Code-switching is defined as the ability to switch between languages in a single conversation.
For instance, you may speak more casually at home than you do at work. But for Black people, code-switching is far more complex and can often be taxing.
Some would argue the ability to do it well is a prerequisite to success.
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Cultural invalidations and racial code-switching: What are the psychological implications?
Click here to view a presentation that “examines how cultural invalidations and racial code-switching are associated with ethnic-racial identity development, mental health, and occupational outcomes among people of color.
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