When Words Fail: Careful Framing Needed in Research on Asian Americans

https://twitter.com/karthickr/status/218073749835100163 Karthick Ramakrishnan published his commentary about the Pew report on Asian Americans on Hyphen’s website. Karthick is associate professor of political science at the University of California, Riverside, and fellow at the Wilson Center in Washington, DC. Sometimes, a two-page press release can have greater impact on race relations in the United States than … Continue reading When Words Fail: Careful Framing Needed in Research on Asian Americans

Colorlines.com: ‘Asian Americans Respond to Pew’

Great article by Julianne Hing on colorlines.com out this morning. after backlash to Pew's #asianamericans research, @colorlines attempts to uncover the real story behind the numbers http://t.co/21fOSF56 — CAA (@CAAsanfrancisco) June 21, 2012 Karthick Ramakrishnan broke it down the best I think: Numbers without context don’t help readers understand what kind of meaning they should … Continue reading Colorlines.com: ‘Asian Americans Respond to Pew’