Acculturation, network, orientation, and values: their impact on help-seeking attitudes and preferences for help sources among Chinese American students. Shiraz Piroshaw Tata, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
Assessment of psychopathology among Chinese American psychiatric inpatients. Grace Chen-Shin Wang, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles.
China in America: a cultural study of Chinese San Francisco, 1850-1943. Yong Chen, Ph.D., Cornell University.
Chinese American women's development of voice and cultural identity: a participatory research study via feminist oral history. Jennifer J. Jue, Ed.D., University of San Francisco.
Effective biblical preaching and numerical growth in first Chinese Baptist Church. William Oituen Lew, D.Min., Talbot School of Theology, Biola University.
Effects of acculturation levels and interpersonal, immigrant, and demographic variables on the cultural adjustment difficulties of Asian international people and Asian Americans. Edward Wai Ming Lai, Ph.D., University of Nebraska - Lincoln.
Environmental influences on growth and health status in ethnic Chinese populations. May-Choo Wong Wang, D.P.H., University of California, Berkeley.
An ethnography of Chinese families in America: implications for family therapy. Shi-Jiuan Wu, Ph.D., Iowa State University.
Family relationships, broken homes, acculturation and delinquency in Chinese-American communities. Yue Ma, Ph.D., Rutgers University.
Filial piety: tradition and change. The effect of culture change on filial piety of the Chinese Americans at a residence for the Chinese elderly. Jian Li, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
Gatekeeping within ethnic contexts: a case study of the Chinese-language newspapers in Los Angeles. Tsung-Chi Hsu, Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin.
Gender role perception: a study of two generations of Chinese American women. Chi-Kwan Ho, Ph.D., University of Maryland.
How acculturation and loss of face relate to coping styles for Chinese Americans in Los Angeles. Marian Mee Lun Chow, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts.
Hunger, cannibalism, and the politics of eating alimentary discourse in Chinese and Chinese-American literature. Gang Yue, Ph.D., University of Oregon.
Immigrant music and transnational discourse: Chinese American music culture in New York City. Su De San Zheng, Ph.D., Wesleyan University.
An investigation of the differences between Chinese Americans and White Americans with respect to family environment, value orientations, and their relationship to self-esteem. Hui-Ching Hu, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Modernization and marital relations in Taiwan Chinese individuals: a comparison of native Taiwan Chinese and Taiwan Chinese in America. Mark A. Lewinsohn, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley.
Mother-and-daughter writing and the politics of location in Maxine Hong Kingston's "The woman warrior" and Amy Tan's "The Joy Luck Club". Wendy Ann Ho, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Of orphans and warriors: the construction of Chinese American culture and identity, 1930s to the 1990s. Gloria He-Yung Chun, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.
"Old Christmas cake" or independent women? Never married Chinese ane Japanese American women. Susan J. Ferguson, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts.
Parental authority and its impact on the self-esteem of Chinese American college students. Eugenie Addie Hsu, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley.
The politics of race and gender: mothers and daughters in the novels of Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, Maxine Hong Kingston, and Joy Kogawa. Eunsook Koo, Ph.D. State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Portrayals of the Chinese in fiction for children, 1925-1991. Mei-Ying Liu, Ph.D., Ohio State University.
Re-weighting the quality of well-being scale and assessment of self-reported health status in Chinese-Americans. Yen-Huei Tony Tarn, Ph.D., University of Arizona,
Residential preferences: a brain drain study on Chinese students in the United States. Xiaoping Zhang, Ed.D., Harvard University.
Self-reported embarrassment between Chinese, Chinese American, and Caucasian American college students. Sammy Lee, Ph.D., University of Arizona.
Traditionalism among Chinese American married women and their families: immigrants and nature-born. Richard Michael Tokar, Ph.D., City University of New York.
Women and defense industries in World War Two. Xiaojian Zhao, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.
The academic achievement and parent-child relationships of Chinese-American and European-American early adolescents. Andrew John Fuligni, Ph.D., University of Michigan.
Acculturation and psychological well-being among Chinese American college students Mang-So Tsoi-Fullar, Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Acculturation and second language acquisition: a sociolinguistic study of native speakers of Chinese in the United States. Carl Zhonggang Gao, Ed.D., Rutgers University.
Author and audience across cultural margins: narrative transactions between ethnic writers and outsider readers. Susan Starr Bleyler Richardson, Ph.D., Ohio State University.
Bethinking the Biildungsroman: return of the repressed in "The bluest eye", "Sula". "The woman warrior", and "China men". Pin-Chia Feng, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Breaking down the walls of jade: a study of acculturation and second-generation Chinese-American women. Constance Louie, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley.
Chinese American undergraduates' choice of college major: a socio-structural analysis using Blau's occupational choice model. Richiang Amy Chiang, Ph.D., New York University.
