Koreans in North America Their Experiences in the Twenty-First Century

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Koreans in North America Their Experiences in the Twenty-First Century by Min, Pyong Gap; Han, Joe Jeong Ho; Kim, Ann H.; Kwak, Min-Jung; Lee, Helene K.; Lee, Se Hwa; Noh, Samuel; Parks, Linda S.; Park, Wansoo; Yun, Sung Hyun, 9780739178133
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  • ISBN: 9780739178133 | 073917813X
  • Cover: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 12/7/2012

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This is the only anthology that covers several different topics related to Koreans' experiences in the U.S. and Canada. The topics covered are Koreans' immigration and settlement patterns, changes in Korean immigrants' business patterns, Korean immigrant churches' social functions, differences between Korean immigrant intact families and geese families, transnational ties, second-generation Koreans' identity issues, and Korean international students' gender issues. This book focuses on Korean Americans' twenty-first century experiences. It provides basic statistics about Koreans' immigration, settlement and business patterns, while it also provides meaningful qualitative data on gender issues and ethnic identity. The annotated bibliography on Korean Americans in Chapter 10 will serve as important guides for beginning researchers studying Korean Americans.

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