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Korean American Women : Stories of Acculturation and Changing Selves

By: Pak, Jenny.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Studies in Asian Americans: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (250 p.).ISBN: 9781135521202.Subject(s): Korean American womenGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Korean American Women : Stories of Acculturation and Changing SelvesDDC classification: 305.488957073 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover ; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Dedication; Table ofContents; Acknowledgments ; Chapter One. Introduction ; Chapter Two. Culture and Identity ; History of Culture and Identity in Multicultural Counseling ; The 1960s ; The 1970s ; The 1980s ; The 1990s ; Culture Change ; Identity Development ; Acculturation ; Chapter Three. Korean American Women's Identity ; Identity and Narrative ; Raw Material: Traditional Images of Korean Women ; Family Imagery ; Religious Imagery ; Setting: Traditional Confucian Ideology ; Modernization of Korea and Women's"Changing" Self
Korean Immigrant Community and Christianity Korean Immigrant Women and Work in theU.S. ; Main Characters: Challenges for Korean American Women ; Creating Main Characters ; Integrating Main Characters ; Chapter Four. Case Study Method and Narrative Analysis ; Case Study Method ; Participant Selection ; Interview Process ; Interview Guidelines ; Interview Protocol ; Ethical Responsibility ; Transcribing Interviews ; Narrative Analysis ; Multiple Case Study ; Chapter Five. Ruth ; Early Childhood (Infancythrough Preschool): "Finding Security in an Insecure World"
Coming into the World as a Girl Early Years in America ; Finding Security ; Narrative Tone and Imagery from Early Childhood ; Late Childhood (Elementary School Years): "TheKnow It All" ; Being in the"In-Crowd" ; "Like aBoy"; Knowing Morethan the Parents ; Korean Pride ; Story Themes from Late Childhood ; Adolescence (Junior High through High School):"Unmemorable"; Because I Was a Girl ; Getting the Good Grades ; Active in the Church ; Story Themes from Adolescence ; College: "Self-Awarenessand Self-Identity" ; Parents' Continued Hold ; Opening My Eyes ; Being a Christian in a Secular World
Finding My"Roots"Back to Being Popular ; "UnknowingCondition" ; Being a Woman in a Man's World ; Finding My Passion ; Identity Issues from College Years ; Career:"Confident & Secure" ; Back to Social Isolation ; "IDid It!" ; Drive Behind a Desire to Succeed ; Achieving Economic Security ; Wake Up Call ; Missed Opportunities ; Ruth's Career and Changing Self ; Relationship: "LateBloomer"; The "ThinTiny Chapter" ; In College ; In Graduate School ; Failed Relationships ; Other Lessons from Dating ; Not as Important, ButWould Be Nice ; The Cost of Being a Highly Successful Korean American Woman
Late Bloomer Ruth's Relationship and Changing Self ; Chapter Six. Esther ; Early Childhood (Infancy through Preschool): "TheHippie Days" ; First Four Years in Germany ; How Her Family Came to America ; Narrative Tone and Imagery from Early Childhood ; Late Childhood (K through 7th Grade): "TheOther Side of the Track" ; Early Years in America ; Being Very Academic ; Being the Oldest ; The Other Side of the Track ; Story Themes from Late Childhood ; Adolescence (8th through 12th Grade): "FunYears"; Being Smart Is Not Enough ; Being a Cheerleader ; Being the Best American
Proud of Being Korean
Summary: This book examines Korean American women''s dual-cultural identity by utilizing multiple case studies.
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Cover ; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Dedication; Table ofContents; Acknowledgments ; Chapter One. Introduction ; Chapter Two. Culture and Identity ; History of Culture and Identity in Multicultural Counseling ; The 1960s ; The 1970s ; The 1980s ; The 1990s ; Culture Change ; Identity Development ; Acculturation ; Chapter Three. Korean American Women's Identity ; Identity and Narrative ; Raw Material: Traditional Images of Korean Women ; Family Imagery ; Religious Imagery ; Setting: Traditional Confucian Ideology ; Modernization of Korea and Women's"Changing" Self

Korean Immigrant Community and Christianity Korean Immigrant Women and Work in theU.S. ; Main Characters: Challenges for Korean American Women ; Creating Main Characters ; Integrating Main Characters ; Chapter Four. Case Study Method and Narrative Analysis ; Case Study Method ; Participant Selection ; Interview Process ; Interview Guidelines ; Interview Protocol ; Ethical Responsibility ; Transcribing Interviews ; Narrative Analysis ; Multiple Case Study ; Chapter Five. Ruth ; Early Childhood (Infancythrough Preschool): "Finding Security in an Insecure World"

Coming into the World as a Girl Early Years in America ; Finding Security ; Narrative Tone and Imagery from Early Childhood ; Late Childhood (Elementary School Years): "TheKnow It All" ; Being in the"In-Crowd" ; "Like aBoy"; Knowing Morethan the Parents ; Korean Pride ; Story Themes from Late Childhood ; Adolescence (Junior High through High School):"Unmemorable"; Because I Was a Girl ; Getting the Good Grades ; Active in the Church ; Story Themes from Adolescence ; College: "Self-Awarenessand Self-Identity" ; Parents' Continued Hold ; Opening My Eyes ; Being a Christian in a Secular World

Finding My"Roots"Back to Being Popular ; "UnknowingCondition" ; Being a Woman in a Man's World ; Finding My Passion ; Identity Issues from College Years ; Career:"Confident & Secure" ; Back to Social Isolation ; "IDid It!" ; Drive Behind a Desire to Succeed ; Achieving Economic Security ; Wake Up Call ; Missed Opportunities ; Ruth's Career and Changing Self ; Relationship: "LateBloomer"; The "ThinTiny Chapter" ; In College ; In Graduate School ; Failed Relationships ; Other Lessons from Dating ; Not as Important, ButWould Be Nice ; The Cost of Being a Highly Successful Korean American Woman

Late Bloomer Ruth's Relationship and Changing Self ; Chapter Six. Esther ; Early Childhood (Infancy through Preschool): "TheHippie Days" ; First Four Years in Germany ; How Her Family Came to America ; Narrative Tone and Imagery from Early Childhood ; Late Childhood (K through 7th Grade): "TheOther Side of the Track" ; Early Years in America ; Being Very Academic ; Being the Oldest ; The Other Side of the Track ; Story Themes from Late Childhood ; Adolescence (8th through 12th Grade): "FunYears"; Being Smart Is Not Enough ; Being a Cheerleader ; Being the Best American

Proud of Being Korean

This book examines Korean American women''s dual-cultural identity by utilizing multiple case studies.

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