Asian Americans: Contemporary Trends and Issues

  title={Asian Americans: Contemporary Trends and Issues},
  author={Pyong Gap Min},
  • P. Min
  • Published 14 July 2005
  • Art
Acknowledgments Introduction - Pyong Gap Min Asian Immigration: History and Contemporary Trends - Pyong Gap Min Settlement Patterns and Diversity - Pyong Gap Min The Socioeconomic Attainments of Asian Americans - Arthur Sakamoto and Yu Xie Photo Essay 1: Second Generation Asian Americans - Steven J. Gold Major Issues Related to Asian American Experiences - Pyong Gap Min Photo Essay 2: Chinese Americans - Steven J. Gold Chinese Americans - Morrison Wong Photo Essay 3: Japanese Americans - Steven… 
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