Asian American
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...Asian Americans American law and legal principles are based on the concepts of democracy. The citizens of the country are treated equally and there is a way to save their freedom, liberties and remain independent within their society. There is no much attention paid to racial, sexual or religion discrimination. In other words, all people are equal in spite of their national peculiarities, preferences, beliefs and so on. Is it really true in America? There is a need to give a complex and an integrative answer to this question. On the one hand, these democratic principles may sound like an echo of communism. Everything is available for everybody and there are no limits... AAS 205, F’11 End Paper Essay...
Asian American Experience
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...Asian American Experience An Asian American is any American of Asiatic decent. In 1965, the United sgovernment passed the Immigration Act of 1965, which saw an increase in Asian population in the United States. These immigrants were mostly Chinese students and skilled laborers. In his work, Professor Ronald Takaki, examines the problems encountered by Asian Americans minority. For the purpose of this essay, I shall look at three major problems faced by Asian Americans from 1965 to date, according to Takaki. One of the major problems faced by Asian Americans is racial segregation. According to Takaki (474), most Asian Americans had to accept low paying jobs to enable them feed and clothe... no. Asian...
Asian American Experience
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...Asian American Experience An Asian American is any American of Asiatic decent. In 1965, the United s government passed the Immigration Act of 1965, which saw an increase in Asian population in the United States. These immigrants were mostly Chinese students and skilled laborers. In his work, Professor Ronald Takaki, examines the problems encountered by Asian Americans minority. For the purpose of this essay, I shall look at three major problems faced by Asian Americans from 1965 to date, according to Takaki. One of the major problems faced by Asian Americans is racial segregation. According to Takaki (474), most Asian Americans had to accept low paying jobs to enable them feed and clothe... no. Asian...
Asian American immigrants
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...Asian American immigrants The on Asian American immigration was as interesting just as it was exploratory. Among the fundamental concepts that I learnt in the course included, the fact that The Asian Americans faced numerous challenges as the immigrated into the United States and became naturalized citizens. However, Asian Americans have occupied a region that later became the United States from as early as the 16th century. It therefore became ironical that they faced numerous difficulties integrating into the society. The immigration and settlement of...
Asian American women study
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...Asian American Women Asian American women's studies have revealed a lot about the experience of Asian women,who moved to the United States after facing the compulsion to migrate from different forms of pressures. Many of the Asians moved to America after because of the evident danger of capture and loss of life during the wars that struck Asia. The fact that Asian culture and American culture are distinctly different explains why the immigration has exerted multiple effects on all the Asians who moved into the United States....
Asian-American immigration
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...Asian-American immigration Introduction As of 2009, the number of Asian immigrants was more than 10.5 million in the United States. Asian Immigration has increased considerably since the creation of US Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, popularly known as the Hart-Cellar Act. This Act abolished national-origin restrictions that favored the immigrants from Europe. In 1960, the number of Asian born in the US accounted only for 5 percent of the foreign-born in the United States, however their shared increased in 2009 than five times to make up for nearly 28 percent of immigrants. Currently, the Asian born are the second-biggest immigrants population in the United States by global region...
Asian American Arts
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...Asian American artists; Francis Wong and Jon Jang. The latter is a modern day pianist while Wong is a saxophonist. There is no doubt that American music draws its influences from different parts of the world. In light of these, Asian influences have made their mark in the current music landscape. As a matter of fact, there are plenty of Asian immigrants who have infused their Chinese traditions with modern American culture. Examples include Jang's 'Temple of the Drum.' (Jon Jang, 2002) Jon Jang's contribution to Asian American Arts Practice Before one can analyze Jang's contribution, it is necessary to understand his background... Introduction The essay will examine the contributions made by two Asian...
