Etsuko Kinefuchi

**Education: Ph.D., Arizona State University--M.A., Oregon State University--B.A., Oregon State University **Scholarly interests: Cultural identity development and negotiation, interethnic and interracial relationships, Intersection of identity sites, multiculturalism and pedagogy, transnationalism and diaspora, immigrant and refugee adaptation, building intercultural alliances.

There are 2 included publications by Etsuko Kinefuchi :

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Crash under investigation: Engaging complications of complicity, coherence, and implicature through critical analysis 2008 12769 Using a critical analytic lens, this essay examines how race, racism, and race relations depicted in the movie Crash reflect complicity, coherence, and implicature. The essay first utilizes complicity theory to offer a critical analysis of the film, ...
Situating oneself in racialized world: Understanding student reactions to Crash through standpoint theory and context-positionality frame 2008 9297 Through a thematic analysis of 136 student reactions to the movie Crash, this study examines how individuals situate themselves in terms of race, racism, and race relations in the film and how their racial locations inform this situatedness. We utili...