By C.N. Le
Le broadens the belief of assimilation to incorporate socioeconomic and institutional examples of integration by way of studying results corresponding to source of revenue, occupational status, small enterprise possession, residential segregation, and intermarriage for 5 Asian American teams, with an emphasis on Vietnamese. the consequences express that the majority Vietnamese american citizens adventure little drawback or inequality in comparison to different Asian american citizens (and again and again with Whites) in terms of reaching structural integration. Le hypothesizes that Vietnamese were in a position to conquer demanding situations in a comparatively brief period of time by utilizing collective assets and holding ethnic team spirit to weave jointly a trend of feat and mobility mixed with culture and harmony.
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Asian American Assimilation: Ethnicity, Immigration, and Socioeconomic Attainment (The New Americans) by C.N. Le