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1997

Acculturation and education of Chinese-Americans. Da-Nian Jiang, Ph.D., University of Arizona.

Acculturation and generation status and their relationship to family functioning and self-esteem among Chinese-American females. Jean Many. Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology - Los Angeles.

Being Chinese, becoming Chinese-American: the transformation of Chinese identity in the United States,, 1910?1928. Shehong Chen. University of Utah.

Chinese mothers' and immigrant Chinese mothers' practices, children's perceptions, and school children's behavioral competence in Taiwan and the United States. Wan-Li Lo, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin - Madison.

Chinese-American families of children with developmental disabilities: cognitive coping, three levels of meaning, shared meaning, and material wellness. Hsiu-Ling Jenny Tseng, Ph.D., University of Washington.

Chinese-Americans' perceptions of and experiences with domestic violence and factors related to their psychological well-being. Alice G. Yick, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles.

A comparative study of Chinese-American and Euro-American engineers' concepts of team, teamwork and perceptions of team effectiveness. Wei Wu, Ph.D., University of Kansas.

Crossing cultures, (ex)changing stories: contemporary women writing in the United States. Patricia Ann Keefe Durso, Ph.D. George Washington University.

Creating race: genre and the cultural construction of Asian- American identity. Leilani Linda Nishime, Ph.D., University of Michigan.

Culturing subjectivity: revisions of identity in cross-cultural literatures. Peggy Ann Ochoa, Ph.D., University of Southern California.

Differences among Chinese, Japanese, and Korean-American students at a university counseling center: utilization, presenting problems, and effects of counseling variables. Soni Kim, Psy.D., Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

Extreme prejudice, excessive force, zero tolerance: cultural political economy of the United States drug wars, 1980-1996. Jonathan David White, Ph.D., George Washington University.

Girls just wanna have fun: the politics of Asian-American women's public culture, 1930?1960. Shirley Jennifer Lim, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles.

Images of community: constructions of ethnicity and identity in late twentieth century American film. Joel R. Brouwer, Ph.D., Michigan State University.

Intercultural small talk: an ethnographic analysis of interactions among Chinese and Americans. Shuming Lu, Ph.D., University of Maryland College Park.

Language maintenance and language shift among Chinese American young adults in the Greater New York Area. Dongmei Zeng, D.A., State University of New York at Stony Brook.

Management of personal and perceived parental expectations for education and career achievements of Chinese-American undergraduates. Ruth Wang Liu, Ed.D., University of Tennessee.

Mothering, othering: communicating success between three genera6itons of Chinese American women. Lisa H. Chin, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles.

Relationship between language dominance and information processing. Siu-Chou Catherine Li, Ph.D., Fordham University.

Religious conversion and identity construction: a study of a Chinese Christian church in the United States. Fenggang Yang, Ph.D., Catholic University of America.

The sojourning life as problematic: marital crises of Chinese students who are studying in the United States. Zhan Gao, Ph.D., Syracuse University.

A study of the parent role: the Chinese-American perspective. Linda Moy Shum, Psy.D., Pace University.

A study to develop an appraisal checklist for the selection of elementary Chinese textbooks to be used in the United States. Yueming Yu, Ed.D., University of Pittsburgh.

1998

An artist of Tai Chi: a critical study of the life, art and cultural philosophy of the children's literature artist Ed Young (Chinese-American). Jui-Yi Huang, Ph.D., Ohio State University

At America's gates: Chinese immigration during the exclusion era, 1882-1943. Erika Lee, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.

Attributions and achievement motivation: cultural differences among American, Chinese-American, and Chinese (in Taiwan) college students. Cheng-Fang Cynthia Tsui, Ph.D., State University of New York at Buffalo.

Becoming flower: gender and culture in contemporary ethnic American women's literatures. Nancy Leigh Chick, Ph.D., University of Georgia.

A case study: an examination of literary transactions of four elementary Chinese-American male children responding to selected children's books. Shih-Mei Yang, Ed.D., University of Northern Colorado.

Chinese multilingualism in Chicago. Daniel M. W. Strauss, Ph.D., Northwestern University.

