Archive for November, 2008

Psychosocial Measurement Tools for Asian Americans

Found this useful website, “Psychosocial Measures for Asian-American Populations: Tools for Direct Practice and Research” curated by Dr. Marianne R. Yoshioka, Associate Professor at Columbia University School of Social Work. The assessment tools covers the whole spectrum of Asian American ethnicities: East Asians, South Asians, Southeast Asians, Pacific Islanders, and Multiple Asian Groups. The website […]

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evangelistic zeal of Korean Americans

Los Angeles Times posted its second of two articles by K. Connie Kang about the growth of ethnic Korean American churches in Southern California — Southern California’s Korean Christians put a premium on evangelism. Selected highlights are excerpted below: Visit a large Korean church in Southern California and you are likely to see a distinctive […]

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Growth of Korean Churches in Southern California

Los Angeles Times published the 1st article of a 2-part series, “Korean churches growing rapidly in Southern California” by K. Connie Kang. Some of the highlights are excerpted: Korean immigrants in Greater Los Angeles have established the biggest Korean community outside Asia, and their growing influence on the business community is well known. Perhaps less […]

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