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  • Chang, P. M. 1981 Health and Crime among Chinese-Americans: Recent Trends”, Phylon, 42(4): 356368. Dec.
  • Chang, S. 1974 Mental Health in Chinatown”, Bridge. Pp. 3437. Feb.
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  • Chen, T. H. and W. E. Chen 1959 Changing Attitudes toward Parents in Communist China”, Sociology and Social Research, 43(3): 175182. Jan-Feb.
  • Chin, A. 1948 Some Problems of Chinese Youth in Transition”, American Journal of Sociology, 51(1):7. July.
  • Chou, S. and C. Mi; 1947 Relative Neurotic Tendency of Chinese and American Students”, The Journal of Social Psychology, 8(2): 155184. May.
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  • Dreifus, C. 1982 LI Interview: Dr. Robert Coles”, New York Newsday, Sunday Magazine. Pp. 1525. Jan 3.
  • Doyle, P. 1976 Gang Hacks Two Youths in Chinatown”, Daily News, October 13.
  • Feinberg, L. 1981 Asian Students Excelling in Area, U.S. Schools”, Washington Post. July.
  • Fernandez, C., R. W. Espinosa, and S. M. Dornbusch 1975 Factors Perpetuating the Low Academic Status of Chicano High School Students”. Stanford, CA: Stanford Center for Research and Development in Teaching, School of Education. July.
  • Finn, S. and W. H. Kross 1972 Child Rearing Attitudes of Chinese, Jewish, and Protestant Mothers”, Journal of Social Psychology, 86:203.
  • Fong, S.L.M. 1973 Assimilation and Changing Social Roles of Chinese-Americans”, Social Issues, 29(2): 115127.
  • Fong, S.L.M. 1970 Sex Roles in the Modern Fabric of China”. In Sex Roles in Changing Society. Edited by G. H. Seward and R. C. Williamson. New York: Random House.
  • Fong, S.L.M. 1968 Identity Conflicts of Chinese Adolescents in San Francisco”. In Minority Group Adolescents in the United States. Edited by E. B. Brody. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins.
  • Fong, S.L.M. 1965 Assimilation of Chinese in America: Changes in Orientation and Social Perception”, American Journal of Sociology, 71:265273.
  • Fong, S.L.M. and H. Peskin 1969 Sex Role Strain and Personality Adjustment of China-born Students in America: A Pilot Study”, Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 74:563567.
  • Friedman, J. C. 1975 Profile of Juvenile Gang Members”, Adolescence, 10:563607.Winter.
  • Friedman, J. C., F. Mann and H. Adelman 1976 Juvenile Street Gangs: The Victimization of Youth”, Adolescence, 11(44): 527533. Winter.
  • Golant, S. M. 1971 Adjustment Process in a System: A Behavior Model of Human Movement”, Geographic Analysis, 3:203219.July.
  • Herzog, E. and C. Sudia 1968 Fatherless Homes: A Review of Research”, Children. Pp. 172182. Sept-Oct.
  • Holsendolph, E. 1982 Bilingual Funds: A Problem in Any Language”, New York Sunday Times, Fall Survey of Education. Sec. 12. Nov 14.
  • Hong, L. K. 1976 Recent Immigrants in the Chinese-American Community: Issues of Adaptations and Impacts”, International Migration Review, 10(4): 509513. Winter.
  • Hong, L. K. 1975 Triple Stress: Some Special Social Psychological Problems of the Recent Chinese Immigrants in the United States”, Los Angeles: California State University.
  • Hong, L. K. and R. T. Tsukashima 1980 Asian/Pacific Americans”, California Sociologist (special issue), 3(2). Summer.
  • Hsia, J. 1983 Cognitive Assessment of Asian Americans”. In Asian and Pacific American Perspective in Bilingual Education. Edited by M. Chu-Chung. New York: Teachers College Press.
  • Hsu, F.L.K. 1974 Intercultural Understanding: Genuine and Spurious”.Evanston, IL: Northwestern University. January.
