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In total, the book provides unprecedented insight into the experience of Koreans in North America. Required reading for scholars in social science, ethnic studies and international migration.
This book explores the ways through which Korean American men demonstrate and navigate their manhood within a US context that has historically sorted them . ykoketomel.ml - Buy Religious Experience Among Second Generation Korean Americans (Asian Christianity in the Diaspora) book online at best prices in India on.
Gold, professor of sociology, Michigan State University. Table of Contents.
Some of Korean American Church leaders are aware of this problem and try to concentrate on the 2nd generation ministry and English worship services because they believe the language is the main reason for 2nd generations leaving the church. Those who listened to the youth heard their particular concerns, which they quietly expressed so as not to dishonor their elders. Chapter 5 examines attitudes about intergroup relations and intergroup marriage. Most Korean Christians feel that these religions are somewhat "superstition" but not "true religion" like Christianity. First, the data presented here should not be interpreted as proving or disproving that there has been upward mobility between immigrant parents and their children. On the other hand, the "nominal" Christian youths are more tolerant, inclusive, less dogmatic, less judgmental, and open minded.
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