This collection will present works that offer illuminating perspectives on the remarkably diverse Asian American populations of the United States. As a population that is neither black nor white, the range of experiences of these groups, many of whom arrived as refugees, presents other perspectives on the cultural mosaic that constitutes the United States. Studies of Asian Americans sheds light on issues related to immigration, refugee policy, transnationalism, return migration, cultural citizenship, ethnic communities, community building, identity and group formation, panethnicity, race relations, gender and class, entrepreneurship, employment, representation, politics, adaptation, and acculturation. The writings in this collection are drawn from a wide variety of disciplines to provide a broad and informative array of insights on these fascinating and diverse populations.
Articles written by physicians, health professionals, psychotherapists, clinical psychologists, and others survey new developments in the field of gender identity. All the articles, except four are published here for the first time. This is the first volume dedicated to the new ways in which gender identity issues and transsexualism can inform clinical practice.
Series: GARLAND REFERENCE LIBRARY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE
Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 452
Published: 30th December 1997
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24
Weight (kg): 0.71
Edition Number: 1