Korean American Families in Immigrant America
How Teens and Parents Navigate Race
"In this must-read book, Okazaki and Abelman rigorously capture portraits of how Korean American immigrant parents and their children make family work. These vivid portraits provide stereotype-breaking depictions based on lived reality riddled with nativism and racism and not simplistic accounts of 'Tiger Moms,' high expectations, and Asian immigrant success. This riveting book powerfully turns the Model Minority Stereotype on its head!"
—Gilberto Q. Conchas, UC Irvine
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