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1970

Cultural change, psychosocial functioning, and the family: a case study in the Chinese-American community of San Francisco. Kenneth Albert Abbott, D.S.W., University of California, Berkeley. Reaction to exclusion: Ch'ing attitudes toward overseas Chinese in the United States, 1848-1906. Shih-Shan Henry Tsai, Ph.D., University of Oregon.

1971

Chinese emigration into the United States, 1850-1880. Kil Young Zo, Ph.D., Columbia University.

Conflict and compromise: the social organization of a Chinese community in America. Melford Stephen Weiss, Ph.D., Michigan State University.

The views and contributions of Chinese students and intellectuals in the United States. Shu Yuan Hsieh Chang, Ph.D., University of Utah.

1972

Acculturative change in family structure among Chinese-Americans. Kenneth Lee Kuykendall, Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder.

A study of some attitudes of Chinese students in the United States. Hwa?Bao Chang, Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin.

The topic-comment pattern in the development of English among some Chinese children living in the United States. Maurice M. Lamarche, Ph.D., Georgetown University.

1973

Differential child?bearing attitudes and practices of Chinese-American mothers. Timothy T. Law, Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School.

1974

A study of work value orientations of Chinese-American and White-American students of the seventh-grade and eighth-grade in Catholic elementary schools. Louis Aloysius Tou, Ph.D., Catholic University of America.

Positive racist stereotypes characteristic of Chinese-Americans: a psychohistorical inquiry into their etiology and an exploratory study of their psychophysiological and social psychological consequences. Benjamin R. Tong, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley.

1975

Comparative analysis of drawing characteristics by Chinese-American and White-American four- to six-year-old kindergarten children. Eva Long-Yang, Ph.D., Fielding Institute.

The pragmatic context: a Chinese-American example of defining and managing illness. Theresa T'sung-T'zu Chen Louie, D.N.S., University of California, San Francisco.

Mental health needs and alternatives in a Chinese American community. Reiko Homma-True, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley.

Ethnic mix in elementary classrooms, Chinese-American ethnic self-esteem, and sense of marginality. Kalei Inn, Ph.D., Stanford University.

A Study of church unity among Chinese-American churches. Danny Kwok Leung Yu, D.Min., Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Psychology.

1976

A community profile approach toward expanding public library services: communication survey procedures reaching Chinese-Americans in the Los Angeles Chinatown community and obtaining their information-seeking patterns. Ruby Ling Louie, Ph. D., University of Southern California.

Gold mountain guests: Chinese migration to the United States, 1848-1882. Henry Townsend Walker, Jr., Ph.D., Stanford University.

Sociodemographic and socioeconomic factors as predictions of "Perceptrons of health" among Chicago's Chinese-American adults. Patrick Kidd Tow, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University.

Chinese-Americans view their mental health. Peter Wei-The Chen, D.S.W., University of Southern California.

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