By Bandana Purkayastha, Miho Iwata, Shweta Majumdar Adur, Ranita Ray, Trisha Tiamzon
As the Leaves flip Gold examines the demanding situations and possibilities round getting older for Asian American men and women within the usa. The e-book appears at quite a number Asian Americans—affluent and negative, third-generation natives and up to date immigrants, political exiles and up to date migrants, those that immigrated early in lifestyles and people who immigrated past due in life—and good points interview excerpts that carry those matters to lifestyles.
The booklet exhibits how the lifestyles classes of people, together with discrimination they could have confronted in past years, can form their golden years. As they get older, Asian american citizens proceed to fight to slot into American society—this is right even of these who're hugely trained, really prosperous, and feature lived and labored with non-Asian american citizens for many in their lives. As the Leaves flip Gold discusses not just the demanding situations older Asian american citizens face, corresponding to loss of sufficient aid companies, but in addition neighborhood and transnational strategies. As the Leaves flip Gold is a vital exam of getting older, immigration, and social inequality.
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Extra info for As the Leaves Turn Gold: Asian Americans and Experiences of Aging
S. Census Bureau, Census 2000. 7/16/12 10:54 AM Whose Lives? Whose Voices? 25 Other studies indicate that for Asian Americans the proportion of undocumented people is low. 2 percent (Hoeffer, Rytina, and Baker 2011). 3 percent naturalized citizens—than noncitizens, though the proportions vary between men and women. 7 percent naturalized citizens. 3 percent naturalized citizens. 9 percent are naturalized citizens. Although all of these groups are classified as “Asian Americans,” the variations in political status reflect their different histories in the United States, which we describe in the next section.
As a result of local laws, they were forced to send their children to segregated schools; were not allowed to run businesses or own land, homes, and other property; and were not allowed to seek citizenship (Kitano and Daniels 1995). S. when he was two years old—challenged his political status. S. 6 Japanese immigrants and Americans of Japanese origin were sent to these internment camps because of their supposed deep-seated cultural affiliation and active political sympathy with Japan (Weglyn 1976; Yang Murray 2000).
While we provide more contextual information throughout the book, the brief histories provided in this chapter help us to explain the structural factors that have shaped specific groups of Asian Americans. This chapter also documents how our theoretical concerns guided the methods we used to seek information about aging experiences. indb 21 7/16/12 10:54 AM 22 Chapter 2 section we explain how we develop our emphases on diverse Asian American experiences: of third-generation citizens, of first-generation economic immigrants, of trailing spouses, of refugees, of the relatively affluent, and of the poor.
As the Leaves Turn Gold: Asian Americans and Experiences of Aging by Bandana Purkayastha, Miho Iwata, Shweta Majumdar Adur, Ranita Ray, Trisha Tiamzon