The church as a surrogate family for working class immigrant chinese youth: An ethnography of segmented assimilation
Based on ethnographic data collected in a New York Chinatown church, this paper explores how ethnic socialization and upward assimilation work together, a primary theme of the segmented assimilation thesis, among working class immigrant Chinese youth who
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