By Kent A. Ono
A spouse to Asian American stories is produced from 20 formerly released essays that experience performed a big ancient function within the conceptualization of Asian American experiences as a box.
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141. 16 S. Tom, Mental Health in the Chinese Community of San Francisco. Paper found in AsianAmerican Studies Center, UCLA, 1968. 17 D. W. Sue, and B. A. Kirk, Psychological Characteristics of Chinese-American Students. Paper submitted for publication, 1971. 18 S. Sue, and D. W. Sue, The Reflection of Culture Conflict in the Psychological Problems of Chinese Americans. Parts of this paper presented at the First National Conference on AsianAmerican Studies, Los Angeles, California, April, 1971.
Klein, Community Dynamics and Mental Health (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1968), 13. 20 Sue and Sue, The Reflection of Culture Conflict. 34 CHAPTER TWO The Ghetto of the Mind: Notes on the Historical Psychology of Chinese America* Ben R. Tong Introduction: Yellow Niggerism and Psychotherapy In their recent essay on ‘‘Chinese-American Personality and Mental Health’’ (Amerasia Journal, July 1971), psychologists Derald and Stanley Sue condemn American psychotherapy as inadequate for Chinese-Americans.
Janet T. is a 21 year-old senior, majoring in sociology. She was born and raised in Portland, Oregon, where she had limited contact with members of her own race. Her father, a second generation Chinese-American, is a 53 year-old doctor. Her mother, age 44, is a housewife. Janet is the second oldest of three children and has an older brother (currently in medical school) and a younger brother, age 17. Janet came for therapy suffering from a severe depressive reaction manifested by feelings of worthlessness, by suicidal ideation, and by an inability to concentrate.
A Companion to Asian American Studies by Kent A. Ono