Asian American Studies 60B Lecture 3

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Asian American Studies 60B Lecture 3 January 13, 2009 Cultural Sensitivity: cognitive, evaluative, emotion. If culture makes a difference, it will affect the way people think of thing, evaluate different things, and react emotionally differently. Different Asian groups see things differently. Trans-national feelings are stronger in first and second generation immigrants then they are in later generations. Such as Japanese Americans and Indian Americans.
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Unformatted text preview: • The domestic situation in the US was direct or overt institutional racism. • Institutionalized behavior means you react without thinking consciously. • Racial discrimination was very obvious in the US and Western European nations. Economic Development 1. Primary extractive 2. Secondary manufacturing 3. Tertiary services Mutually Assured Destruction a plan developed by the US to counter Russian attacks during the cold war....
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