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Handbook of Asian American Psychology
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Handbook of Asian American Psychology

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November 1999 | 600 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This comprehensive volume, now available in paperback, examines current research and constructs necessary for improving our understanding of Asian Americans. The contributors focus on a wide range of topics, including racism, family violence, addictive behaviours, interracial marriage, academic achievement, interpersonal relationships, career development and mental health.
Dick Suinn
Foreword
Lee C Lee
An Overview
Jeffrey S Tanaka et al
Research Methods
The Construct Validity of Self-Identity and its Psychological Implications

 
 
PART ONE: LIFE COURSE DEVELOPMENT
Barbara Yee, Larke Huang and Angela Lew
Families
Life-Span Socialization in a Cultural Context

 
Lee C Lee and Ginny Zhan
Psychosocial Status of Children and Youths
Paul Wong and Victor Ujimoto
The Elderly
Their Stress, Coping and Mental Health

 
Maria Root
Women
Harry Kitano, Diane Fujino and Jane Takahashi Sato
Interracial Marriages
Where are the Asian Americans and where are they going?

 
Maria Root
Multiracial Americans
Changing the Face of Asian America

 
David Sue, Winnie Mak and Derald Sue
Ethnic Identity
Jayjia Hsia and Samuel Peng
Academic Achievement and Performance
Frederick Leong
Career Development and Vocational Behaviours
 
PART TWO: SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT
Kathleen Young and David Takeuchi
Racism
Donna Nagata
Internment and Intergenerational Relations
Kevin Chun et al
Psychopathology
Jean Chin
Mental Health Services and Treatment
Joyce Lum
Family Violence
Nolan Zane and Jeannie Huh-Kim
Addictive Behaviors

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ISBN: 9780761921189
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