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New book on Korean American families (see link below) NYU applied psych professor, Asian Jewish mom: I study Asian & Asian American families | opinions are mine

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I'm thrilled and beyond proud to announce the launch of the #HarvardSyllabus, a collaborative project by students i… https://t.co/S8Zuw4AYTn
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12/8
2019
@ForecasterEnten Rescue mutt https://t.co/hfysWCJCAb
12/6
2019
“Why do research on Asian americans so focused on academic achievement in 1 group and not a full understanding of o… https://t.co/9xNUh9Qnb1
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12/3
2019
@TheJoyofCooking So tattered & fragile we have to keep it in a ziplock #showyourjoy https://t.co/8H1DI2CeQQ
11/6
2019
@aganimian @nyusteinhardt Yay!! So happy to hear this news 🤗 @HelenHsuPsyD It was therapeutic 🤒
11/4
2019
I loved #SoftPower @PublicTheaterNY Such talented cast and the creatives! I teared up in the final number... &… https://t.co/dsc9kAGlD8
11/3
2019
@ninocricco @polumechanos I also use Trint (computer automated) for English and then have undergrad RAs make manual corrections
10/22
2019
Jew-grass bluegrass music by @JoanieandM @ShaarayTefilaNY #sukkotfun https://t.co/jZ9ZqxVhVy
10/17
2019
GSAs not only promote better well-being but also increase youth critical consciousnessHope is more than just feeling optimistic https://t.co/7boYjuUC9aIncreased hope in turn reduced their depression & anxietyGSA-involved youth feel more validated by peers, feel more able to engage in social justice work, and feel more hop… https://t.co/w0WuzuGBLsIndividual youth’s active engagement in GSA increases their sense of empowermentGSAs promote mental health & critical consciousness— but how?Excited to learn about Paul Poteat’s research with @HiroYoshikawaNY on resiliency impact of Gay Straight Alliance o… https://t.co/SPOokUngSK
10/16
2019
This thread👇👇👇 https://t.co/A6zTwbJSt4Wow, just wow. #aapa2019Lots of other meaningful stuff happened this PM too, but here we are now in the closing panel already! https://t.co/YOe4gYlgqu
10/6
2019
.@AnneSawPhD talks about the challenges of truly living up to the principles of CBPR with a traumatized community #aapa2018Mark Padoongpat: ethnic origin stories and ethnic pride by themselves won’t solve structural inequalities - need fo… https://t.co/f5b0bd9NKEUnderway: interactive session on scholar-activism https://t.co/5l1ElsdAoYDay 2 of #aapa2019! I started out a day with an enlivening dialogue on undocumented AAPI communitiesMy student Christina Lee presenting her research #AAPA2019 @NYUAppliedPsych https://t.co/v8WUCFZrk7
10/5
2019
.@PatientsFilm by @TessParas is an incredibly intimate and touching short film about Fil-Am family working through… https://t.co/82YDi1FKzNHow .@TessParas turned her personal #MeToo experience into an impactful film @PatientsFilm https://t.co/nHA4JLcvtf.@TessParas gets a surprise award from .@AAPAonline https://t.co/m3Y6sJ8yes.@DoctorRamani talks about practicing everyday acts of kindness to counter everyday acts of hate https://t.co/0VF6EaZ99bMade it to the opening panel #aapa2019 https://t.co/N9ybLXvm1Z
10/4
2019
I'm watching Botham Jean's mother speak at church last night, and hoping her words get every bit as much attention… https://t.co/FqjWitYj3H
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10/3
2019
@kimmythepooh Another reason I enjoy MLB is that many teams have Asian, Black, Latino, & White players on their ros… https://t.co/pUxrfsCEos
9/28
2019
Learning that NYU is launching difficult dialogues https://t.co/3icYSEa5pjThe scope of IDBE work at NYU listed by Lisa Coleman is pretty impressive https://t.co/wJlq14H4XkHere at Inclusion, Diversity, Belonging & Equity @nyuniversity welcome reception with President Hamilton https://t.co/rM5gD4IcmB
9/25
2019
Online registration for the 2019 Convention in San Diego ends on Friday, Sep 20, by 11:59pm! Use the link below to… https://t.co/i0uEuE9Jkj
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9/19
2019
#GoBlue! https://t.co/Wk76gDVJBz
8/29
2019
Excellent series featuring mixed race Japanese ppl growing up in Japan and facing discrimination & being labeled as… https://t.co/5r2tAmoSxJ @rokwon When I was 9 month pregnant w/ my younger daughter my father had had a heart attack & a quadruple bypass. I… https://t.co/xMdsxLAANN
7/21
2019
@ejrdavid Anytime you’re ready to talk let me know. @ejrdavid Hit me up if you’re interested in publishing in our Advances in Race, Culture, & Ethnicity book series at Cognella!
