Neil Visalvanich: “Asian American Political Candidates: An Experimental View” – April 21, 2015

 

As America becomes more diverse, voters have been exposed to an increasingly diverse array of political candidates. This has made the study of the effect of race on minority candidacies more relevant than ever before. Scholars have found that race negatively affects black and Latino political candidates, yet the effect of racial cues on the political candidacies of Asians in America remains unexplored. Visalvanich looks at the unique set of racial-political stereotypes that may afflict Asian political candidates and tests whether Asian candidates have competitive advantage or disadvantage due to their race or due to the fact that they are foreign born.

 

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