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by Kwang Chung Kim,Won Moo Hurh

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Author:
Kwang Chung Kim,Won Moo Hurh
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Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Pr (September 1, 1984)
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Confinement and Adhesive Adaptation. Korean Americans as speakers of English: The acquisition of general and regional features.

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Hurh, Won Moo, and Kwang Chung Kim. Korean Immigrants in America: A Structural Analysis of Ethnic Confinement and Adhesive Adaptation. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1984. Overview of Korean immigration to the United States from a sociological perspective. Kim, Hyung-Chan, and Wayne Patterson, eds. The Koreans in America, 1882-1974. Chronology and fact book that examines the history of Korean immigration to the United States. Kim, Nadia Y. Imperial Citizens: Koreans and Race from Seoul to LA. Stanford, Calif.

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Korean Immigrants in America: A Structural Analysis of Ethnic Confinement and Adhesive Adaptation. Illsoo Kim. Won Moo Hurh.

By Won Moo Hurh and Kwang Chung Kim. Cranbury, New Jersey: Associated University Presses, 1984. New Urban Immigrants: The Korean Community in New York. By Ilsoo Kim. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1981. This is true largely because Asian immigrants seem to be doing quite well compared to other racial minorities, and some have even been labeled "model minorities.

Koreans in America: Social and Economic Adjustment. Pp. 75–98 in Boyong-Suh Kim and San-Hyin Lee (ed., The Korean Immigrants in America. National Institute of Mental Health. Koreans in America: Social and Economic Adjustment. The Association of Korean Christian Scholars in North America.

Hurh, Won Moo, and Kwang Chung Kim (1984). Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. Kendis, Kaoni O. (1988). A Matter of Comfort: Ethnic Maintenance and Ethnic Style among Third-Generation Japanese-Americans. Wong, Bernard (1983).

Won Moo Hurh Kwang Chung Kim Western Illinois University. TABLE 1. Adhesive Adaptation in Comparison to Other Modes of Ethnic Adaptation (Ideal Types). For data collection, 615 Korean immigrants in the Los Angeles area were interviewed in 1979.