Domonique Williams SOC 197A Reading Response #1
Between reading Fong and Min, I found Min somewhat harder to read than Fong. Min is more focused on dates, immigration laws, statistics, charts, and so forth. Reading a chapter in one setting could dri
SOC. 197A Sec.001 Why is Asian American Studies necessary in Collegiate Curricula? "There's an Asian American Studies class at Penn State?" This was the response from a few of my friends after asking what classes I was taking this spring semester. Ev
Culture in the Amish
The united states is composed of the gathering of many diverse and unique
cultures. With each culture there is religion. With each religion there is a different
way of life. Many of the culture share characteristics such as maintainin
Asian American Studies
Although there have been a number of readers published in the growing field of Asian
American Studies, none approach the subject matter with more clarity, depth and understanding
than Zhou and Gatewood's Contemporary Asian America:
Why Study Asian American Community?
There are lots of reasons why Asians American and non Asian American learn about the
Asian American community. Some reasons that Asian Americans studies the Asian American
community is that they can benefit a lot from i
The Roles of Identity in Asian American Citizenship
Within history Asians eligible for citizenship were considered to be a privileged.
However, Asian Americans did not simply perceive citizenship as the right to vote or carry a
passport but moreover the r
Asian Values and Clash of the Cultures
Asian values and clash of the cultures
In the early 1990s, Europe watched enviously as the Asian Tigers grew exponentially.
We asked ourselves: what lessons can Europe learn from Asia? After the crash, the question w