Asian American Dreams
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...Asian – American Experience Asian American Dreams: The Emergence of an American People by Helen Zia Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Thesis Statement 4 Asian American Experience: A Review 4 Conclusion 7 Works Cited 8 Introduction United States of America is the largest epitome for a paradigm of liberty, equality and fraternity. Asian, Hispanics and Negros comprise the lion’s portion in the entire demography of United States. They contribute equally to the development of the nation. And their transition and transformation into the unique...
Asian-American Literature
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...Asian-American literature Prompt Roles of language and translation as they inform the “protracted afterlife” of the Cold War Language is indeed a vital role in any type of communication. Asian American historians use language systematically to communicate their thoughts and observations about life in American especially for the minority Asian American groups. The use of language and translation is vital in enhancing the reach of their messages. The choice of words and sentence structures for example does not only convey the message but also always help determine the target...
Asian American Observer.
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...Asian Americans face issues just like any other minority communities which need to be addressed. Individuals have to first develop a clear understanding of the Asian American culture as well as their social issues as this will assist in solving the issues at hand. Asian American community differs from other communities as individuals tend to develop a strong attachment to their families in extents that other individuals do not understand. In this paper, I will show how Asian- Pacific American Heritage month demonstrates gender privileges at work and thus illuminates inequality. After reading the Asian America Observer (2012), a reader will get the impression that gender inequality... ?Current Events...
Asian American model minority
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...Asian American model minority Model minority is a term in America that refers toa group of minorities (ethnic, racial or religious) that despite past discrimination and prejudice succeeds socially, economically and educationally without inclining to violence or political confrontations with the native white Americans (Park et al 170). The stereotype mostly relies on success of Asian Americans who despite being minorities have risen to success. The success of model minority groups is measured in factors of education, income and social aspects like family stability and crime (Lee 71). To the society, the myth of model minority bases from the perception of Asian cultural values like self... Sociology Asian ...
Asian American Experience
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...Asian American Experience The Immigration Policies Coordination Department Tom Peterson: Immigration Consultant Date: Subject: The Asian American Experience The Asian American community forms an enormous part of the American demographic. They consist of some nationalities including Chinese, Japanese, Filipinos, Koreans, Vietnamese, Cambodians and other ethnic communities. Many of these nationals were born in America, and their ancestors immigrated to the USA a long time ago. Others relocated to the USA due to political instability in their home countries or lack of economic opportunities. These communities have integrated with other races and nationalities and formed an enormous part... ...
Asian American Culture
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...Asian American Culture Asian American Culture (school) Asian American Culture Introduction The Anglo-American culture is perhaps one of the most diverse cultures in the world. From the early influences of the Native American peoples to the European influx into the “New World,” the cultural contributions to the Anglo-American traditions are still manifest through the Asian and Pacific influence. The cultural exchange between the Asians and Americans has been considered by some people as a blending of two distinct and opposing cultures. Identifying the distinctly Asian and distinctly American cultures is possible through closer scrutiny and analysis of the current Asian-American... Running head: Asian...
Asian American History
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...Asian American History Affiliation: Introduction Korean women between 1882 and World War II emigrated from Korea to theU.S with their families in search of an asylum and a better life. Most Korean families settled along the shores of Hawaii and worked in sugar plantations (Paik-Lee, 1990). She further explains that in Hawaii, Koreans were less oppressed in terms of segregation because of a few numbers of Caucasians that inhabited Hawaii. The immigrants continued to search for a better and improved living standard in California. Korean American women supported their husbands in farming and hospitality sector. Women were the backbone of the...
Asian American Studies
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...Asian American Immigration The huge and fast increasing number of Asian Americans,the massive sector of professionals and businesspeople, and the increasing number of Asian American organizations revealed a new situation for the group in the United States. The likelihood of raising a political influence is present if the different groups could come together as Asian Americans. However, this potential unity is hindered by cultural differences as well as differences in experiences with immigration. Chinese and other Asian immigrants to the...
