AAS 20 040209

09 - labor environment living status Was given chance for change by judge Five general principles 1 it is historically connected to social

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Asian American 20 Studies: Contemporary APA Communities Thursday, April 2, 2009 Agenda Movements and the world they made (or failed to) 1. “You feel me”: Pounloeu Chea and the desire for community 2. The idea and practice of community or how to take this course 3. five general principles of Asian American Studies (gleaned from Omatsu, Osajima, and Umemoto) Epigraph: “xi. The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point however is to change it.” Walk out as form of protest for change Pounloeu Chea San Francisco, The TL district Form of community > kinship, where they’re from, economic such as forms of
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Unformatted text preview: labor, environment, living status Was given chance for change by judge Five general principles 1. it is historically connected to social movement ( > to approaching the production of knowledge) 2. it has a worthy purpose and discernible impact (i.e., it is relevant and transformative). 3. for better or for worse, it has been institutionalized a. the model minority 4. it historically valorizes community-based approaches (usu emphasizing the local). 5. it historically valorizes translocal connections (through perhaps to a lesser extent than the local, in practice)....
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2009 for the course ASIAN AM 20 taught by Professor Bascara during the Spring '09 term at UCLA.

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