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1984

The accuracy of the ethnic portrayal of Chinese Americans in California state?adopted social studies textbooks, grades 2 through 8. Doris Y. Wong, Ed.D., University of San Francisco.

Asian women's social networks and mental health. Karen Denton, Ph.D., University of Utah.

Chinese American and Japanese American women in California public school administration. Kimiko Ann Fukuda, Ed.D., University of Southern California.

A cross-cultural study of Chinese core personality characteristics. Rhoda Ka-Wai Yuen, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

The earnings of American- and foreign-born Asian men. Raouf Taufic Obeid, Ph.D., University of Texas at Dallas.

The effects of Chinese culture and locus of control upon Chinese college students' attitudes toward, knowledge about, and perceptions of counseling service in Taiwan, the Republic of China. Wen Hsiao, Ph.D., University of Missouri -Kansas City.

An exploration of the vocational values and needs of Chinese students. Teena Moy, Ph.D., University of Minnesota.

Job satisfaction of Chinese college graduates working in the United States. Jon-Chao Hong, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

The relationship between selected personal, departmental, and environmental factors and the publication productivity of Asian American university faculty. Grace Po Eun Yun, Ph.D., Fordham University.

A study of assimilation attitudes and behaviors of Chinese American registered voters in Santa Clara County, California. Kwan Hung Chan, Ph.D., United States International University.

1985

The academic achievement of Chinese-American fluent English proficient and non-minority background intermediate grade students. Edmund W. Lee, Ed.D., University of the Pacific.

Child abuse and neglect: perceptions held by Asian Americans. Susan Mae Gong, Ph.D., Boston University.

Chinese-American images in selected children's fiction for kindergarten through sixth grade. Laureen Chew, Ed.D., University of Pennsylvania.

Chinese immigrants and the experience of loneliness: an existential phenomenological investigation. John Edwad Galvin, Ph.D., Saybrook Institute.

A cross-cultural study on depression among foreign graduate students from six selected areas. Zaida Vega Liu, Ed.D., George Peabody College for Teachers of Vanderbilt University.

The correlates of psychosocial adjustment of Southeast Asian refugees in New York City. Angela Shen Ryan, D.S.W., Fordham University.

Cultural pluralism and ministry models in the Chinese community. John Lai Ng, D.Min., Fuller Theological Seminary, Doctor of Ministry Program.

Effect of race and generation level on Asian Americans' perceptions of therapist effectiveness and therapist preference. Fay Tamami Murakawa, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles.

Ethnic identity and ethnic political development: the experience of Chinese Americans. Yeong-Kuang Ger, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin -Madison.

Ethnic stereotype processing and organization as a function of group membership. Richard Norbert Lalonde, Ph.D., University of Western Ontario.

Family support systems and mortality patterns: a comparative study of familial role-related mortality risks among Chinese in Taiwan, Chinese Americans and White Americans. Yow-Hwey Hu, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago.

The intergenerational relationships among Chinese immigrant families: a study of filial piety. Chien Lin, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago.

An integrative social exchange theory of marital quality: a Chinese-American study. Kuo-Liang Lin, Ph.D., Purdue University.

Perceived usefulness of higher education --major choices and life goal values among Chinese-American students. Sau-Wah Wong Chuan, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles.

The relationship among immigrant parental expectation, scholastic achievement, and self-esteem of foreign-born and second-generation Chinese-American high school students. Cynthia Jane Won, Ed.D., University of San Francisco.

The relationship of Kung-Fu movie viewing to acculturation among Chinese-American men. Henry Jung, Ed.D., University of Massachusetts.

San Francisco's Chinatown: an architectural and urban history. Christopher Lee Yip, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.

Spatial visualization, attitudes toward mathematics, and mathematics achievement among Chinese-American, Hispanic-American, and Caucasian seventh and eighth grade students. Wenfu Shieh, Ed.D., University of the Pacific.

The stages of development in American ethnic literature: Jewish and Chinese American literatures. Ruth Yu Hsiao, Ph.D., Tufts University.

Status and self-regard in Chinese-American and mixed-ethnic American preadolescent peer groups. Sheila Alene Smith, Ph.D., University of Chicago.

The stress buffering effects of social support: a retrospective and intervention study of Chinese American and Anglo American nurses. Jane K. Yee, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley.

1986

Chinese triad societies, tongs, organized crime, and street gangs in Asia and the United States. Ko-Lin Chin, Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania.

An integrative social exchange theory of marital quality: a Chinese-American study. Kuo?Liang Lin, Ph.D., Purdue University.

The origins of the minimalist mise-en-scene in the United States. Arthur Bennett Feinsod, Ph.D., New York University.

San Francisco's first federal court: Ogden Hoffman and the Northern district of California, 1851-1891. Christian Garrett Fritz, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.

The Search for female model authority: Protestant women and rescue homes in the American West, 1874-1939. Peggy Ann Pascoe, Ph.D., Stanford University.

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