  • Hsu, F.L.K. 1973 Kinship Is the Key”, The Center Magazine, 6(6). Nov-Dec.
  • Hsu, F.L.K. 1961 American Core Value and National Character”. In Psychological Anthropology. Edited by Francis Hsu. Homewood, IL: Dorsey Press.
  • Hsu, F.L.K. 1960 Rugged Individualism Reconsidered”, The Colorado Quarterly, 9(2). Autumn.
  • Hsu, F.L.K. 1959 The Family in China: The Classical Form”. In The Family: Its Function and Destiny. Edited by Ruth Anshen. New York: Harper and Bros. Pp. 123245.
  • Hsu, F.L.K. 1943 The Myth of Chinese Family Size”, American Journal of Sociology..
  • Hsu, F.L.K. 1943 Chinese Kinship and Chinese Behavior”. In China in Crisis. Edited by Ping-ti Ho and Tang Tsou. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Vol. 1, Book 2. p. 583.
  • Hsu, F., B. G. Watrous, and E. Lord 1961 Culture Pattern and Adolescent Behavior”, International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 7(1).
  • Jacobson, M. 1977 New York's Other Mafia: Part One: Young Warriors Fight for Their Place in a Changing Chinatown”, The Village Voice, Pp. 1215. Jan. 31.
  • Jacobson, M. 1977 Nicky Louie's Mean Streets: Tongs Strike Back in Chinatown”, The Village Voice. Pp. 1820. Feb. 8.
  • Journal of Social Issues 1973 Asian Americans: A Success Story”, Journal of Social Issues (special edition), 29(2).
  • Kamm, H. 1979 A Confrontation on Refugees”, New York Times, June 28.
  • Kates, B. 1976 Youth Gangs Are Ruining Chinatown”, Daily News. Dec. 5.
  • Kendis, K. and R. Kendis 1976 The Street Boy Identity: An Alternate Strategy of Boston's Chinese-Americans”, Urban Anthropology, 5(1). Spring.
  • Kitano, H. 1964 Inter and Intragenerational Differences in Maternal Attitudes toward Child Rearing”, Journal of Social Psychology, 63:215220.
  • Kitano, H. 1961 Differential Child-Rearing Attitudes between First and Second Generation Japanese in the United States”, Journal of Social Psychology, 53:1319.
  • Kitano, H. and S. Sue 1973 The Model Minorities”, Journal of Social Issues, 29(2): 110.
  • Kunz, E. F. 1973 The Refugees in Flight: Kinetic Models and Forms of Displacement”, International Migration Review, 7:125146.
  • Kuo, W. 1976 Theories of Migration and Mental Health: An Empirical Testing on Chinese Americans”, Social Science and Medicine, 10:297306.
  • Lan, D. 1972 Chinatown Sweatshops: Oppression and an Alternative”, Amerasia Journal, 1:4057.Nov.
  • Lee, R. H. 1956 The Recent Immigrant Chinese Families of the San Francisco-Oakland Area”, Marriage and Family Living, 18:1424.
  • Lee, R. H. 1949 Research on the Chinese Family”, American Journal of Sociology, 54(6): 497504. May.
  • Lee, S. C. 1953 China's Traditional Family: Its Characteristics and Disintegration”, American Sociological Review, 18:272280.
  • Lewis, J. 1976 Chinatown Spreads Out and Grows Within”, Daily News, Nov. 28.
  • Lin, T. 1953 Study of the Incidence of Mental Disorder in Chinese and Other Cultures”, Psychiatry, 16(4): 313336. Nov.
  • Lindsey, R. 1982 The New Asian Immigrants: Making Their Mark on America”, New York Times Magazine, Pp. 2242. May 9.
  • Liu, W. T. 1966 Chinese Value Orientations in Hong Kong”, Sociological Analysis, 27(2): 5366. Summer.
  • Liu, W. T. 1966 Comparative Study of Refugee and Local Families”, Journal of Marriage and the Family. August.
