Emerging Voices Experiences of Underrepresented Asian Americans
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Description: As the field of Asian American studies grows, there is a need to understand smaller and more recent immigrant communities. Emerging Voices presents a unique and compelling discussion of underrepresented groups, including Burmese, Indonesian, Mong, Hmong, Nepalese, Romani, Tibetan, and Thai Americans.
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List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Publication date: 12/30/2008
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction: Emerging Voices of Underrepresented Asian Americans|
|Emerging Consciousness: Emigration and Ethnic Identity|
|From Laos to America: The Hmong Community in the United States|
|Cultural Transition and Adjustment: The Experiences of the Mong in the United States|
|The Role of Ethnic Leaders in the Refugee Community: A Case Study of the Lowland Lao in the American Midwest|
|"Displaced People" Adjusting to New Cultural Vocabulary: Tibetan Immigrants in North America|
|Unity and Diversity among Indonesian Migrants to the United States|
|Dynamics, Intricacy, and Multiplicity of Romani Identity in the United States|
|Community Identity of Kashmiri Hindus in the United States|
|Emerging Contributions: Gender, Work, Religion, and Education|
|Thai Americans: Performing Gender|
|The Gender of Practice: Some Findings among Thai Buddhist Women in Northern California|
|Women of the Temple: Burmese Immigrants, Gender, and Buddhism in a U.S. Frame|
|The Function of Ethnicity in the Adaptation of Burmese Religious Practices|
|Parent-Child Conflict within the Mong Family|
|Hmong American Contemporary Experience|
|Notes on Contributors|