You must be wondering why you're here , ” he said . ... Makes sense , I thought , though I wondered why I was alone with them , why they didn't wait to do it when Rachel , Tina , and the others were ... I hadn't 139 THEY WISH THEY WERE US.
Author: Jessica Goodman
Category: Young Adult Fiction
TV ADAPTATION "THE PLAYERS' TABLE" STARRING HALSEY AND EUPHORIA'S SYDNEY SWEENEY COMING TO HBO MAX “A pristine infusion of Gossip Girl and Netflix's Elite, this prep-school thriller has it all: plaid skirts, secret societies, and a gripping murder mystery, but paired with an adept critique of the powers and privileges that goeth before the fall.” – Elle In Gold Coast, Long Island, everything from the expensive downtown shops to the manicured beaches, to the pressed uniforms of Jill Newman and her friends, looks perfect. But as Jill found out three years ago, nothing is as it seems. Freshman year Jill's best friend, the brilliant, dazzling Shaila Arnold, was killed by her boyfriend. After that dark night on the beach, Graham confessed, the case was closed, and Jill tried to move on. Now, it's Jill's senior year and she's determined to make it her best yet. After all, she's a senior and a Player--a member of Gold Coast Prep's exclusive, not-so-secret secret society. Senior Players have the best parties, highest grades and the admiration of the entire school. This is going to be Jill's year. She's sure of it. But when Jill starts getting texts proclaiming Graham's innocence, her dreams of the perfect senior year start to crumble. If Graham didn't kill Shaila, who did? Jill vows to find out, but digging deeper could mean putting her friendships, and her future, in jeopardy.
These participants were asked constantly “what they were,” implying the lack of recognition as Americans, even though they were U.S. citizens by birth. By 1924, when the Asian Exclusion laws took effect, it was estimated that there were ...
Author: Pyong Gap Min
Publisher: Lexington Books
Category: Social Science
Younger-Generation Korean Experiences in the United States: Personal Narratives on Ethnic and Racial Identities compares the formation of ethnic and racial identities in two generational cohorts of a contemporary immigrant group. Through personal essays, the book reveals how external factors helped younger-generation Korean Americans who grew up in the 1980s and early 1990s retain more of their cultural heritage than had preceding generations.
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign RelationsPublish On: 1984
that they were assured that the operation would be covered by air and sea by United States planes and ships . My understanding in reconstructing the story subsequently is that at the President's press conference , which was about the ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on United States Security Agreements and Commitments AbroadPublish On: 1969
The staff already knows a lot that is going on because they were told when they went out to Laos . I know what I was told when I was in that country . So I wish you would tell us as much as you know . What went on in Laos is the purpose ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on United States Security Agreements and Commitments Abroad
when they had become more reluctant for security reasons to reveal that they were U.S. citizens, almost everyone still responded in the negative. But they also explained the discomfort they felt when faced with others' experiences with ...
Author: Ozlem Altan-Olcay
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Category: Political Science
An ethnographic exploration of the meaning of national citizenship in the context of globalization The American Passport in Turkey explores the diverse meanings and values that people outside of the United States attribute to U.S. citizenship, specifically those who possess or seek to obtain U.S. citizenship while residing in Turkey. Özlem Altan-Olcay and Evren Balta interviewed more than one hundred individuals and families and, through their narratives, shed light on how U.S. citizenship is imagined, experienced, and practiced in a setting where everyday life is marked by numerous uncertainties and unequal opportunities. When a Turkish mother wants to protect her daughter's modern, secular upbringing through U.S. citizenship, U.S. citizenship, for her, is a form of insurance for her daughter given Turkey's unknown political future. When a Turkish-American citizen describes how he can make a credible claim of national belonging because he returned to Turkey yet can also claim a cosmopolitan Western identity because of his U.S. citizenship, he represents the popular identification of the West with the United States. And when a natural-born U.S. citizen describes with enthusiasm the upward mobility she has experienced since moving to Turkey, she reveals how the status of U.S. citizenship and "Americanness" become valuable assets outside of the States. Offering a corrective to citizenship studies where discussions of inequality are largely limited to domestic frames, Altan-Olcay and Balta argue that the relationship between inequality and citizenship regimes can only be fully understood if considered transnationally. Additionally, The American Passport in Turkey demonstrates that U.S. global power not only reveals itself in terms of foreign policy but also manifests in the active desires people have for U.S. citizenship, even when they do not intend to live in the United States. These citizens, according to the authors, create a new kind of empire with borders and citizen-state relations that do not map onto recognizable political territories.