The compound I: narrative and identity in the novels of Tom Morrison, Louise Erdrich, and Amy Tan. E. Shelley Reid, Ph.D., State University of New York at Buffalo.
The development of an acculturation measure for Chinese Americans. Michael Richard Khaler, Ph.D.,United States International University.
Dietary fat and cholesterol intake of Chinese Americans in the Houston metropolitan area. Beverly Jean Quan Gor, Ed.D., University of Houston.
Dragon in the land of the eagle: the exclusion of Chinese from U.S. citizenship, 1848-1943. Qingsong Zhang, Ph.D., University of Virginia.
"The first born" (1897): a cultural, historical, and literary study of Francis Powers and David Belasco's unpublished drama of Chinese life in America. Sher Yi Fern Nadler, Ph.D., Florida State University.
Health, medicine, and beliefs: Chinese American elderly in a developing multicultural urban community. Zibin Guo, Ph.D., University of Connecticut.
Help-seeking tendencies of Chinese American youths as a function of acculturation level and family factors. Eliza Hui Lian-Ding, Ph.D., Georgia State University.
An intervention enhancing the perceived efficacy of professional mental health services with Chinese Americans. Wai Yin Leung, Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary, school of Psychology.
Keeping the Chinese heritage within the American mainstream: a case study of Chinese American children in Chicago. Zhuojun Chen, Ph.D., University of Iowa.
Learning to count: the context of culture, family, gesture and language. Theresa Ann Graham,. Ph.D., University of Michigan.
Ministry at arms" length: Asian Americans in the racial ideology of American mainline Protestants, 1882-1952. Timothy Tseng, Ph.D., Union Theological Seminary.
The musical activities of the Chinese American communities in the San Francisco bay area: a social and cultural study. Wei Hua Zhang, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.
Neither-nor or both-and: a study of Chinese American writers. Chiung-Huei Joan Chang, Ph.D., University of Oregon.
Parents and educational expectations and achievement-supporting behavior, and children's academic achievement: a cross-cultural study of American, Chinese American and Chinese families. Huyi Hines, Ph.D., University of Kentucky.
Parents' attitudes toward science education and expectations for their high school children's performance in science: comparisons among American, Chinese American and Chinese families. Huabin Chen, Ph.D., Indiana University.
Perceived prejudice and ethnic identity as related to acculturation in Chinese Americans. Chun-yu Pu, Ph.D. California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles.
Perceptions of friendships among Chinese-American and European-American children and adolescents. Hsiu-Wen Yu, Ph.D., Purdue University.
Preschools' conceptions of moral and social rules. Richard Clarke Fowler, Ph.D., Tufts University.
Primary and secondary control in American and Chinese-American adults: cross-cultural and life-span developmental perspectives. Ying Peng, Ph.D., Brandeis University.
Psychological distress and quality of life as a function of family support: a cross-cultural comparison. Susan Youngjoo Oh, Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Psychology.
Psychometric assessment and cultural diversity: a validation study of the Beck depression inventory, a Chinese Beck depression inventory, and the Chinese depression inventory with respect to acculturation of Chinese American bilingual adults. Reni Narayen, Ph.D., Pacific graduate School of Psychology.
The relationship between first and second language literacy and social adaptation in new Chinese-American immigrants in New York City. Virginia M. Tong, Ph.D., New York University.
Remembrance, emulation, imagination: the Chinese and Chinese American Catholic ancestor memorial service. Beverly Joan Butcher, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania.
"Road to virtue": the moral world of Chinese- and Korean-American students. Robert Eng, Ed.D., Harvard University.
San Jose's old Chinatown, Heinlenville, 1850-1930: a historical study. Darlene Theresa Chan, Ed.D., University of San Francisco.
Self-disclosure and concealment among Chinese Americans as predicted by acculturation level, private self-consciousness, and face concerns. Carole Jeanne (Schiffman) Kjellander, Ph.D., Pacific Graduate School of Psychology.
Separation-individuation in Chinese-American adolescents. Heidi Y. Kwan, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles.
Supervisory relationship and process in two cross-cultural supervision dyads: a multiple case study. Naomi Chia-Yu Chao, Ph.D., University of Southern California.
Sweet cakes, long journey: a social and urban history of Portland, Oregon's first Chinatown. Rose Marie Wong, Ph.D., University of Washington. 1994
A teacher's manual on Christian evidences for educated Chinese in North America. Brian Wing-Kin Lam, D.Min., Dallas Theological Seminary.
Topographies of power: minority American literature and the politics of space. Nina Y. Morgan, Ph.D., University of California, Riverside.
Values in children's books: from Chinese, Chinese American and American authors' and children's points of view. Hai-Hon Chen, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.
Vulnerability factors to depression among Chinese American immigrant women. Betty Leong Tabora, D.N.Sc., University of California, Los Angeles.