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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Outstanding Resource and Interesting Book Sept. 27 2009
By Christine Yeh - Published on
Format: Hardcover
This outstanding and comprehensive book is a fantastic resource for anyone interested in race, education, counseling, multiculturalism, culture, ethnicity, psychology, and Asian Americans in particular. The Editors, Drs. Nita Tewari and Alvin Alvarez have compiled senior and junior scholars, researchers, academics, and psychologists to cover the most current and relevant topics in Asian American Psychology. This book would be an excellent textbook in an Asian American Psychology, cultural studies, cross-cultural psychology, courses. The chapters include many resources from videos to websites and interdisciplinary literature. The chapters also include case examples, discussion questions, and new and emerging trends in the field. There are also photos in each of the chapters revealing the true diversity of the Asian American experience. I have to admit I learned so much reading this book and I highly recommend it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Easy to read & understand Jan. 12 2009
By C. T. Lee - Published on
Format: Paperback
I bought this book on a recommendation. I am not a student studying the subject. The chapters covered a lot of areas of study which I found fascinating. I liked that each area was covered by a different research author thereby providing diverse points of view. I experienced many of the racial/ethnic issues covered and am glad there is a book that provides scholarly analysis and research about these issues in a way that is easy to read and understand.
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required for my course Nov. 29 2013
By Nga Mai - Published on
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There are great stories and concepts. I learned a lot from the course that required this textbook but we did not use it much.