Minor rubbing. Some light binding soil. VG. 23x15cm, xi, 285, (2)pp, Series: Asians in America, 2. Contains 15 papers. Includes: Asian American Socioeconomic Achievement: the Strength of the Family Bond; Household Structure & Family Ideologies: The Dynamics of Immigrant Economic Adaptation Among the Vietnamese Refugees; The Principle of Generation Among the Japanese in Honolulu; Interdependence, Reciprocity & Indebtedness: An Analysis of Japanese American Kinship Relations; Incorporation into Networks Among Sikhs in Los Angeles; Filipino Hometown Associations in Hawaii; Filipino Migration & Community Organizations in the United States; Korean Rotating Credit Associations in Los Angeles; The Chinese American Citizens Alliance: An Effort in Assimilation, 1895-1965; The Hmong Refugee Community in San Diego: Theoretical & Practical Implications of Its Contiunuing Ethnic Solidarity; South Asian Refugees inthe United States: The Interaction of Kinship & Public Policy; Vietnamese in America: Diversity in Adaptation; Elites & Ethnic Boundary Maintenance: A Study of the Role of Elites in Chinatown, New York City; Why There Are No Asian Americans in Hawai'i: The Continuing Significance of Local Identity; Cultural & Economic Boundaries of Korean Ethnicity: A Comparative Analysis.
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