"2nd Generation Asian American Experience" - Introductory Topics in Sociology
- Carolyn E Chen - 8474674069 - 1880 Campus Drive, Kresge 1-435
- University Hall 122 - TuTh 11:00AM - 12:20PM
- What does it mean to be a second-generation Asian American? This course examines the experiences of this cohort through the lenses of identity, race and ethnicity, family, education, religion, and sexuality.
- To critically examine the experiences of second-generation Asian Americans.
- Class participationDiscussionGuest speakersLectureObservationOtherReadingsResearch projectWriting assignments
- AttendanceClass participationExam, mid-termPaper, finalReadingsResearch projectWriting assignments
- Khyati Joshi, New Roots in America's Sacred Ground: Religion, Race and Ethnicity in Indian America. 0813538009;
Vivian Louie, Compelled to Excel: Race, Education and Opportunity among Chinese Americans. 0804749841;
and Readings on Blackboard.
- Social & Behavioral Sciences Distro Area
Overview of class
Class Materials (Required)
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