Living in Two Worlds: Success and the Bicultural Faculty of Color. (2003)

ABSTRACT. The University of Hawaii faculty interviewed in this study provide a glimpse of the factors that they think influenced their success and identify a bicultural stance that helps them surmount institutional barriers and balance the demands of a faculty career. The research design used the grounded theory approach to build theory, incorporating a guiding conceptual framework as an initial way to generate interview questions and provide an initial coding schema, and acculturation theory to help understand the career development and success of faculty of color. The findings confirm the existence of variables that influenced the career choice and academic success of the scholars

Sadao, K. C. (2003). Living in two worlds: Success and the bicultural faculty of color. The Review of Higher Education, 26(4), 397–418.

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