In 1996 , Australian exports to Japan were worth about US $ 12 billion ( after bouncing around the US $ 10–11 billion range throughout the early 1990s ) ... In 1989 they were US $ 7,429 million , and in 1996 they were US $ 7,471 million .
Author: Carin L. Holroyd
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Category: Political Science
Two of the biggest issues facing nation states in the twenty-first century are the role of government in the management of national economies, and the cultivation of international trade and investment in an age of globalization. In Government, International Trade, and Laissez-Faire Capitalism Carin Holroyd offers a comprehensive comparison of Australian, Canadian, and New Zealand policies and strategies aimed at improving economic relations with Japan, the world's second largest economy. She illustrates negative consequences that result when governments withdraw from trade promotion and leave the development of commercial opportunities to the private sector. Holroyd focuses on how Australia, Canada, and New Zealand responded to the dramatic changes in the Japanese economy that followed the 1985 Plaza Accord and currency reforms. She examines trade promotional activities, efforts to coordinate business responses to the Japanese market, and the cultivation of Japanese investment, indicating how new paradigms of state involvement in the economy influenced international trading activity. Holroyd demonstrates that rather than responding proactively to changing conditions and new opportunities, the national business sectors stayed with traditional patterns of trade and investment, losing significantly in market share and export opportunities as a consequence.
Author: Cathy J. Schlund-VialsPublish On: 2015-05-08
Those who were detained were largely men, and they were held without any specific charges, let alone actual trials. Besides their status as foreign nationals—the Issei were prohibited by law from naturalizing as U.S. citizens until 1952 ...
Author: Cathy J. Schlund-Vials
Publisher: NYU Press
Category: Social Science
Introduces key terms, research frameworks, debates, and histories for Asian American Studies Born out of the Civil Rights and Third World Liberation movements of the 1960s and 1970s, Asian American Studies has grown significantly over the past four decades, both as a distinct field of inquiry and as a potent site of critique. Characterized by transnational, trans-Pacific, and trans-hemispheric considerations of race, ethnicity, migration, immigration, gender, sexuality, and class, this multidisciplinary field engages with a set of concepts profoundly shaped by past and present histories of racialization and social formation. The keywords included in this collection are central to social sciences, humanities, and cultural studies and reflect the ways in which Asian American Studies has transformed scholarly discourses, research agendas, and pedagogical frameworks. Spanning multiple histories, numerous migrations, and diverse populations, Keywords for Asian American Studies reconsiders and recalibrates the ever-shifting borders of Asian American studies as a distinctly interdisciplinary field. Visit keywords.nyupress.org for online essays, teaching resources, and more.
The difference is that the former came to the U.S. when they were 6 years old or more, while the 1.5 generation came to the U.S. when they were younger than 6. This classification is important because although 1.5 generation children ...
Author: Russell Endo
Asian American Education--Asian American Identities, Racial Issues, and Languages presents groundbreaking research that critically challenges the invisibility, stereotyping, and common misunderstandings of Asian Americans by disrupting "customary" discourse and disputing "familiar" knowledge. The chapters in this anthology provide rich, detailed evidence and interpretations of the status and experiences of Asian American students, teachers, and programs in K-12 and higher education, including struggles with racism and other race-related issues. This material is authored by nationally-prominent scholars as well as highly-regarded emerging researchers. As a whole, this volume contributes to the deconstruction of the image of Asian Americans as a model minority and at the same time reconstructs theories to explain their diverse educational experiences. It also draws attention to the cultural and especially structural challenges Asian Americans face when trying to make institutional changes. This book will be of great interest to researchers, teachers, students, and other practitioners and policymakers concerned with the education of Asian Americans as well as other peoples of color.
Most of the women emigrated as adults; 25% came to the United States when they were older than 40. Only 10% arrived in the United States when they were younger than 18. By the time of the interview, the women had spent from 1 to 26 ...
Author: Merry Morash
Category: Social Science
This collection re-imagines the field of criminology with insights gleaned from feminist theory. Works included here illustrate that gender is a key organizing principle of social life. This means that men and women have gender, that patriarchy as well as gender must be theorized, and that other systems of oppression such as race and class must also be studied to fully understand the crime problem and the criminal justice system. Finally, the articles collected here exemplify the feminist concern for thinking consciously about how and why we do our research with the crucial goal of producing knowledge that will promote social justice.
Author: United States. Central Intelligence AgencyPublish On: 1965
But with over 60,000 U.S. expeditionary troops who have been dispersed to all battlefields in South Vietnam , the U.S. imperialists can save nothing . Everyone realize that it is at the very moment they introduced the largest number of ...
Author: United States. Central Intelligence Agency