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CAs, Transnationalism and Affirmative Action

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    Transnationalism and Affirmative Action
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    Transnationalism Related to forces of  ________________ as  capital and labor move  across borders ___________________who  orbit around the world Still desire  ___________________ by  mainstream Americans “the process by which immigrants forge and sustain multi- stranded social relations that link together societies of origin and  settlement and whose social fields cross geographic, cultural,  and political borders.”
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    Post-Civil Rights Movement Changes Immigrants can obtain  __________________________ Children welcomed into a  ___________________________ Government adopted Asian  Americans  ___________________________ 70% of Asians are immigrants Families and children now  characterize new immigrants More ___________________ and  benefit from ________________ Faster  ______________________________ ______________________________ _____________________ Emergence of Pacific Rim economies  leads to the  ______________________________ ________________________
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    Assumptions of Transnationalism Group Identity:  ________________________ ________________________ ____________ Inequality:  ________________________ ________________________ ____________ State:  ________________________ ________________________ ____________ Mobility:  ________________________ ________________________ ____________ Culture:_________________ ________________________ ________________________ _________
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    Governor Gary Locke as Example of Transnationalism 1st Chinese American  Governor Dad disappointed he didn’t  learn English OCA Exec Dir Daphne  Kwok proud that he  symbolizes Asian American 
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