Asian Americans and Politics Perspectives, Experiences, Prospects
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Description: Asian Americans have quite recently emerged as visible participants in American politics. This multidisciplinary volume takes a broad ranging look at the phenomenon, with questions like What issues can be associated with Asian Americans?
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Publication date: 1/1/2002
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Gordon H. Chang is Oliver H. Palmer Professor in Humanities and Professor of History at Stanford University.
|Figures and Tables|
|Framing the Discussion|
|Asian Americans and Politics: Some Perspectives from History|
|The Racial Triangulation of Asian Americans|
|Citizenship Nullification: the Impossibility of Asian American Politics|
|Beyond Electoral Politics: Renewing a Search for a Paradigm of Asian Pacific American Politics|
|Asian Americans as the Median Voters: an Exploration of Attitudes and Voting Patterns on Ballot Initiatives|
|Changing of the Guard? The Emerging Immigrant Majority in Asian American Politics|
|Voting Participation: Race, Gender, and the Comparative Status of Asian American Women|
|Emerging Political Identities|
|U.S.-Born, Immigrant, Refugee, or Indigenous Status: Public Policy Implications for Asian Pacific American Families|
|Asian Pacific American Youth: Pathways for Political Participation|
|Seen, Rich, But Unheard? The Politics of Asian Indians in the United States|
|The Impact of Mainstream Political Mobilization on Asian American Communities: The Case of Korean Americans in Los Angeles, 1992-1998|
|Toward the Future|
|People from China Crossing the River: Asian American Political Empowerment and Foreign Influence|
|Lessons Learned from the "Locke for Governor" Campaign|
|Building on the Indigenous Base: The Fund-Raising Controversy and the Future of Asian American Political Participation|
|Asian Americans and Multiracial Political Coalitions: New York City's Chinatown and Redistricting, 1990-1991|