These children will grow up with increased psychological stress, which is already severe enough during maturation. D.) and medical doctor, believes that the properly adjusted child passes through a period of satellization.
The child will meet with unacceptance from both social groups of the parents. The phase of satellization is one of parental identification for the child.
Miller’s father blatantly did not approve of his daughter dating a white male.
The fact was that her father most likely had a fear of whites from the racism he experienced as a young Chinese man growing up in America.
Unfortunately, these dissimilarities which begin to become insignificant to the couple are glaring to their families and society.
The non-satellizer encounters increased social barriers and problems which the satellized child never encounters.
He was afraid that his daughter would experience the same racism and discrimination he had gone through, and thus did not want his daughter to have relations with a Caucasian.
His behavior is understandable considering his past encounters with whites, and this is one of the reasons parents are apprehensive about intermarriage.
fall in love, neither differences in race nor religion can prevent them from tying the knot.
Mixed couples become almost blind to their polar lifestyles and backgrounds after forming a serious relationship.