Cambodian American Ethics of Identity

  title={Cambodian American Ethics of Identity},
  author={Jonathan H. X. Lee},
  journal={Peace Review},
  pages={476 - 483}
Since 1975, there has been an influx of Cambodian and ethnic Chinese Cambodian refugees entering the United States. Thirty-five years later, the younger of these refugees, known as the 1.5 generation (refugees having arrived when they were knee-high), are now adults in their thirties and forties. Having grown up in America, they have married, have established families of their own, and their kids are now entering college. A common phenomenon among these Americanized Cambodian Americans is their… Expand


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