The Asian American Experience
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...Asian American Experience Submitted by: Submitted Introduction According to Avakian (2002), the influx of Asians into UnitedStates territory has been occurring as early as 1759 when Filipino sailors in what would be called as Louisiana. It was Chinese Filipinos who were also the first Asians to have migrated into American soil specifically in Mexico. Other Asian nationalities such as the Japanese, Koreans, Southeast Asian nations and Pacific Islanders soon followed. However, the immigration of Asians into the U.S. is a tale woven with the elements of history dreams, hard work, discrimination, prejudice, triumph and persistence. In the following passages, I will be discussing the Asian... ...
Asian American History
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...Asian American History: What is the book’s thesis? Do you agree or disagree? “Hotel On The Corner Of Bitter And Sweet” is a critically acclaimed book written by Jamie Ford which specializes in uncovering important details of Asian American history. It is basically meant to illuminate the reality of this claim that there is clear duality observed in the nature of the US government. I agree with this thesis of the book because not only is it valuable information, but it also works to shed light on an important part of the US history which not many are familiar with. This thesis stands true because on one part, the US government criticized Nazis for their ruthless treatment of the Jews... 16 February...
Asian American Literature
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...Asian American Literature enables the critic to create a form of political Theses about the status of Asian America. According to Nguyen Viet in 2002, the Asian American Literature embodies the contradictions and conflicts along with future options. The coming of age experience is one of the important future options of the Asian American Literature. As it is evident that in most of the Asian American Literature, a character that have confused identity is central theme of the literature and the character develops with the age and experience like in the case of Donald Duk. The encouragement... and propagation of Asian American literature is inherent in the...
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...American Asian scholars, defines Asian American history as more than a simple recounting of dates, events, and accomplishments. His definition of it requires a more complex retelling of the stories of the immigrants of Asia to America. He compares Asian American history to the histories of other people of color and to women, which require a different and untraditional kind of recounting. The examples in Okihiro’s book Margins and Mainstreams, especially of the chapter “Family Album History” (pp. 93-117) are full of examples of the untraditional recounting of Asian American history. He uses the metaphor of the family picture album, full of old... ?Gary Y. Okihiro (1994), one of this country’s foremost...
Asian American History
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...Asian American History Introduction The migration is a worldwide phenomenon. People move from their home places to a country where better employment opportunities are available and survival is comparatively easy. During nineteenth century, the people from most part of the world began seeing the US as a land full of opportunities. The reasons were varied that included the availability of vast natural resources, large inhabitable area and much lesser population density compared to their home countries. Initially, mostly laborers from the East Asian countries moved to the US for greener pastures. The paper explores about Southeast Asian migration to the US in the wake of Southeast Asian crisis... ? Asian...
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...Asian American Studies: Labor Asian Americans are a diverse group of American residents. They may either be the descendants of immigrants from a general area in Asia or are such immigrants. There are several issues as tot the actual originating countries most of them have been said to have originated from the East Asia region. Carlos Bulosan’s America is in the Heart and Milton Murayama’s All am Asking for is My Body present clear and harrowing experiences and the conditions that these groups faced in the pursuit of the American dream. They address the foundation of most of the minority...
Media Stereotypes of Asian American
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...Asian American By 08 April Media Stereotypes of Asian Americans The term stereotype has long been used to define a set ofpeople with similar activities and labeled by the society due to those traits. “A stereotype is a collection of traits along with the meaning and position of centrality of each trait and a description of the target group along with an estimation of the degree of homogeneity within that group.” (Spears, Oakes, Ellemers, and Haslam 76) The stereotyping of Asian American in the American media is a very prominent one. For centuries Asian Americans have faced the severe stereotyping from the rest of America. They have been shown portraying a typical role... in the media...
Representative of Asian American Experience
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...Asian American Experience Introduction: America is the land of different cultures and communities. The people from all over the world came here for the purpose of bread and butter and they settled here in America. America is the land of opportunity and for three or four centuries back it is the source of attraction for the entire world and that is the reason why the people came from different countries of the world tends to settle here and become the permanent citizens of America. Even if they settle in America and their next generation born and brought up in the same land the problem is that the Native Americans shows disinclination to accommodate them in their community and thus... Representative of...
