Asian Women Immigrants Analytical Essay by Primo

Asian Women Immigrants
This paper takes a look at two generations of Asian women worker immigrants to America.
# 5883 | 1,100 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Feb 10, 2003 in Ethnic Studies (Asia) , Ethnic Studies (North American) , Hot Topics (Immigration)

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An examination of the social issues created by the influx of immigrant workers with a special focus on female workers from Asian countries. This paper looks at how these women have to fight for recognition on a number of fronts - being Asian, being immigrants and especially being women. The writer looks at two generations of these workers and asks if their personal attitudes have changed and whether society's attitudes have changed towards them, as well.

From the Paper:

"With the high level of susceptibility to gender and minority issue, Asian women immigrants have to cope with more challenge than their male fellows do. As immigrants, they need enough fortitude to get along with their new community besides fulfilling personal dreams.

"The problem of discrimination has been continuing since the first group came in America in the middle of 19th century. The earlier generation mainly worked as labors, domestic helpers, even prostitutes. The industrialization era commenced in America in 1870 had attracted mass movements of migrants from other countries and built long establishment after that."

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