Asian-American child rearing practices and acculturation: a cross-cultural examination. Barbara Jean Lui, Ph.D., University of Washington.
"Aunt Jemima and the Dragon Lady": ethnicity and gender in the selected writings of African-American and Chinese-American women writers. Mary Eleanor Young, Ph.D., Saint Louis University.
Beyond virtue and vice: the literary self in Chinese-American literature. Nan Peng Bisiar, Ph.D., Bowling Green State University.
Chinatown no more: changes patterns of Chinese organization in Queens, New York City. Hsiang-Shui Chen, Ph.D., City University of New York.
Chinese-American adolescents reasoning about cultural conflicts: a study of the coordination process. Jenny Yuk?Ping Yau, Ed.D., University of Rochester.
Chinese-American and Japanese-American college students perceptions and attitudes: Asian heritage in contact with the American cultural environment. Donald Henry Dorosheff, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
The coming of the Chinese: the early immigrant community in Hawaii. Karen W. F. Lee, Ph.D., University of Hawaii.
Cultural factors influencing the choice of intervention style of Chinese-American social workers. Lina Yuk-Shui Fong, Ph.D., University of Southern California.
Ethnic enterprise in the Kansas City metropolitan area: the Chinese restaurant business. Tzu-ching Lu, Ph.D., 1990, University of Kansas.
An ethnographic study of literacy behaviors in Chinese families in an urban school community. Lin Chu Wong, Ph.D., University of Michigan.
Experiences and reflections of Chinese immigrant youth: implications for education. A participatory research. Rina Wu, Ed.D., 1990, University of San Francisco
Grammar, imitation, and process: how teaching methods affect what Chinese ESL students learn about written English. Chunhong Teng, Ph.D., University of Kansas.
A health insurance study of Chinese-Americans in Boston's inner city health insurance coverage, willingness to pay for health insurance, and utilization of medical care. Chunhuei Chi, Sc.D., Harvard University.
The historic ethnography of a Chinese mining community in Idaho. Darby Campbell Stapp, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania.
Measuring ethnic self-esteem in Chinese-American children. Sandra Diane Yuen, Ph.D., Stanford University.
Pilgrimage: an American journey. English as a second language for Chinese theological students. Shelley Diane Wong, Ed.D., Coolumbia Universituy Teachers College.
A qualitative field study of six Chinese immigrants in one New York city high school. Gerald Bernard Wolf, Ed.D., Seton Hall University.
The relationship between perceived sex roles and cultural orientation among Chinese-American families. Stephanie Tsen Lee, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles.
The relationship between selected demographic variables and reading and written expression among 8th grade Chinese students in six California unified school districts. Gloria Sun Hom, Ed.D., University of San Francisco.
"Seeing the palm trees again": a translation, analysis, and commentary. Jie Wang, Ph.D., University of North Dakota.
The shapes and styles of Asian-American prose fiction. Esther Mikyung Ghymn, Ph.D., University of Nevada, Reno.
A strategy for growth: the Buffalo Chinese Christian Church. Samuel T. S. Yau, D. Min., Fuller Theological Seminary, Doctor of Ministry Program.
A study of language learning behaviors of Chinese students at the University of Georgia and the relation of those behaviors to oral proficiency and other factors. Shiang-jiun Chang, Ed.D., 1990, University of Georgia.
"To save China, to save ourselves": a history of the Chinese hand laundry alliance of New York, 1930s-1950s. Renqiu Yu, Ph.D., New York University.
Unbinding the feet, unbinding their lives: social change for Chinese women in San Francisco, 1902?1945. Judith Yung, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.
Belief about filial responsibility: a cross-cultural and cross-generational study. Hsiu-Mei Jen, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Chinese-Americans: cultural values and shopping orientations. Shiretta F. Ownbey, Ph.D., Texas Tech University.
The cognitive effects of Chinese language training in a sample of Chinese American children. Shiao-Ling Judy Hsieh, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley.
Cognitive factors influencing the mathematics achievement of 4th, 5th, and 6th grade Chinese-American students. Patricia Ann Whang, Ph.D.,, University of California, Berkeley.
A comparative study on the learning styles among gifted African-American, Mexican-American and American-born Chinese middle grade students. Fung Lan Yong, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
Correlates of situation-centeredness. Tim Colton Bockes, Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder.
A content analysis of cross-cultural interaction patterns of Chinese-Americans in selected realistic fiction for children ages 8 through 12. I-Wen Su, Ph.D., University of Florida.
Differential components of assertiveness in Asian-American Christians. Rie Honda Mizuki, Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Psychology.
Depression and narcissism as related to acculturation in Chinese-Americans. Sheila Tsai Wu, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles.
Ethnicity and the MMPI: a comparison of MMPI profiles obtained from Caucasian and Asian-American subjects. Kurt Leo Reh, Psy.D., Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University.
Gold Mountain Dreams: Chinese-American literature and its sociohistorical contest, 1850-1963. Xiao-Huang Yin, Ph.D., Harvard University.
