The Position Of Asian-Americans In The Bay Area Political Economy
Examines the Asian population in the Bay Area in three steps: a demographic overview, analysis of two recent events (campaign finance scandal and Prop. 187) and an analysis of a new unification of the various Asian-American communities.
# 12407 | 1,575 words | 6 sources | 1997 |
Published on Jun 11, 2003 in Asian Studies (Asian American) , Political Science (State and Local Politics) , Economics (General)
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Historically, the AsianAmerican community of the Bay Area which numbers well over one million people, has had trouble organizing itself into activist collectives and learning to speak with one voice (Lee, 1994). During the last several months, events have forced the disparate community to put aside certain cultural and ethnic differences and join forces to fight a formidable foe the modern, American metroplex. This paper studies the AsianAmerican population of the Bay Area in three main parts. The first section provides a statistical overview of the AsianAmerican population. The second section discusses two recent events which have had a major impact on the AsianAmerican community. The third section shows how those same events have ..."
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