  • Liu, W. T. 1965 Achievement Motivation among Chinese Youth in Southeast Asia”, Asian Survey, 5(4): 186196. April.
  • Liu, W. T., et al. 1973 Conjugal Power and Decision Making: A Methodological Note on Cross-cultural Study of the Family”, The American Journal of Sociology, 79(1). July.
  • Lyman, S. 1971 Red Guard on Grant Avenue: The Rise of Youthful Rebellion in Chinatowns”, Asians in the West. Reno: Desert Research Institute.
  • Lyman, S. 1968 Race Relations Cycle of Robert E. Parks”, Pacific Sociological Review, Pp. 1622. Spring.
  • Mairland, L. 1976 Five Hurt in Chinatown Gang Fight: Flare-up Follows Month's Truce”, New York Times, Sept. 10.
  • Marsella, A. J., D. Kinzie, and P. Gordon 1973 Ethnic Variations in the Expression of Depression”, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 4(4): 435458. Dec.
  • McCarthy, C. 1977 The Government's–and the Family's–Obligation to the Family”, Washington Post, P.A15, Jan. 29.
  • McClelland, D. D. 1963 Motivational Patterns in S.E. Asia with Special Reference to the Chinese Case”, Journal of Social Issues, 19(1).
  • McFadden, R. D. 1977 Chinatown ‘Mayor’ Critically Injured in Knife Attack”, New York Times, July 12.
  • Meade, R. D. 1970 Leadership Studies of Chinese and Chinese-Americans”, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 1.
  • Meadows, P. 1980 Immigration Theory: A Review of Thematic Strategies”. In Source Book on the New Immigration. Edited by Roy Simon Bryce-Laporte. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books.
  • Mechanic, D. 1974 Social Structure and Personal Adaptation: Some Neglected Dimensions”. In Coping and Adaptation. Edited by G. V. Coelho, et al. New York: Basic Books.
  • Mitchell, J. 1976 Warring Gangs of Chinatown”, New York Post, Oct. 27.
  • Miller, W. B. 1958 Lower Class Culture as a Generating Milieu of Gang Delinquency”, Journal of Social Issues, 14(3): 219236.
  • Montero, D. 1979 Vietnamese Refugees in America: Toward a Theory of Spontaneous International Migration”, International Migration Review, 3(4). Winter.
  • Newsweek 1979 Jimmy's Boat People”, Newsweek. P. 37. August 6.
  • New York Times 1978 Chinatown Stabber Jailed”, New York Times, March 7.
  • New York Times 1972 Study Discloses Wide Disparity in Crime and Police Efficiency”, New York Times, Pp. 1 and 16. Feb. 14.
  • Rice, B. 1977 The New Gangs of Chinatown”, Psychology Today, Pp. 6069. May.
  • Richmond, A. H. and R. P. Verma 1978 The Economic Adaptation of Immigrants: A New Theoretical Perspective”, International Migration Review, 12(1): 338. Spring.
  • Rosen, B. 1959 Race, Ethnicity, and the Achievement Syndrome”, American Sociological Review, 24:4760.
  • Rosenthal, R. and L. Jacobson. 1968 Teacher Expectation for the Disadvantaged”, Scientific American, 218:1923.April.
  • Schumach, M. 1970 Neighborhoods: Chinatown Is Troubled by New Influx”, New York Times, June 16.
  • Schwartz, A. J. 1971 The Culturally Advantaged: A Study of Japanese-American Pupils”, Sociology and Social Research, 55:341353.
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  • Sheppard, N. Jr.. 1973 Youth Gangs Involving 200 Members Become Growing Menace in Chinatown”, New York Times, Aug. 18.
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  • Siegel, B. 1983 New Immigrants about to Transform America Ethnically”, Chinatown News, P. 3. April 18. Reprinted from Los Angeles Times..
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  • Smith, M. E. 1938 A Comparison of the Neurotic Tendencies of Students of Different Racial Ancestry in Hawaii”, Journal of Social Psychology, 9:395417.
