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Sociological Analysis of Social Problems 00:17 Definition of Terms Asian American White Self-Identity many don’t choose either term define themselves by national origin Asian - Americans 1965 hart-cellar act – ends national quota system many Asian immigrant groups are high skilled and educated (Chinese, Taiwanese,  Indian and Filipino) Asian stereotypes today - model minority limitation of choices Does American = White? Are Asian and American contradictory identities? Honorary white Forever foreigner Future Questions Will Asian become a symbolic ethnicity? Like Irish, Polish, or Italian Will class status assure assimilation?
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Or is race too ingrained? What is American? Who can claim an American identity? Does it mean giving up one’s heritage? Loyalty to symbols? Ideals?
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Sociological Analysis of Social Problems 00:17 Gender   and   Sex Sex is biological  Gender is a social behavior/attributes 
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