Frontiers of Asian American studies: writing, research, and commentary
Washington State University Press, Aug 1, 1989 - History - 341 pages
Discusses topics that include the rural dimensions of Asian American Studies, consciousness of race and racism among South Asians, the Vietnamese American business community, changes in Korean American family relationships, barriers to upward mobility for Asian American professionals, anti-Asian American violence, and the responsibilities of Asian American journalists.
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