Asian American women before 1950
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...Asian American Woman before 1950s It is fair to that the status of Asian American women before 1950s was not any better than that suffered byminorities from any racial-ethnic group during this period. This is amply attested by first-hand accounts of discrimination and maltreatment by early immigrants. We also have copious legal indictments handing penalties, jail sentences and deportations to early wave of Asian immigrants to the ‘land of the free’. Considering that it was beginning from the second half of the 19th century that steady streams of Asian immigration poured into America, it is...
Asian American Education Studies: Asian American Heritage languages education
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...Asian American Heritage Language Education in U.S A bilingual speaker is an individual who has the capa to communicate in two (or more) languages, either in ‘monolingual’ or multilingual societies, in harmony with their socio-cultural requirements based on an individual’s communicative and cognitive competence, and who can identify with both (or all) language groups (and cultures), or sections of them.” (Tove Skutnabb-Kangas, 1981). Bilinguals typically acquire and employ their languages for variant purposes, in diverse realms of life, with diverse people. Dissimilar aspects of life regularly necessitate different languages. Before 1970s when science aided in the understanding of the brains... ? Asian...
Asian American and Asian communities in U.S.
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...Asian parents cannot simply compromise that their children are not the best among everyone, and therefore, this drives the children to work harder (Online Education Articles, n.p). Asian culture and its expectations therefore enable the Asian students to work harder. Another factor, which plays a very important role, is that of maternal expectations of children. The study conducted by Stevenson group was based on Japanese and American students and mothers. When children did not perform well in school, almost 42 percent of American mothers were satisfied with their child’s performance. Contrary... ? Asian Communities in US The United s has evolved throughout the years to become a multicultural nation...
Respose paper for an Asian-American studies
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...Asian American Actor/Actress in American Media and Asian American society Asian American Actor/Actress in American Media and Asian American society Introduction Asian Americans constitute an approximate four percent of the total population of people living in America. It is a fast growing minority group in USA. They however struggle to take prominent roles in the American media and their representation in the media does not represent the facts about the group....
Diverse Theatre Movement - Asian-American Theatre
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...Asian-American Theatre Asian-American Theatre Asian-American Theatre The Asian community in America has contributed toward many aspects in every American walk of life, music, movies, science and so on. Still, their contribution toward theater is much greater to be neglected, with the movements and different artistic depictions that they have been portrayed in the theater which are quite admirable. The Asian American theater began in late 60s and early 70’s, with the foundation of four theater companies who established the foundation of Asian-American Theater: Pan Asian Repertory Theatre in New York City, Asian American Theatre Workshop (later renamed Asian American Theater Company... ?Running head:...
Asian American Experience: Korean American Experience
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...Asian American marriages indicates that more Asian Americans took to marrying inter-ethnically rather than inter-racially 80s onwards. The ‘identity shift’ that Lee talks about was inspired by the image embraced by Asian Americans. Settling in the United States, the ‘host country’ their identity was earlier of being ‘Asian American’. The need to construct an identity that was more racially open led to pan-ethnic marriages. Moreover with the increasing educational opportunities for Korean Americans, it became possible for them to interact with people belonging to other ethnicities and races... ?Q1. Korean American entrepreneurship set its foot firmly by utilizing opportunities that ranged from the sale of ...
Asian American History: Prewar, WWll, Postwar
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...Asian American History Asian American History in MLA form Asian American History 2 America is known as "The Melting Pot" because its citizens consist of many who migrated from different countries and nationalities. These various peoples "melted" together to form a new group of people know as Americans. Moving to a new country and "melting" down cultures, beliefs, religions, etc. to fit into the American culture is not easy. Change, whether good or bad, is difficult to accept. As you will find in...