"Holding up more than half the sky": a history of women garment workers in New York's Chinatown, 1948-1991. Xiaolan Bao, Ph.D., New York University.
Mathematics achievement among Chinese-American and Caucasian-American fifth and sixth-grade girls. Carol Speake Huntsinger, Ph.D., Loyola University of Chicago.
Monkeying tradition: reconstructing contemporary Chinese-American literary culture. Weiwei Li, Ph.D.,University of Texas at Austin.
Personality characteristics, acculturation, and marital satisfaction of interracially married and endogamous Chinese-Americans. Birgitta Maria Oey, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley.
Principalities and powers: religion and resistance in contemporary ethnic women's literature Peter Kerry Powers, Ph.D., Drake University.
Self-employment in business: Chinese, Japanese, Korean-Americans, Blacks, and Whites. In-Jin Yoon, Ph.D., University of Chicago.
Sex roles, aggression, and culture: a comparison of African-Americans, Asian-Americans, and Caucasian-Americans. Gary Phillip Monkarsh, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley.
Surviving on the gold mountain: Chinese-American women and their lives. Huping Ling, Ph.D., Miami University.
Teaching self-monitoring to Chinese-American and Anglo-American adolescents. Brian Pak Leung, Ph.D., University of Southern California.
A theory of elder Chinese-American's conceptions of health promotion and illness prevention: conformity with nature. Yeou-Lan Duh Chen, Ph.D., University of Utah.
Chinese students in the United States: a cultural and geographical perspective. Xiao-Lun Wang, Ph.D., Arizona State University.
Chinese-Americans as school administrators: socialization, assimilation, and ethnic identity. Florence Hershell Fu-Folkes, Ph.D., New York University.
Church-based marriage enrichment program fro Chinese new immigrant couples: ministry and evangelistic dimension, Anthony Ping-Kam So, D.Min., Fuller Theological Seminary, Doctor of Ministry Program.
Comparison s among Anglo-Americans, Chinese-Americans, Japanese-Americans, and Korean-Americans in preferences for art and museum characteristics. Hye-Hwa Lim, Ph.D., United States International University.
A cross-cultural study of a personality inventory: development and validation of Chinese version of the Taylor-Johnson temperament analysis. Yu-Hua Clare Lin, Ph.D., Saint Louis University.
The effects of assimilation on consumer information-search behavior. Denver Drozario, Ph.D., New York University.
Encountering the other: Chinese immigration and its impact on Chinese and American world views, 1875-1905. Kevin Scott Wong, Ph.D., University of Michigan.
Ethnicity and the MMPI-2: cultural implications and limitations for Chinese-Americans. Harold Peter Hee Robers, Ph.D., Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University.
The experience of hsiao in first-generation, mandarin-speaking Chinese Americans: a phenomenological investigation. Eirene Ming Wong-Liang, Ph.D., California School of Professional psychology, Fresno.
Extending exchange theory: effects of ethnicity and gender on Asian American heterosexual relationships. Diane Carol Fujino, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles.
Family impact on high achieving Chinese-American students: a qualitative analysis. Den-Mo Tsai, Ph.D., University of Connecticut.
From "M. Butterfly" to "Madame Butterfly": a retrospective view of the Chinese presence on Broadway. Wenwei Du, Ph.D., Washington University.
Home environment and activities: the use of math skills across ethnic populations. Kay Dee Caywood, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles.
Images and identity: Chinese Americans in Euro-American and Chinese-American faction, 1970-1989. Li-Tsui Hsu, Ph.D., University of Minnesota.
Influences of parental identification, parental relationships, and acculturation upon interracial marriage among Chinese-American women. Diana Chen, Ph.D., Adelphi University.
Kinetic family drawings of Chinese-American children. Verna Nga-Fun Chuah, Ph.D., Andrews University.
Language maintenance and shift in the Chinese community of greater Philadelphia. Su-chiao Chen, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania.
New York before Chinatown: Orientalism, identity formation, and political culture in the American metropolis, 1784?1882. John Kuo Wei Tchen, Ph.D., New York University.
Our adventure of experiencing: drama structure and action research in a grade seven social studies classroom. Philip Michael Taylor, Ph.D., New York University.
San Jose Chinese Alliance Church: a mono-ethnic/multi-cultural model. Abraham Hei-Yue Poon, D.Min., Fuller Theological Seminary, Doctor of Ministry Program. 1992
Supernatural forces: belief, difference, and power in contemporary works by ethnic women. Bonnie C. Winsbro, Ph.D., University of Tennessee.
Towards a multi-dimensional model for the study of reader response to multicultural literature. Mingshui Cai, Ph.D., Ohio State University.
The unique convergence: a community study of Monterey Park, California. Timothy Patrick Fong, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.
The relationship between ethnic identity and achievement motivation in Chinese Americans and Filipino Americans. John Tsung-Han Wu, Ed.D., Harvard University.