7/20
2019
Last but not least, Ping Lin talks about Taiwanese migrants in Dongguan, China & Jakarta, who are privileged migran… https://t.co/5MQdbaDVZqJeehun Kim talks about mobility of Korean professional & semi-skilled workers in Singapore, where migration is enco… https://t.co/D0cwz1H6G2Her sample includes internal migration within China as well as migration to abroad that are circular, who are alway… https://t.co/JNafbkFks8Suzanne Choi talks about mobility of sexual minorities in China in context of increased openness but also governmen… https://t.co/ps7EPY3NGKAsian women scientists tended to come from more elite class privilege & supportive parents & teachers than men; PhD… https://t.co/XWpFJIzVj240 Asian female academic scientists interviewed: felt “gender shock” as a surprise in entering academia, and compro… https://t.co/VjfFpaZFGgSymposium session 2 kicks off with a talk by Anju Mary Paul on how gender affects life outcomes of Asian scientistsRural Chinese scholars in humanities also reframe his marginalization as a tool for their humanistic work (being at… https://t.co/jxrIBx9yAqTo mitigate their disadvantages in mainland Chinese academia, they go abroad, where their rural backgrounds become a valorized commodityThe rural academics narrate their early start in higher ed as full of humiliation, shame, & embarrassment due to po… https://t.co/mP2ENMmL32Most of the rural Chinese academics got their undergrad & masters degrees in mainland China and their PhDs overseasCora Xu studies mobiltiy of Chinese academics from rural China (only 0.41% of the academy)Her ethnographic study with 35 chaoxian-zu in Korea, China, & Japan found that choice of colleges in E Asia is a ra… https://t.co/5YYu1e1XrCMayumi Ishikawa studies Korean-Chinese (chaoxian-zu) students primarily from Jilin region abutting N Korea with deg… https://t.co/6g4g7CWYKaI can multitask but not well enough to live tweet during my own talk 😅Case example of a Korean goose mother’s desires for freedom & happiness for her son brings her to the US but involv… https://t.co/jaIXuJuWxYEun Kyung Chung talks about dreams & desires among Korean geese mothers in US & Damunhwa (multicultural) women in KoreaCalifornia’s community colleges have also suffered dramatically from budget cuts —> so CCs now heavily recruit inte… https://t.co/DMA5GcTb0wCase of UC System: severe budget shortfalls in late 2000s, student fee hikes, higher tuition & fees for internation… https://t.co/kHijPidMB0Stephanie Kim talks about student mobility in terms of structure of universities and its globalization projectLast day of #ICAS11 & our double symposia on Student & Skilled Mobilities across Asia & Beyond organized by Anju Ma… https://t.co/WbgWxpBCZi
7/19
2019
Across the talks, there’s a strong inter generational reproduction of inequality (like all other societies): over-r… https://t.co/6nNCEYXzUxProf Nakazawa studies risk factors associated with poverty in Japan: the usual suspects (lower education, lack or u… https://t.co/6y5kRBkGfVShe found that yes, they’re more likely to be chronically poor - but this is because of their parents’ earning powerMisaki Matano studies middle-aged unmarried people still living with parents in Japan (now ~17%) — is it because of poverty?The gender gap has been shrinking over time but gender difference in why they leave home still remains; parental SES is not a big effectProf Hayashi talks about timing of kids moving out of parental home: Japan has higher gender difference in age of k… https://t.co/bUKEeOf1QUHe asks if single parenthood caused by parent death vs divorce have a differential outcome on children well-being:… https://t.co/Iy2WUCW3EPProf Fujihara talks about single parent families in Japan - increasing in # because of divorce but still relatively lowProf Furura talks about increase in student loan burden in Japan: lower SES families are more debt averse but their… https://t.co/Qn37hw3uwoSymposium on social inequality in Japan - life course from adolescence to adulthood at #ICAS11 #icas2019
