Ramaswami Mahalingam
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Essentialism, culture, and power: Representations of social class
R Mahalingam
Journal of Social Issues 59 (4), 733-749, 2003
1932003
Cultural psychology of immigrants.
RE Mahalingam
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2006
1892006
Cultural psychology of immigrants.
RE Mahalingam
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2006
1892006
Culture, essentialism, immigration and representations of gender
R Mahalingam, J Leu
Theory & Psychology 15 (6), 839-860, 2005
1202005
Engendering immigrant psychology: An intersectionality perspective
R Mahalingam, S Balan, J Haritatos
Sex Roles 59 (5-6), 326-336, 2008
1062008
Peersonal cognitive development and its implications for teaching and learning
M Ferrari, R Mahalingam
Educational Psychologist 33 (1), 35-44, 1998
901998
Multicultural curriculum: New directions for social theory, practice and policy
R Mahalingam, C McCarthy
Psychology Press, 2000
872000
Multicultural curriculum: New directions for social theory, practice and policy
R Mahalingam, C McCarthy
Psychology Press, 2000
862000
Essentialism, power, and the representation of social categories: A folk sociology perspective
R Mahalingam
Human Development 50 (6), 300-319, 2007
852007
Transnational ties and mental health of Caribbean immigrants
EJ Murphy, R Mahalingam
Journal of Immigrant Health 6 (4), 167-178, 2004
852004
A multiple-group path analysis of the role of everyday discrimination on self-rated physical health among Latina/os in the USA
KM Molina, M Alegría, R Mahalingam
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 45 (1), 33-44, 2013
752013
Under the radar: The role of invisible discourse in understanding class‐based privilege
MR Sanders, R Mahalingam
Journal of Social Issues 68 (1), 112-127, 2012
752012
John Henryism, self-reported physical health indicators, and the mediating role of perceived stress among high socio-economic status Asian immigrants
J Haritatos, R Mahalingam, SA James
Social Science & Medicine 64 (6), 1192-1203, 2007
622007
Perceived congruence between expectations and outcomes: Implications for mental health among caribbean immigrants.
EJ Murphy, R Mahalingam
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 76 (1), 120, 2006
562006
Essentialism, culture, and beliefs about gender among the Aravanis of Tamil Nadu, India
R Mahalingam
Sex Roles 49 (9-10), 489-496, 2003
542003
Idealized cultural beliefs about gender: Implications for mental health
R Mahalingam, B Jackson
Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology 42 (12), 1012, 2007
522007
Beliefs about chastity, machismo, and caste identity: A cultural psychology of gender
R Mahalingam
Sex Roles 56 (3-4), 239-249, 2007
502007
Negotiating Culture and Ethnicity: Intergenerational Relations in Chinese Immigrant Families in the United States.
M Zhou
Conference on Immigrant Psychology: Rethinking Culture, Race, Class & Gender …, 2006
492006
Essentialism, power and representation of caste: A developmental study.
R Mahalingam
482000
The idealized cultural identities model on help-seeking and child sexual abuse: A conceptual model for contextualizing perceptions and experiences of South Asian Americans
SN Kanukollu, R Mahalingam
Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 20 (2), 218-243, 2011
422011
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