전략을 제시하고 황화(yellow peril)에 대한 개념 등 인종차별주의의 역사와 언어를 분석한다. 인종차별적사고와 인종 담론은 권력 관계로서 자리를 잡게 되고 소수집단을 정치적 비주류로 만들며 정서적 고통과 신체적피해를 유발한다. :::::: Published by the Korean Institute for Health and Social Affairs
    Notes:
    ISSN: 25860844
    Metadata:
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    Status:
    Published
    Last Updated:
    10 months ago
    License:
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