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Ethnographies

Changes and Conflicts: Korean Immigrant Families in New York

Pyong Gap Min, Queens College of CUNY

Chapter 1: Changes and Conflicts in Family Life

Chapter 2: The Korean Community in New York

Chapter 3: Confucianism and the Korean Family System

Chapter 4: Marital Relations

Chapter 5: Child Care and Child Socialization

Chapter 6: Adjustment among the Elderly

Chapter 7: Transnational Kin and Family Ties

Chapter 8: Continuity and Change among Korean Immigrants

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