Member Publication: The Roots of Anti-Asian Racism in the U.S.: The Pandemic and ‘Yellow Peril’
Alexa Alice Joubin, "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
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.
Full text: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/348521874_The_Roots_of_Anti-Asian_Racism_in_the_US_The_Pandemic_and_'Yellow_Peril'_Global_Social_Security_Review_Vol_15_Winter_2020_50-59_migug-ui_ban-asia_injongchabyeoljuuiui_geun-won_paendemiggwa_'hwanghwalo
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