  • Sollenberger, R. 1968 Chinese American Child Rearing Practices and Juvenile Delinquency”, Journal of Social Psychology, 74:1323.
  • Sommer, J. 1981 Public Education: America's Street of Gold”, American Educator, P. 25. Summer.
  • Sommerlad, E. and J. W. Berry. 1970 The Role of Ethnic Identification in Distinguishing between Attitudes toward Assimilation and Integration of a Minority Racial Group”, Human Relations, 23:2329.
  • Stokes, H. S. 1979 Ships Bound for Japan Avoiding Seas Traversed by ‘Boat People’”, New York Times, July 15.
  • Sue, D. W. 1973 Ethnic Identity: The Impact of Two Cultures on the Psychological Development of Asians in America”. In Asian Americans: Psychological Perspectives. Edited by S. Sue and N. Wagner. Ben Lomond, CA: Science and Behavior Books.
  • Sue, D. W. and B. A. Kirk. 1972 Psychological Characteristics of Chinese American College Students”, Journal of Counseling Psychology, 19:471478.
  • Sue, D. W. and S. Sue 1972 Counseling Chinese Americans”, Personnel and Guidance Journal, 50:637644.
  • Sue, D. W. and S. Sue April. 1972 Ethnic Minorities: Resistance to Being Researched”, Professional Psychology, 3:1117.
  • Sue, S. 1973 Community Intervention: Implications for Action”. In Asian Americans: Psychological Perspectives. Edited by S. Sue and N. Wagner. Ben Lomond, CA.: Science and Behavior Books.
  • Sue, S. and H. Kitano 1973 The Model Minorities”, Journal of Social Issues, 29(2): 19.
  • Sue, S. and H. Kitano 1973 Stereotypes As a Measure of Success”, Journal of Social Issues, 29(2): 8398.
  • Sue, S. and D. W. Sue 1971 Chinese-American Personality and Mental Health”, Amerasia Journal, 2:3649.
  • Sue, S., et al. 1976 Conceptions of Mental Illness among Asians and Caucasian American Students”, Psychological Reports, 38:703708.
  • Sue, S., et al. 1975 Asian Americans As a Minority Group”, American Psychologist, 30:906910.
  • Taft, R. 1979 A Comparative Study of the Initial Adjustment of Immigrant School Children in Australia”, International Migration Review, 13:7180.Spring.
  • Teper, S. 1977 Ethnicity, Race and Human Development”, New York: Institute on Pluralism and Group Identity of the American Jewish Committee.
  • Thomas, W. I. 193031 “Relationship of Research in the Social Process”, Essays on Research in the Social Sciences: Papers Presented in a General Seminar Conducted by the Committee on Training of the Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution.
  • Time 1983 Confucian Work Ethic”, Time, March 28. P. 52.
  • Transaction 1968 Why Chinatown's Children Are Not Delinquent”, Transaction, 5:3. Sept.
  • Williams, J. 1982 Young Suicides–Tragic and on the Increase”, New York Times. P. 10E. Apr. 25.
  • Wong, B. 1976 Social Stratification, Adaptive Strategies, and the Chinese Community of New York”, Urban Life, 5(1): 3352. April.
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  6. BIBLIOGRAPHIES
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  • Bay Area Social Planning Council 1971 Chinese Newcomers in San Francisco”. San Francisco: Bay Area Social Planning Council, February.
  • Bernard, W. S., ed. 1972 Immigrants and Ethnicity”. New York: American Immigration and Citizenship Conference.
  • Chao, R. 1977 Chinese Immigrant Children”. Edited by Betty Lee Sung. New York: City College of New York, Dept. of Asian Studies.
  • Chiswick, B. R. 1977 The Effect of Americanization on the Earnings of Foreign-born Men”. Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution.
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  • Hurh, W. M. and K. C. Kim. 1980 Korean Immigrants in America: A Structural Analysis of Ethnic Confinement and Adhesive Adaptation”. U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Mental Health.
  • Integrated Education Associates Staff 1972 Chinese Americans: School and Community Problems.
