Chinese American Intermarriage

Chinese American Intermarriage

Chinese American Intermarriage is a sociological study of the phenomenon of intermarriage based upon the Chinese American experience in New York City. This book shows how family objection is the worst obstacle, how spousal relations are affected by cultural differences, how society views and treats the couple, and how mixed children of the union cope with their dual identities. Chinese American Intermarriage adds to the literature on marriage and family. It is the first time that a systematic study has been done on this subject.

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Betty Lee Sung

Date of Publication 1990
Pages 140
ISBN 0-934733-47-3 (HC) 0-934733-48-1 (SC)
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Price $19.95

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