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ASIAN-AMERICAN Define Asian-Americans Origin of the Asian-American Viewgraph #18-1 ORIGIN OF THE ASIAN-AMERICAN Chinese (1840s - 1882) Japanese (1860 - 1907) Filipino (1899 - 1934) Korean (1901 - 1907) Viewgraph #18-2 LEGISLATION AFFECTING ASIAN-AMERICAN

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ASIAN-AMERICAN

  • Define Asian-Americans

  • Origin of the Asian-American

Viewgraph #18-1


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ORIGIN OF THE

ASIAN-AMERICAN

  • Chinese (1840s - 1882)

  • Japanese (1860 - 1907)

  • Filipino (1899 - 1934)

  • Korean (1901 - 1907)

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LEGISLATION AFFECTING

ASIAN-AMERICAN

  • Foreign Miner’s Act

  • Naturalization Act

  • Chinese Exclusion Act

  • Gentlemen’s Agreement

  • Cable Act

  • Alien Land Act

  • Exclusionary Immigration Act

  • Tiddings-McDuffie Act

  • World Wars I and Ii

Viewgraph #18-3


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WORLD WAR II

  • Executive Order 9066

  • Repeal Chinese Exclusion Act

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STEREOTYPES

  • Myths

  • Facts

  • Reality

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CHINESE

SOCIAL STRUCTURE

  • Individual

  • Family

  • Clan

  • Respect for age

  • Strong male tradition

  • Filial piety

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JAPANESE

SOCIAL STRUCTURE

  • Patriarchal

  • Filial piety

  • Male oriented

  • Family above individual

  • Concept of “house”

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KOREAN

SOCIAL STRUCTURE

  • Social class stratification

  • Filial piety

  • Male dominance

  • Concept of “chip”

  • Strong respect for elders and Educated

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FILIPINO

SOCIAL STRUCTURE

  • Affected by outside influences

  • Less formal family relationships

  • Extended family

  • Male-female relationship exists

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CHINESE LANGUAGE

  • Oldest and most widespread on Earth

  • Spoken language is monosyllabic

  • Gesture and tone important

  • Over 1000 dialects

  • One written language

  • Ideographs for words

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JAPANESE LANGUAGE

  • Written language borrowed from China

  • Polysyllabic and mutually intelligible

  • Express ideas versus words

  • Kanji, Hirigana, Katakana written language

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KOREAN LANGUAGE

  • Written with Chinese characters

  • Grammar similar to Japanese

  • Different levels of speech

  • Dialects mutually intelligible

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FILIPINO LANGUAGE

  • 300 different languages

  • Tagalog national language

  • No sounds for f,v,w,z

  • Different dialects

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CHINESE RELIGION

  • Non-Christian

  • Confucianism

  • Taoism

  • Buddhism

  • Chinese Christianity

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JAPANESE RELIGION

  • Buddhism

  • Shinto

  • Japanese Christianity

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KOREAN RELIGION

  • Taoism

  • Buddhism

  • Confucianism

  • Korean Christianity

  • Ch’ondo-Gyo

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FILIPINO RELIGION

  • Catholic

  • Islam

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OTHER CONSIDERATIONS

  • Chinese concept of “face” and visibility

  • Japanese generations change

  • Korean concept of “kibun”

  • Filipino loyalty

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VALUES AND ATTITUDES

AFFECTING ASIAN-AMERICANS

  • Education

  • Economic issues

  • U.S. Military

  • Current problems and issues

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CURRENT PROBLEMS & ISSUES

  • Family

  • Overcoming stereotypes

  • Backlash due to new immigrants

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