This item contemporary chinese america immigration ethnicity and community transformation asian american by min zhou paperback 3038 in stock ships from and sold by pbshop us. Contemporary chinese americais the most comprehensive sociological investigation of the experiences of chinese immigrants to the united states and of their offspring in the late twentieth and early twenty first centuries the author min zhou is a well known sociologist of the chinese american experience. Contemporary chinese america immigration ethnicity and community transformation by min zhou philadelphia temple university press 2009 studies of the enclave economy and segmented assimilation have been frequently cited by scholars in the fields of immigration ethnicity and asian american studies. Min zhou is professor of sociology and asian american studies at the university of california los angeles she is the author of chinatown temple and the transformation of chinese america co author of growing up american and co editor of asian american youth and contemporary asian america. Contemporary chinese america immigration ethnicity and community transformation min zhou home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library asian american history and culture
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