Flowers Cracking Concrete: Eiko & Koma's Asian/American

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It is characterized by low bone mass and micro-architectural deterioration of bone tissue, leading to bone fragility and a consequent increase in risk of fracture (1, 2). The Renaissance humanism, exploration, art, and science led the "old continent", and eventually the rest of the world, to the modern era. Paper presented at the National Association of Asian American and Pacific Education Conference (San Francisco, California, April 25-27, 1979). Most of the older geology of western Europe existed as part of the ancient microcontinent Avalonia.

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Europe and the Asia-Pacific: Culture, Identity and

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Ecuadorans (772,000) and Peruvians (723,000) comprised the second- and third-largest diasporas from South America in the United States (see Table 4). Communication Studies 119: Voice & Its Perception. * currently not eligible for invitation per U. Erosion occurs as a result of wind and water especially where demand for food is high and crop rotations are exploiting the land. California, Irvine) AntiRacismNet ("online resource for the activist community and portal offering info about anti-racism activities to the general public," includes "international online directory of social justice organizations, issue-specific and news digest listservs, calendar for posting regional, national, international events, news portal for publishing efforts and backgrounders on issues") Border Crossings ("experiment in hypertextual relationships that explores the common ground between Cyorgs, Gender, LesBiGay, Dispora, La Frontera, Border Incidents and Other Borders") (Karla Tonella, U.

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Chinese Secret Societies in the United States

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British Medical Journal, 2001, 322:716-720. 18. If they are not here legally they can't have a social security number and do not pay any tax. Mexico City is the oldest capital city in the Americas? Today, African-American Muslims constitute roughly a third of the American Muslim population. Discussion: Modesty is highly valued among Asian Indians elders, and patients generally feel more comfortable with same sex health care providers. 7.

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Undercurrents: Queer Culture and Postcolonial Hong Kong

Helen Hok-Sze Leung

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But there's another trend as well: Millions of high school kids phase out organized sports, with the biggest drop-off coming early -- during and after freshman year. This issue also includes a profile of the Orange County-based Vietnamese American Arts and Letters Association, a non-profit organization that reaches out to communities through Vietnamese arts and culture. D. student in American Studies with research interests including history of capitalism, finance and derivative logics, the politics of knowledge production and race, and aesthetics and social movements with particular attention to immigration, incarceration, and life in urban enclosure or the ghetto.

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Sri Lankan Tamil Nationalism: Its Origins and Development in

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He strongly believes the complexities of his Asian American identity have been essential to his Dartmouth experience. “I have been constantly boxed into stereotypes and labels that I feel do not fit the person I am,” Bui said. “Explaining my Asian American background has been a struggle throughout my life, because of minor details, yet they are all essential parts of the person I am.” [Kevin Bui is planning to double major in Sociology and Woman & Gender Studies at Dartmouth.

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Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling: Career Strategies for Asians

Jane Hyun

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Sexually reproducing organisms must find mates in order to produce offspring. Consult Schedule of Classes for topics to be offered in a specific term. The San Francisco Bay Area is home to sizable populations of Burmese, Cambodian, Filipino, Hmong, Indonesian, Lao, Malaysian, Singaporean, Thai, and Vietnamese Americans. Immigration from South America grew most rapidly from 1960 to 1980, with the number of South Americans residing in the United States more than doubling each decade (increasing by 285 percent in the 1960s and 220 percent in the 1970s).

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Camp Harmony: Japanese American Internment and the Puyallup

Louis Fiset

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Come take this great online course during Summer Session 2, July 11-August 12. Population geography is a large branch of geography that contains several different topics related to the world's population. Becoming Asian American: Chan is missing; We're queer! It may be said that acceptance and perception of disability is culturally determined. The implementation of minimum wage has no strong impact on the population and economic growth relationship. Most of the acute-phase reactant assays have acceptable coefficients of variation.

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Immigration Nation: Raids, Detentions, and Deportations in

Tanya Maria Golash-Boza

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Parry (Ed.), Social work practice with the terminally ill.: A transcultural perspective (pp. 191-204). The SEER program is the most well-established and comprehensive registry of population-based cancer data in the U. This approach may have a negative impact on culturally different populations. The pre-service teachers were involved in a service learning project at a local middle school in the U. The situation was viewed with considerable alarm in the 1930s, when the birth rate of most Western countries reached a new low and the populations of many of them appeared to be aging very rapidly.

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Imprisoned Apart: The World War II Correspondence of an

Louis Fiset

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In His Own Home includes footage from the incident, local news coverage, transcripts of police records, interviews with community activists, as well as coverage of the student protests that led the University to drop fake charges against Adu-Brempong. However, acculturated Mexican-Americans continued to view decision making as a family-centered process. 5, 8 Blacks may view an overly individualistic focus as disrespectful to their family heritage. 5, 26, 27 Among Asian cultures, family-based medical decisions are a function of filial piety—an orientation toward the extended family as opposed to individual patient self-interest. 24 Illness is considered a family event rather than an individual occurrence. 11 Interests in Asian families are often bi-directional—there is an equivalent concern about the impact of the elderly person's death on the family.

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Urban Renewal and the End of Black Culture in

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S. citizens, but the context of the sentence strongly implies a consensual understanding of … “Orientals are carpets!” is a common Asian American retort today, one that rejects the linkage between objects of desire—whether hand-woven carpets made in central and western Asia or porcelains made in China—and the people who make them. First, the Am-Duong model is based largely upon Chinese traditional medicine and a belief that illnesses are caused by imbalances in the yin (am) and yang (duong) (Sheikh & Sheikh, 1989).

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