Download citation on researchgate | changes in korean immigrants' gender role and social status, and their marital conflicts | based on survey and ethnographic research conducted in new york, this. Changes and conflicts: korean immigrant families in new york, by pyong gap min a visa for a dream: dominicans in the united states, by patricia r pessar. Acknowledgments introduction - pyong gap min asian immigration: history and contemporary trends - pyong gap min settlement patterns and diversity - pyong gap min the socioeconomic attainments of asian americans - arthur sakamoto and yu xie photo essay 1: second generation asian americans - steven j gold major issues related to asian american. 1 pyong gap min, chigon kim, the changing effect of education on asian immigrants' self-employment, sociological inquiry, 2017 wiley online library 2 monica boyd , siyue tian , educational and labor market attainments of the 15- and second-generation children of east asian immigrants in canada, american behavioral scientist , 2016 , 60 , 5-6. Get this from a library changes and conflicts : korean immigrant families in new york [pyong gap min.
Subscribe to the center for migration studies periodic updates and announcements on cms research, events, and publications subscribe to the journal on migration and human security periodic article announcements and other updates from the journal on migration and human security, cms's public policy publication. Pyong gap min korean americans constitute one of the newly emerging asian ethnic groups in the post-1965 era strong military, political, and economic linkages between the united states and south korea (republic of korea) since the korean war (1950-1953) have helped many koreans annually immigrate to the united states. The flux of asian immigration over the last 35 years has deeply altered the united states' religious landscape but neither social scientists nor religious scholars have fully appreciated the impact of these growing communities. Pyong gap min distinguished professor of sociology at queens college and the graduate center of the city university of new york menu.
Changes and conflicts: korean immigrant families in new york city (boston: allyn and bacon) 5th printing published in 2002 caught in the middle: korean communities in new york and los angeles (university of california press, 1996) recipients of two national book awards. The item ethnic solidarity for economic survival : korean greengrocers in new york city, pyong gap min represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in brigham young university. Stanford libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. In this episode, doug is joined by professor pyong gap min, professor of sociology at queens college and the graduate center of the city university of new york min discusses new york's korean.
In this unflinching exploration of one of the most politically charged topics of our time, pyong gap min investigates the racial dynamics that exist between korean merchants, the african american community, and white society in general focusing on hostility toward korean merchants in new york and. In ethnic solidarity for economic survival, pyong gap min takes korean produce retailers as a case study to explore how involvement in ethnic businesses―especially where it collides with the economic interests of other ethnic groups―powerfully shapes the social, cultural, and economic unity of immigrant groups. This article focusing on korean immigrant cultural transnationalism has three major objectives first, it provides a conceptual clarification of different components of immigrant cultural transnationalism second, it provides a discussion of how to measure different components of immigrant cultural. Pyong gap min is distinguished professor of sociology at queens college and the graduate center of the city university of new york he also serves as director of the research center for korean community at queens college. Pyong gap min, dong wan joo, and young oak kim korean produce retailers in new york: their conflicts with white suppliers and reactive solidarity, 03/01/2007-12/31/2007, , eui-young yu, kyeyoung park, and hyo jung kim the korean american community and economy , 2007, los angeles: the korean american economic development center.
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Abstract based on survey and ethnographic research conducted in new york, this paper shows how the discrepancy between korean immigrant women's increased economic role and persistence of their husbands' traditional patriarchal ideology causes marital conflicts and tensions. Introduction to urban studies pd 120, fall 2003 immigration and group conflict pyong gap min, problems of korean immigrant entrepreneurs. Min, pyong gap, and dae young kim 2005 intergenerational transmission of religion and culture among korean protestant immigrants sociology of religion 66: 263-282.
In this unflinching exploration of one of the most politically charged topics of our time, pyong gap min investigates the racial dynamics that exist among korean merchants, the african american community, and white society. 1changes and conflicts in family life 2the korean community in new york 3confucianism and the korean family system 4marital relations 5child care and child socialization. Ethnic solidarity for economic survival by pyong gap min, 2008, russell sage foundation edition, in english.
More in this category: « the socioeconomic attainments of korean americans, compared to native-born whites and other asian groups, in the ny-nj-ct cmsa: generational differences by pyong gap min the intergenerational differences in marital patterns among korean americans by pyong gap min and chigon kim . Pyong gap min, professor of sociology at queens college and graduate center, cuny, will write a book examining how the involvement of immigrants in ethnic businesses affects ethnic attachment, solidarity, and conflict. Pyong gap min queens college of cuny the primary objective of this paper is to demonstrate, based on interviews with mean overwork and role conflicts on the part.