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Yung, Judy, Comp.; And Others – Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1978
Listed in this bibliography are materials available on Asian American women at the Asian Community Library (Oakland Public Library) and the Asian American Studies Library (University of California, Berkeley). (Author/EB)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Bibliographies, Females, Resource Materials
Chai, Winberg – Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1978
An overview of Asian immigration history into the United States is used to illustrate the successful advances made by Asian Americans in employment and political representation in this country. It is argued that the key to Asian American success and upward mobility is education. (EB)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Cultural Background, Educational Background, Educational Mobility
Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1977
A partial listing of Asian American Theater productions to be presented during the 1977-78 season in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York. Brief information included about some of the works. (GC)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Drama, Ethnic Groups, Ethnicity
Yamada, Mitsuye – Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1979
The author recounts her experiences to show how she became aware of other people's stereotyping of her as a polite, obedient, compliant Asian American woman. (MC)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Ethnic Stereotypes, Experience, Females
Peralta, Victorina – Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1978
This study documents the fact that the Asian American elderly in Greater Philadelphia are unaware of or do not use existing social services, financial assistance, or senior citizens centers. (Author/AM)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Gerontology, Needs Assessment, Older Adults
Farquhar, Judith; Doi, Mary L. – Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1978
Discussed in this article are numerous films which feature Asian characters and the influence these films have on stereotyped images of Asians and prevailing racist attitudes toward Asian Americans. (EB)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Cultural Images, Ethnic Stereotypes, Films
Gatewood, Lucian – Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1978
The mechanism for providing more and better employment and training services to Asian Americans is already in place. What is needed now is greater understanding of how that mechanism works and greater involvement in what it is doing. (Author/AM)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Employment Programs, Equal Opportunities (Jobs), Federal Programs
Tong, Ben – Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1977
This article reports on the development and activities of an Asian American theater group on the West Coast. The author interviewed actors and organizers about how Asian social and political experiences, including the Vietnam war, are manifesting themselves in modern drama. (GC)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Creative Expression, Ethnic Stereotypes, Ethnicity
Oyama, David – Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1977
Compares the state of Asian American theater in New York to that of the West Coast. Asserts that while talent and dedication are not lacking in New York, Asian American drama lacks the originality, organization and purposeful focus it has in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle. (GC)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Drama, Ethnic Groups, Ethnicity
Paik, Irwin – Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1977
Focusing particularly on the individuals involved, this article describes the formation of an Asian American theater company in Los Angeles. Financial problems, public support, selection or creation of plays to perform, and problems of casting and directing have all affected the East West Players. (GC)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Drama, Drama Workshops, Ethnic Groups
Kahng, Anthong I. – Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1978
Presented in this article is an overview of the Allan Bakke case. Implications are made for the effects the court's decision will have on the future of affirmative action and on the potential civil rights achievements of minority groups, particularly Asian Americans. (EB)
Descriptors: Admission Criteria, Affirmative Action, Civil Rights, College Admission
Woo, Franklin J. – Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1978
Seen as tentative categories, Chinese in America and Chinese Americans, can serve as providing the framework for Chinese people to work together in the quest of Chinese ethnic self-understanding. (Author/EB)
Descriptors: Acculturation, Chinese Americans, Cultural Pluralism, Ethnicity
Reubens, Edwin P. – Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1978
The effects of Asian immigration on the U.S. is a small but mostly positive contribution to the labor force. For the Asian countries, the immigration relieves a new but persistent problem of the educated unemployed. (Author/AM)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Economic Factors, Economic Research, Employment
Oyama, David – Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1977
Political, social and ethnic awareness arising from the Vietnam war have influenced the performing arts. The proliferation of theaters and dramatic workshops and the level of consciousness in the works produced demonstrate trends in American ethnic theater. (GC)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Creative Writing, Drama, Ethnicity
Kumagai, Gloria L. – Bridge, An Asian American Perspective, 1978
Women of Asian ancestry have faced sex role stereotyping and discrimination as well as racial discrimination both in their own and American cultures since they immigrated to this country. (Author/EB)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Cultural Background, Employment Opportunities, Essays
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