Chinese-American and Japanese-American women professionals: a comparative study of their organizational communication behavior and underlying cultural values and attitudes in the workplace. Ruth Yoshiko Okimoto, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology - Berkeley/Alameda.

Chinese -American college writers' texts and their cultural values. Xiao Wang, Ph.D., Ball State University.

Chinese-American youth self-esteem. Peter Allen Lee, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

A cross-cultural comparison of symptom manifestation of psychiatric distress among various Chinese and American populations. Shirley Yen, Ph.D., Duke University.

An evaluation of the information on the Chinese and Chinese Americans in widely used college United States history textbooks. Paulita Shujuin Fernandez, Ph.D., University of Toledo.

An exploratory study of the perceived internal and external barriers that Chinese-American principals face in advancing from classroom teacher to principalship in selected California counties and the strategies they used to overcome these barriers. Kristal La Verne Chin, Ed.D., University of La Verne.

Exploring the math achievement patterns of Asian-Americans in the tenth grade. Janet, Liou-Mark, Ph.D., New York University.

Facing dilemmas: Chinese students in the United States, 1979?1989. Danni Lu, Ph.D., University of Oregon.

From the boat to the melting pot: a contextual examination of parental ethnic socialization and children's ethnic attitudes and knowledge among immigrant Chinese families. Lisa Alice Chen, Ph.D., New York University.

Growing up in an immigrant entrepreneurial family: the paradox of work and family. Lisa Sun-Hee Park, Ph.D., Northwestern University.

Help seeking for emotional/psychological problems among Chinese Americans in the Los Angeles area: an examination of the effects of acculturation. Kathleen Ngit Jun Young, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles.

Images of Chinese people, Chinese-Americans, and Chinese culture in children's and adolescents' fiction (1980-1997). Li Liu, Ed.D., University of Massachusetts.

Images of Chinese-Americans and images of child-readers in three of Laurence Yep's fictions. Fiona Feng-Hsin Liu, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University. "Just translating": the politics of translation and ethnography in Chinese-American women's writing. Karen Kai-Yuan Su, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.

Mom Chung of the fair-haired bastards: a thematic biography of Doctor Margaret Chung (1889-1959). Judy Tzu-Chun Wu, Ph.D., Stanford University.

Necessary figures: metaphor, irony and parody in the poetry of li-Young Lee, Marilyn Chin, and John Yau. Dorothy Joan Wang, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.

Playing with computers: multiple correlates of young children's computer play behaviors. Poh-Hwa Liang, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University.

Prayer changes lives: a seminar for personal spiritual growth through prayer. Wai-Shing Simon Tse, D.Min., Talbot School of Theology, Biola University.

The reciprocal associations among stress, social interactions, and psychological distress in Chinese-Americans. Chi-Ah Chun, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles.

The relationship between religiosity and marital satisfaction in Protestant Chinese-American couples. Darcy Siu Fah Ing, Psy.D., California School of Professional Psychology - Berkeley/Alameda.

Re-placing "Emasculation" in Asian-American literary studies: engendering masculinity through the excessive Chinese transnational family, post-World War II. Cynthia Wenchung Liu, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.

Self, nations, and the diaspora: re-reading Lin Yutang, Bai Xianyong, and Frank Chin. Shuang Shen, Ph.D., City University of New York.

Self-esteem and unsafe sex in Chinese-American and Japanese-American gay men. David S. Lai, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology - Berkeley/Alameda.

Unbinding the feet: the physical and symbolic representation of bound feet in Chinese-American literature. Bonnie Thuza Khaw-Posthuma, Ph.D., Claremont Graduate University.

United States journalism and Chinese-American identity during China's civil war. Shih-Deh Chang Chou, Ph.D., State University of New York at Buffalo.

Utilization of Western medical and mental health services among Chinese-American elderly. Walter Sing Wa Chung, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

Voices of Chinese-American women: the arduous pursuit of a college education. A participatory research. Sandra Jean Hubler, Ed.D., University of San Francisco.

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