Earing Disorder and Asian American Women
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...Asian American Women Eating disorders are considered mental illnesses or conditions that lead to serious disturbances in an individual’s daily dietary habits and behaviour towards their general nutrition. Eating disorders can be manifested as either consuming extremely small portions of food or severe overeating. In essence, eating disorders are characterized by abnormal eating patterns that are as a result of other pre-existing mental illnesses such as stress, depression, substance abuse, anxiety disorder, and obsessive concern over body weight and shape. Eating disorders have been documented to be one of the most lethal psychiatric conditions... that affect a considerable portion of the...
Asian american laws on domestic violence
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...Asian American laws on domestic violence Domestic violence, although not highly evident in the statistical records of Asian Americans, is one of the major problems that they still encounter while living in the United States. Many efforts are being put in to stop to this problem through women movements, advocacy, legal interventions and thorough statistical researches (Kim et al 2006). According to surveys in Chicago, 60% of 150 Korean women reported incidences of domestic violence. In 1997, 18% of the Massachusetts residents who were killed as a result of domestic violence were Asian...
Asian American immigrants and Small Scale Businesses
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...Asian American immigrants and Small Scale Businesses Immigration is a controversial all over the world. There are many benefits and drawbacks associated with immigration. In 1980’s and 1990’s, America witnessed tremendous growth of small scale industries, mainly because of the contributions of the Asian immigrants. Many sociologists argue that one of the most important characteristics of Asian American immigrants is the high rate of small business participation. “The number of minority-owned businesses rose from less than 750,000 in 1982 to more than 1.2 million in 1987, nearly one-tenth of all of the...
Compare/Contrast 3 Asian American Groups
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...Asian American Groups al Affiliation) Asian American groups have been moving into the United States since the early 1900s. These groups have gone on to form an important part of the American community, and today they are considered to be key players in the country’s economic, cultural and social development. Asian Americans include different ethnic groups, but all of them combined form the Asian community in America. This paper will compare and contrast three Asian American groups (Asian Indians, Filipino Americans and Southeast Asian Americans) based on the following attributes: a) Relative size of each group b) Similarities and differences in terms of their American experience... ? Compare/Contrast 3...
Asian American Laws on Domestic Violence
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...Asian American laws on domestic violence Domestic violence, although not highly evident in the statistical records of Asian Americans, is one of the major problems that they still encounter while living in the United States. Many efforts are being put in to stop to this problem through women movements, advocacy, legal interventions and thorough statistical researches (Kim et al 2006). According to surveys in Chicago, 60% of 150 Korean women reported incidences of domestic violence. In 1997, 18% of the Massachusetts residents who were killed as a result of domestic violence were Asian...
Major Problems in Asian American History
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...Asian American History Designed to encourage critical thinking about historical events, thisbook introduces history students and any other reader to both primary sources and analytical essays on some vital concepts in the United States history. It presents distinct group of reading in a format that requires students to evaluate sources, test the interpretations of illustrious historians and finally drawing conclusive conclusions. Offering a rich and insightful guidelines and road map of Asian American history and describing its evolution for over 200 year, this book and chapter 10 in particular marks the first systematic endeavor to take stock in history as a field of study (Lon... Major Problems in...
Public Policy - Asian American (ethic studies)
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...Asian Americans Although not exhaustive confinements binding human beings essentially exist in four forms. As evidenced in the issues underpinning public policy and Asian America, is explicit that human beings have initiated and always push for means to liberate themselves from these confinements in terms of restructuring their lives through developing policies to guide their social, economic and political aspects (Emerson 28). History and Geography as observed by (Emerson 36), have been significant confinements to the lives of most Asian Americans: the Asian American population is characterized by at least three other demographic features; emergent patterns of geographic... dispersion,...
