SOCW 297 A - Asian Families in America
Offers a comparative analysis of Asian families as they cope and adapt to American society. Examines: 1) how families from four major Asian-American groups (Chinese, Indian, Japanese and Korean) function in American society; 2) how these families compare to families in their country of origin; and 3) how these families are similar to or different from the 'typical American' family. Includes visits to Asian cultural institutions and with Asian families. Course Information: Same as AAS 297 and HDFS 221.
Restricted to SOCW Majors/Minors until July 15th.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate