Increased Self-Reported Discrimination and Concern for Physical Assault Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, and Filipino Americans

Authors

  • Sierra Ha
  • Ann T. Nguyen
  • Chloe Sales
  • Rachel S. Chang
  • Hillary Ta
  • Dr. Malathi Srinivasan
  • Dr. Sukyung Chung
  • Dr. Latha Palaniappan
  • Dr. Bryant Lin

Abstract

To investigate self-reported discrimination and concern for physical assault due to the COVID-19 pandemic among disaggregated Asian subgroups in the US.  We conducted a nationwide survey to assess self-reported discrimination and concern for physical assault due to COVID-19 across racial/ethnic groups, including diverse subgroups of Asians.

Published

2021-07-14

How to Cite

Ha, S., Nguyen, A. T. ., Sales, C., Chang, R. S. ., Ta, H. ., Srinivasan, D. M., Chung, D. S., Palaniappan, D. L., & Lin, D. B. (2021). Increased Self-Reported Discrimination and Concern for Physical Assault Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, and Filipino Americans . Journal of Asian Health, 1(1). Retrieved from https://journalofasianhealth.org/index.php/jasianh/article/view/5