7/18
2019
Anxious parents are angry with their adult kids for their lack of interest & initiative to find a mate (“too busy”… https://t.co/yeTKCLCNSYJean-Baptiste Pettier talks about marriage markets in China where parents advertise their marriageable adult childr… https://t.co/nINP0iNgxELi Jun interviewed Chinese grad students studying abroad in France - like other study abroad phenom, it sounds like… https://t.co/Tzqw8iWi7VBack at #ICAS11 attending a symposium on parenting practices in China - Manon Laurent talks about professionalizati… https://t.co/SFSuteEdBx
7/17
2019
Day elaborates on Rachel’s expertise on microcredit (the poor must become an entrepreneur instead of striking or pr… https://t.co/JTJyEfT021Hong elaborates on Black Excellence idea: succeeding in a genre meant to exclude you generates affective (spiteful) pleasureMariam Lam argues Rachel & Nick’s coupling represents the new Asian empire (trans-Pacific, old + new)Iyko Day talks about the character Rachel Chu’s occupation as an econ professor w/ expertise in micro finance & gam… https://t.co/vjjVPvfy2aHow is CRA (the movie) a movement? Is it? Grace K Hong argues that as a rom com that “resolves” historical racial-s… https://t.co/dVI6Akz9rJAttending #ICAS11 in Leiden: a panel on Crazy Rich Asian https://t.co/u8zY6Mi78h
7/16
2019
Congratulations to the US Women’s Soccer Team — World Cup Champs. And welcome to New York City, my home town, for a… https://t.co/p863JxoObu
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7/8
2019
@nytopinion @JessieKanzer I’m glad you & your family escaped an oppressive regime, granted asylum, & are now free t… https://t.co/0ToZ0Wm1tP
7/5
2019
@ejrdavid .@ejrdavid I saw the news and immediately thought of you. I know how much being in Alaska means to you &… https://t.co/7g2381CL8D
7/2
2019
Let's support the organization that is fighting this horror day in and day out @RAICESTEXAS https://t.co/8ki1GSvKvJThis @nytimes the Daily podcast was a hard listen. Our country is broken when we allow this cruelty to continue: In… https://t.co/lHyQLzB2eM
7/1
2019
Thanks for the mention of our recent TPS special issue @APA Addressing the Global Refugee Crisis https://t.co/DElQl3KMXq via @APA
6/30
2019
Wrapping up the 2-day workshop with a group discussion about how developmental scholars working with Chinese popula… https://t.co/O9pNQGx7qAHe argues this actually might be an expression of migrant optimism (parents of migrant & left-behind girls accurate… https://t.co/Cfm5En62oPSebastian found that parents of migrant kids and left-behind kids have higher educational expectations for their daughters than for sonsLast but not least: @sebastiancherng’s recorded presentation on migrant optimism in China by child gender & hukou t… https://t.co/LhyUv9C97PAlso contained in this socialization practice is the teachers’ critique of modern Chinese parents who also lack yishiChinese preschool teachers shape the kids’ behavior to cultivate 意识 (social awareness) - how to do things independe… https://t.co/TaWbflE8SbChang Liu uses ethnographies to study preschools in China and the US https://t.co/PoU8ag1dbOParents’ differential treatment of siblings didn’t necessarily lead to negative sibling relationships - this makes… https://t.co/a2dmxBZgOtBin-Bin studies what’s happening in Chinese families with more than one child; do parents’ favoritism toward one ch… https://t.co/xHjjL3RWITBin-Bin Chen jokes about his name having lots of masculine qualities (double of both 文 & 武) https://t.co/3qBok4IG6pDanli Li studied father-child emotion expressivity in interaction tasks among Chinese families https://t.co/FzhoKKbhSdGuangzhen Zhang of Southeast University shares her work on the link between family SES and child development in Chi… https://t.co/RkgVRn7X1GAbout 28% of moms in the (highly educated) Beijing sample tended to be “overfeeding” in their approach to their 6-m… https://t.co/QObVZXiF7s
6/23
2019

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