  • International Ladies Garment Worker's Union Local 23–25 1983 Chinatown Garment Industry Study of the International Ladies Garment Worker's Union.
  • Kim, B. L. 1980 Korean American Child at School and at Home”, U.S. Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare, Administration for Children, Youth and Family.
  • Lai, H. M. and P. P. Choy. 1972 Outlines: History of the Chinese in America”. Published by the authors.
  • Lesser, G., Fifer, G. and Clark, D. 1965 Mental Abilities of Children from Different Social Class and Cultural Groups”. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, Serial No. 102, 30(4).
  • Llanes, J. R. 1980 Human Enculturation within Group Culture-Clusters: Assimilation Patterns of Vietnamese Immigrants”, Paper presented at International Conference on Communication, Human Evolution and Development.
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  • New York City Board of Education Community School Profiles 1978 “Community School Profiles, 1976–77.
  • New York City Board of Education Community School Profiles 1975 Community School Profiles, 1973–1974”. April.
  • New York City Planning Commission 1976 Chinatown Street Revitalization”. May.
  • New York City Planning Commission 1974 Community School District Profiles”. July.
  • San Francisco Department of City Planning 1972 1970 Census: Population and Housing Summary and Analysis”. August.
  • Sung, B. L. 1977 Gangs in New York's Chinatown”. New York: City College of New York, Dept. of Asian Studies.
  • U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census 1980 Census of Population. New York State. (PC)1 B34.
  • U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census 1980 Social Indicators III, Dec.
  • U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census 1978 Special Census of Lower Manhattan, New York City”. Sept. 26.
  • U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census 1970 Japanese, Chinese and Filipinos in the United States” PC(2)1G.
  • U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census 1960 United States Census of Population: Non-White Population by Race.
  • U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare 1977 Evaluation of the Impact of ESEA Title VII Spanish/English Bilingual Education Programs”. Interim Report. April.
  • U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare 1976 Asian American Reference Data Directory”. Washington, D.C.: Rj Associates. March.
  • U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare 1976 Annual Vital Statistics of the United States, Public Health Service.
  • U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation 1976 Crime in the United States. Uniform Crime Report, August.
  • U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation 1976 Immigration and Naturalization Service. Annual Reports..
  • U.S. Department of Labor, Manpower Administration 1974 Immigrants and the American Labor Market”. Manpower Research Monograph No. 31.
  • U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on the Judiciary 1980 Immigration and Nationality Act with Amendments and Notes on Related Laws”. 7th ed. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.
  • Yankelovich, Skelly and White, Inc. 1977 Raising Children in a Changing Society. The General Mills American Family Report 1976–77. Minneapolis, MN: General Mills.
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  • Chen, M. K. 1964 Intelligence and Bilingualism as Independent Variables in Study of Junior High School Students of Chinese Descent. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California.
  • Kolm, R. 1966 The Change of Cultural Identity: An Analysis of Factors Conditioning the Cultural Integration of Immigrants. Ph.D. dissertation, Wayne State University.
  • Tam, T. 1978 Chinese Suicide: An Investigation of the Problem in the Various Chinese Communities with Particular Emphasis on New York City”. M.A. thesis, Columbia University School of Public Health.
  • Tan, M. G. 1968 Social Mobility and Assimilation: The Chinese in the United States, Ph.D. dissertation, University of California.
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  • Voss, H. L. 1961 Insulation of Vulnerability to Delinquency: A Comparison of the Hawaiians and Japanese. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Wisconsin.

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  • Bridge—The Asian American Magazine. New York: Basement Workshop. (1972-).
  • Chinatown News. Vancouver, Canada. (1953-).
  • Civil Rights Digest, special issue on Asian Americans. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 9 (1). Fall, (1978).
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  • U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service 1979 Immigration Literature: Abstracts of Demographic, Economic, and Policy Study. June.
  • Yashitomi, J., et al. 1978 Asians in the Northwest. Washington: Northwest Asian American Studies Research Group and the Asian American Studies Program at the University of Washington.