Asian American History
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...American Christian missionary made to them2. Other than these reasons, other immigrants continue to arrive in the United States with very different reasons all... 1.0 INTRODUCTION The genesis of the Korean immigration to the United s began in the 1903 and extended through 1920. Most of these immigrants were the plantation manual workers and their families who immigrated to the Hawaii at this particular period1. The immigrants had different reasons for moving to the United States; some of these reasons included the escape from famine in their country, escape from the Japanese colonial state in their country, search for a better living opportunity and some were just attracted by the promises that the...
Asian American History
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...American Christian missionary made to them2. Other than these reasons, other immigrants continue to arrive in the United States with very different reasons all... 1.0 INTRODUCTION The genesis of the Korean immigration to the United s began in the 1903 and extended through 1920. Most of these immigrants were the plantation manual workers and their families who immigrated to the Hawaii at this particular period1. The immigrants had different reasons for moving to the United States; some of these reasons included the escape from famine in their country, escape from the Japanese colonial state in their country, search for a better living opportunity and some were just attracted by the promises that the...
A Song For Ourselves and the Asian American Movement
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...Asian American Movement Tad Nakamuras wrote this song as a voice of the Asian American movement which represented the Asian people who were struggling to be recognized and receive social justice for the entire Asian generation (Tadashinakamura.com). This movement was mostly made up of students of Filipino ancestry, PACE, and other minority groups who had moved from their motherland to follow their American dream but realized that they could no longer function as human beings due to racism and discrimination (Lee 291). In the late 1960s, PACE embraced the ‘Third World’ identity which attracted signaled solidarity among people around the globe who were struggling... with colonization and they...
How asian american are changing the face of america.
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...Asian Americans and America Introduction “According to the Census Bureau of the US, the current population of United States of America is over 300 million” (Uba, pp. 256-292). This number makes the United States of America as the third largest populous country on the planet earth after China and India. More importantly, the USA has the most diverse population. Ethnic diversity, ancestral variety, racial groups and other minorities have made the United States of America as one of the most diverse and pluralistic country all over the world. Amongst these groups are “White Americans, African Americans, Asian...
The Effect of PTSD on family relationship among Asian American
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...American Population with PTSD (Source: National Institute of Mental Health, 2011) Figure 3: Percentage of American Population by Gender and Age with PTSD (Source: National Institute of Mental Health, 2011) However, a break up of the PSTD in terms of racial or ethnic background is not available. There is evidence from other research that the incidence of PSTD is relatively higher than the normal population among the South Asians in America (Breslau et al, 2005). However, there is also research that indicates that less use of mental health services by Asian Americans (Chu and Sue, 2011). These findings can...
Domestic violence in the Home: The Problem of Abusive Parenting in Asian American Families
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...Asian American Families Word Count: 800 (3 pages) I. Introduction Abuse happens in many families, and Asian American families are no exception. It has been found that, typically, the type of abuse that is more likely to happen in an Asian American family will definitely tend to be much more verbal or psychological than necessarily physical punishment—although corporal punishment is not unheard of in Asian American families. Specifically, here, the evidence-based elements that will be analyzed in Asian American families are the following: physical abuse; verbal abuse; and psychological abuse. II. Physical Abuse In some Asian... countries, where corporal punishment is seen as a way to reprimand...
Discussion Of A Contemporary Play By An Asian Or Asian-American Playwright
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...Asian or Asian-American playwright The paper consists of a discussion of a contemporary play by an Asian or Asian-American playwright Gao Xingjian is a famous Nobel laureate who wrote outstanding plays and revolutionized Chinese literature. I would like to discuss Xingjian's play 'The Bus Stop' in my paper today. All the works produced by Xingjian provide a frightening challenge. His work is complex and those of his works which have been translated are also difficult to comprehend to for a person who has knowledge about the postmodern experimentalism prevailing in the west. His all works are a depiction of the Chinese culture, religion and the socio economic... ? Discussion of a contemporary play by an...
