Suicide, Identity, and Acculturation: Study of a Social Problem Within the Hmong Community. Presented at the UCI Undergraduate Research Symposium By Machiline Xiong. May 15, 2004. Hmong Culture. Children Traditional Gender Roles Withhold Emotions Academic Success Family Structure
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Presented at the
UCI Undergraduate Research Symposium
May 15, 2004
(Kornblum & Julian, 2001, p. 4)
Unless a problem is perceived or recognized as potentially harmful, there will not be a response or attempts to find a solution.
Suicide Prevention Program
Assembly Bill 78
- Clinical Health Professional
(U.S. Commission on Immigrant Reform Report 1997)
Dr. Valerie Jenness
UCI Undergraduate Research Opportunities ProgramAcknowledgements
Department of Psychology & Social Behavior
University of California, Irvine