By Jennifer Lee, Min Zhou
Asian American early life covers issues corresponding to Asian immigration, acculturation, assimilation, intermarriage, socialization, sexuality, and ethnic id. the celebrated participants express how Asian American formative years have created an id and area for themselves traditionally and in modern multicultural the United States.
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Gangs offer opportunities for protection, companionship, excitement, romance, money, a sense of identity, and, not least of all, acceptance. However, Lay reminds the reader that although Cambodian youth may ﬁnd individual acceptance in gangs, gang members still remain outcasts in the larger society. Part IV shifts the focus to examine how Asian American youth negotiate identities, social spaces, and choices in today’s multiethnic America. Asian American youth forge identities for themselves through community building, tactical manipulations of mainstream stereotypes, dating strategies and partner preferences, and political activism.
The chapters that follow are organized around four key thematic issues: population dynamics; historical patterns of cultural practices; emerging cultural forms and practices; and negotiating and afﬁrming identity, space, and choice. Part I contains two background chapters, familiarizing the reader with important demographic trends—immigration, and intermarriage and multiracial identiﬁcation in the Asian American community. 5 and second generation) who are just coming of age at the turn of the twentyﬁrst century and the vast differences in migration histories, national origins, settlement and adaptation patterns, and socioeconomic achievements.
Lee and Bean also explain that the rise in multiracial identiﬁcation has direct implications for the Asian American population and for America’s changing color lines. They conjecture that a new divide may emerge that separates blacks and nonblacks, most prominently in parts of our country that have become increasingly racially and ethnically diverse from the new immigration. The four chapters in Part II provide a glimpse of Asian American youth culture through a historical lens, taking the reader back to the era of Asian exclusion in the late 1920s to the nation’s postwar golden years of the 1950s.
Asian American Youth: Culture, Identity and Ethnicity by Jennifer Lee, Min Zhou