First we explain the challenges of multiminority status, then review distinctions between race, ethnicity, and culture in order to differentiate among racially, ethni.y, and culturally mixed individuals. Next we discuss some developmental complications of racial, ethnic, and cultural mixing.. - This study presents a measure of "cultural homelessness" Vivero Jenkins, 1999 , a construct developed to explain the experiences of some individuals having early-life immersion in more than one culture. Culturally homeless individuals report pervasive experiences of "being different": mixed racial, . - Cite this.le. Cultural homelessness, multiminority status, ethnic iden.y development, and self esteem. Appears In. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, v.35, no.6, 2011 Nov, p.791 14 ISSN: 0147-1767 . Author. Navarrete, Veronica; Jenkins, Sharon Rae. Published. Elsevier B.V., 2011 Nov..Managing two cultural iden.ies the malleability of bicultural iden.y integration as a function of induced global or local processing. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38, 233-246. Navarrete, V., Jenkins, S. R. 2011 . Cultural homelessness, multiminority status, ethnic iden.y development, and self-esteem..
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The experiences examined included: living in a racially or ethni.y mixed household e.g., growing up with a racial minority nanny ; cross-cultural geographic moves; speaking more than one language; prolonged different-culture experiences e.g., being a missionary's child ; and other racial, ethnic, or cultural differences between the .
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Cultural homelessness CH measure was developed and tested. CH risk factors: mixed race-ethnic-cultural heritage, cross-cultural immersion. Ambiguous .