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         Japanese-asian Americans:     more books (100)
  1. Lost and Found: Reclaiming the Japanese American Incarceration (Asian American Experience) by Karen L. Ishizuka, 2006-09-14
  2. 3 Short Works on Japanese Americans (Asian Experience in North America Series)
  3. Mothering, Education, and Ethnicity: The Transformation of Japanese American Culture (Asian Americans, Reconceptualizing Culture, History, Politics) by Su Matoba Adler, 1998-09-01
  4. Edith and Winnifred Eaton: CHINATOWN MISSIONS AND JAPANESE ROMANCES (Asian American Experience) by Dominika Ferens, 2002-03-14
  5. Afro-Asian, Japanese, and Euro-American contributions to mankind and civilization yestermorrow by Yoshitaka Horiuchi, 1981
  6. Americans of Japanese Ancestry (The Asian Experience in North America) by Forrest Emmanuel LA Violette, Forrest E. Laviolette, 1979-01
  7. Before Internment: Essays in Prewar Japanese American History (Asian America) by Yuji Ichioka, 2006-03-06
  8. Issei and Nisei: The Settling of Japanese America (The Asian American Experience) by Ronald Takaki, 1994-02
  9. Islands of Discontent: Okinawan Responses to Japanese and American Power (Asian Voices) by Laura Hein, 2003-07
  10. Edith and Winifred Eaton: Chinatown Missions and Japanese Romances (The Asian American Experience) by Dominika Ferens, 2002
  11. The Japanese in Latin America (Asian American Experience) by Daniel M. Masterson, 2003-11-07
  12. Personality Patterns and Problems of Adjustment in American-Japanese Intercultrual Marriages(Asian Folklore and Social Life Monographs, Volume 49) by George A. Devos, 1973
  13. The American Diary of a Japanese Girl: An Annotated Edition by Yone Noguchi, 2007-01-28
  14. Historical Memories of the Japanese American Internment and the Struggle for Redress (Asian America) by Alice Murray, 2007-12-13

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2. The Possibilities Of A Radical Consciousness
to a person of Japanese birth, the Court circumvented the question of color by defining "White" as "Caucasian." In 1923, when a South Asian

3. The Possibilities Of A Radical Consciousness African-Americans
to a person of Japanese birth, the Court circumvented the question of color by defining "White" as "Caucasian." In 1923, when a South Asian

4. Main Street 19 A Sian Americans Have Come A Long Way.
percent of married Asian women who have nonAsian husbands. They are first generation Vietnamese and eighth generation Japanese. Asian Americans

5. The Possibilities Of A Radical Consciousness African-Americans And
to a person of Japanese birth, the Court circumvented the question of color by defining "White" as "Caucasian." In 1923, when a South Asian

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9. - Go Canada!
One only wonders if the people at AnimeOnDVD consider JapaneseAmericans, let alone non-Japanese Asian Americans "asian enough" to have their

10. Being Japanese American / Miyabe Ota
more Japanese language, history, art, music and TV shows from being brought up by my Japanese parents than from studying about Japanese/Asian

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12. CrossCurrents: Newsmagazine Of The UCLA Asian American Studies Center
experience of nonJapanese Asian americans on the homefront during World War II.Dr. Kim’s presentation addressed the Korean American responses to the
Postdoc Lili Kim Gives Talk on JA Internment and Korean Americans On May 8, 2002, Lili Kim, Ph.D., an Institute of American Cultures Postdoctoral Fellow, gave a talk sponsored by the UCLA Asian American Studies Center and Institute for American Cultures. Her talk, entitled "Fanning the Flames of Fear on the Homefront: Japanese American Internment and Moral Imagination of Korean Americans," explored the conspicuously ignored historical topic of the experience of non-Japanese Asian Americans on the homefront during World War II. Dr. Kim’s presentation addressed the Korean American responses to the internment of Japanese Americans and the limits of their moral imagination in framing their strategies to escape unscathed from racism on the homefront. Lili Kim received her Ph.D. in American History from the University of Rochester in New York, and has taught at the State University of New York at Buffalo, the University of Pennsylvania, and Hampshire College. Her article, "Redefining the Boundaries of Traditional Gender Roles: Korean Picture Brides, Pioneer Korean Immigrant Women, and Their Benevolent Nationalism in Hawai’i," will appear in , edited by Shirley Hune and Gail Nomura.

13. University Of Minnesota Alumni Association : Changing Minds
Subsequent research with crosscultural samples, including Koreans, Japanese,Asian americans, and European americans, convinced us that what we originally
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Minnesota Magazine Past Issues ... January-February 2004 Print View Changing Minds
Fanny Cheung By Diane Richard
Until only a few years ago, a female job-seeker in Hong Kong could have picked up the classified ads and found that women need not apply to managerial positions. Or, if she was disabled, almost any position at all.
A lot has changed since then. And much of the credit goes to one woman: Fanny Cheung (Ph.D. '75), chair of the psychology department at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Cheung's research into the dimensions of personality and her contributions to Hong Kong's women, disabled, and victims of discrimination and rape have brought her worldwide renown.
Now she is one of nine recipients of the first-ever University of Minnesota Distinguished Leadership Award for Internationals. Created by the U's Office of International Programs, the award recognizes the outstanding achievements of international alumni and friends of the University.
"International pacesetters" is how Gene Allen, executive director for the Office of International Programs, characterizes the recipients, who are rising young professionals