Scientist-Practitioner Approach to Treating Substance Abuse of an Asian American Lesbian Woman
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...Asian American Lesbian Woman This paper presents a case of an Asian American lesbian woman with a substance abuse problem. The case details the significant life events of the client that contribute to her current situation. The diagnosis and proposed treatment plan is based on the presenting case and takes on a scientist-practitioner approach. This approach advocates that trained professional psychologists are knowledgeable in both research and clinical practice, to be able to deliver effective psychological services (Jones & Mehr, 2007). Evidence-based practice (EBP), as part of the scientist-practitioner approach, utilizes evidence... ?Scientist-Practitioner Approach to Treating Substance Abuse of an...
Why Asian American males are sexually overlooked (undersexed) in the US?
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...Asians have low self esteem when compared to blacks and whites. However, Luczaj argues that this difference could be due more to how surveys pose their questions and to the perception of respondents from the different cultures. In other words, American whites and blacks tend to value consistency more than the Chinese so that if the former feel very good about their athletic/sexual prowess they may report positive self esteem even though they feel much less happy about a later question regarding their academic performance. In contrast, a Chinese student might indicate he is very happy about his academic ability but not happy with his athletic/sexual performance. The difference... ? WHY Introduction In out ...
AsianAmerican Study-how intersectional identities must shape an "Asian American agenda" for SOCIAL CHANGE and what that agenda should look like in the 21st century.
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...Asian American The concept of intersectionality is the ical oppression of people with regard to their gender, race, religion, social class, and sexual orientation. In the context of the Asian American, interesectionality involves the study of the Asian Americans beyond their race, and into deeper perspectives as their gender and religious belief. To champion for social change, intersectionality urges all the Asian American people to report their oppression cases to authorities. Besides, the main agenda of the Asian American population is to eliminate segregation, discrimination, and oppression long their racial orientation. Therefore, intersectionality drives the agenda... Intersectionality as an Asian...
AsianAmerican Study-how intersectional identities must shape an "Asian American agenda" for SOCIAL CHANGE and what that agenda should look like in the 21st century.
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...Asian American Community Intersectionality as regards to Asian Americans is in the essence of the overlapping of different social categorizations that are used to discriminate persons that are Asian American. Multiple categorizations are associated with this concept, but the most outstanding ones are race, sexual orientation, gender, and class. This regards sexual orientation; the outstanding discrimination perspectives that are reported amongst Asian American are transphobia and homophobia. However, the one challenge that 86% of Asian Americans allude to have faced is the occurrence of xenophobia. This is whereby, coupled with other discriminative strategies, those... Intersectionality and the Asian...
Should explore the care that each of the major American subgroups: Caucasian American, African American, Hispanic/Latino American and Asian American provide for their respective elderly (65 and older) in each of their cultures
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...American and Asian American Races School Abstract The varying trends in culture affect the manner the aging population is cared for within and across the cultural frameworks of any given society. It is therefore imperative to have an understanding of the ethnic diversities in elderly respect exhibitions. This study will provide insights into how the Caucasian Americans and Asian Americans provide care and respect for the elderly in their respective cultural contexts and will explore on the moral attributes of intergenerational relationships. While these two American lineages may be contradictory... Running Head: CULTURAL DIVERSITIES Cultural Diversities in the “Graying Population” of the Caucasian...
Early Asian American filmmakers made films for a number of reasons. Describe one of those reasons and show how the film you select reflects that reason. Movie: Wo Ai Ni Mommy
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...Asian American filmmakers made films for a number of reasons. Describe one of those reasons and show how the film you select reflects that reason. Asian American film-making has a distinct flavour compared with mainstream films. One of its characteristics is its endeavour to highlight Asian sensibilities and sentiments to the unacquainted American audience. Bringing exposure to the differences and commonalities between Asian and mainstream American culture is another objective. Films such as Shopping for Fangs (1997), Rea Tajiris Strawberry Fields (1997) and Sunsets (1997) by Eric Nakamura and Michael Idemoto are composed of a “sassy melange of cinematic styles”. (Soe... Movie: Wo Ai Ni Mommy Early...
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