Changing Lives of Refugee Hmong Women

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"In an ethnographic study of recent Hmong immigrant families in Seattle, Donnelly examines changing gender roles in both the economic and social spheres as Hmong women adapt to new social conditions and opportunities in the U.S. The author focuses specifically on changing patterns of courtship, marriage arrangements, and economic decision making in the household, and how women incorporate new values while attempting to retain elements of their Hmong identity . . . . An actor-based approach and inclusion of long passages in ...

Changing Lives of Refugee Hmong Women 1997, University of Washington Press, Seattle

ISBN-13: 9780295976211

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Changing Lives of Refugee Hmong Women 1994, University of Washington Press, Seattle

ISBN-13: 9780295973616

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