14. L2 Foundation - Resource Center
Ministry to help reach disciple Japanese/Asian americans Iwa recentlydeveloped the Foundations for Asian American Ministry manual, a compilation of,categoryID.2/rc_detail.asp
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15. WHAT'S NEW - In The Month Of June 2001!
Japanese/Asian americans such as John Tateishi (president of the Japanese AmericanCitizens League) are worried that people will consider Pearl Harbor the
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... HOME SECTIONS Featured Actors Featured Actresses Featured Directors Featured Musicians ... Yellow Face Click Here to receive email when this page changes o Powered by NetMind o var test=0; document.write("<");document.write("! "); document.write(" ");document.write(">"); W h a t ' s N e w LATEST NEWS FOR JUNE 2001 Recent times have seen the general public's perception of the Asian Pacific American / U.S. Asian communities vacillate a great deal. Much of this was created by the incident involving a U.S. spy plane crashing in Hainan Island of the PRC and its resulting consequences. Various unfortunate "backlash" incidents within the general public and the media have created false images of the APA communities. Combine this with the revival of IceBox.Com's infamous "

16. Plastic Pinoys Fighting Filipinos In 16 (12 ) Scale
I still have another WWII guerrilla to depict, FilipinoAmerican WWII via thisresearch, about other non-Japanese Asian americans from World War II (and

17. AsianWeek: Political Potstickers
both personally and in terms of reaching out to nonJapanese Asian americans, The final sign that Asian americans are gaining power in Washington
Thursday, October 7, 1999 * Volume 21, No. 7
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by Phil Tajitsu Nash
The non-partisan Congressional Research Service (CRS), a division of the Library of Congress, issued a report on May 25 (Order Code RS 20206) called Asian Pacific American Political Participation and Representation in Elective Office The final sign that Asian Americans are gaining power in Washington comes in the appointive arena. The White House named Shamina Singh Executive Director of the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, which is a federal government-wide effort to improve the quality of life of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in areas where they may be underserved. According to a White House statement, the initiative will address Asian American and Pacific Islander concerns including health , education, housing, labor, economic and community development. Meanwhile, the Democratic National Committee selected Courtni Sunjoo Pugh to head their Asian Pacific American-related activities, and sponsored an APA Caucus as part of day- long DNC meetings held last week.

18. How To Use: Encyclopedia Of Social Work
Asian americans Overview Asian americans Chinese Asian americans Japanese Asianamericans Southeast Asians Asian Indians
Encyclopedia of Social Work
19th Edition
Richard L. Edwards, Editor-in-Chief
How to Use the Encyclopedia
For the 19th edition of the Encyclopedia of Social Work , the editorial board sought to collect the most current scholarly analyses of practice and research. Reflecting the breadth of the diverse social work profession, this edition also includes more-comprehensive entries than previous editions. The net effect is that this edition is more than 30 percent larger than the 18th edition, which was the largest collection when it was published in 1987. (See Table 1 for a comparison of the 18th and 19th editions.) The objective in assembling this substantial body of knowledge was to make it as easy to use as possible. Consequently, we have provided many different tools to help readers locate the references they seek.

Attempting to develop the most comprehensive reference possible, the editorial board did not restrict authors to specific page limits; instead, the board sought the most information provided in the most succinct fashion possible. Consequently, entries are longer than those in previous editions. The editorial board also commissioned longer overview entries in major areas. Some overviews stand alone as the single exhaustive entry on the subject; others integrate a topic for which there are several other entries.

19. Asian-Nation : Asian American History, Demographics, & Issues :: Asian American
As I observe sports today, I question whether Asianamericans will ever be accepted This is true of many Chinese, Japanese, Asian Indians and Koreans,
Article and discussion about the history and recent emergence of Asian and Asian American sports starts and athletes, such as Yao Ming, Ichiro, Tiger Woods, how many Asians view sports differently from other groups, the stereotypes and prejudices they've overcome, and how they are being received by mostly non-Asian sports fans. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to maximize your experience and enjoyment at Asian-Nation.
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One Person's Editorial
"Time for America to Embrace Asian-Americans" by David Surratt, Human Relations grad student at Oklahoma University (reprinted with permission) As I observe sports today, I question whether Asian-Americans will ever be accepted as genuine talent in the American eye or simply as Americans. Over 50 years later, I am reminded of so many moments in history by the occurrences of the present. If you listen closely to crowds, you will hear the occasional slurs thrown at Major League Baseball player Ichiro Suzuki because he just couldn't make contact with the 3-2 fastball. Or you can hear Shaquille O'Neal call Yao Ming a "ching-chong" on national media outlets.

20. Top AA Business Schools | Asian American University | GoldSea
Somehow, even to the Japanese, Asian americans are not americans again, weall know what is going on! LSD Thursday, October 10, 2002 at 071603 (PDT)

(Updated Sunday, Dec 29, 2002, 02:14:32 PM to reflect the 100 most recent valid responses.) Which of the following business schools is most highly regarded among Asian Americans?
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No part of the contents of this site may be reproduced without prior written permission. WHAT YOU SAY [This page is closed to new input. Vote and continue this and related discussions at the new Interactive Area . Ed.] This is the truth about top business schools from a second-year student at a Top-5 US business school.
Be skeptical when you read the career placement statistics reported by the schools. The median salaries tend to be high because most of the companies recruiting on campus are consulting fims and investment banks that pay the highest starting salaries. To get their money worth, these firms work their associates over eighty hours per week. If you calculate the hourly rate, it often comes out to be no higher than that of an average corporate job. Very few associates can survive the grueling hours, and the turnover rates are extremely high. This is why these firms are the biggest recruiters on campus every year. In summary, business schools act in their own interest often at the expense of the students who pay exorbitant tuition to keep the professors employed. Many of my classmates believe business schools are some of the biggest scams in business. For those considering going to business school, let the buyer beware.

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