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
Cultural psychology of immigrants: An introduction
R Mahalingam
Cultural psychology of immigrants, 1-12, 2013
Culture, essentialism, immigration and representations of gender
R Mahalingam, J Leu
Theory & Psychology 15 (6), 839-860, 2005
Engendering immigrant psychology: An intersectionality perspective
R Mahalingam, S Balan, J Haritatos
Sex Roles 59, 326-336, 2008
Essentialism, power, and the representation of social categories: A folk sociology perspective
R Mahalingam
Human Development 50 (6), 300-319, 2007
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
Peersonal cognitive development and its implications for teaching and learning
M Ferrari, R Mahalingam
Educational Psychologist 33 (1), 35-44, 1998
Transnational ties and mental health of Caribbean immigrants
EJ Murphy, R Mahalingam
Journal of Immigrant Health 6, 167-178, 2004
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
Multicultural curriculum: New directions for social theory, practice, and policy
R Mahalingam, C McCarthy
Routledge, 2013
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
“They really don't want to see us”: How cleaners experience invisible ‘dirty’work
VC Rabelo, R Mahalingam
Journal of Vocational Behavior 113, 103-114, 2019
Essentialism, culture, and beliefs about gender among the Aravanis of Tamil Nadu, India
R Mahalingam
Sex Roles 49, 489-496, 2003
Perceived congruence between expectations and outcomes: Implications for mental health among Caribbean immigrants
EJ Murphy, R Mahalingam
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 76 (1), 120-127, 2006
Gender, sexuality, language, and migration
OM Espín
Cultural psychology of immigrants, 257-274, 2013
Black immigrants to the United States: Confronting and constructing ethnicity and race
TT Tormala, K Deaux
Cultural psychology of immigrants, 131-150, 2013
Beliefs about chastity, machismo, and caste identity: A cultural psychology of gender
R Mahalingam
Sex Roles 56, 239-249, 2007
Decasticization, dignity, and ‘dirty work’at the intersections of caste, memory, and disaster
R Mahalingam, S Jagannathan, P Selvaraj
Business Ethics Quarterly 29 (2), 213-239, 2019
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
Idealized cultural beliefs about gender: Implications for mental health
R Mahalingam, B Jackson
Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology 42, 1012-1023, 2007
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