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Name: Phillip Yang, PhD
Title: Professor
Department: Sociology
Phone: 940-898-2054
Email address:
Description of research activities:   Dr. Yang is the author of Ethnic Studies: Issues and Approaches (State University of New York Press, 2000) and Post-1965 Immigration to the United States: Structural Determinants (Praeger, 1995) and the editor of Introduction to Ethnic Studies: A Reader (Kendall/Hunt Publishers, 1999). He has published more than 40 articles on immigration, citizenship acquisition, transnationalism, Chinese immigration and immigrants, Asian Americans/immigrants, and demographyin such journals as International Migration Review, Diaspora, Journal of Asian American Studies, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Ethnic Studies Review, Population and Environment, Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse, International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, Educational Studies, International Journal of Social Welfare, and in edited volumes.  His latest major project funded by the National Science Foundation examines generational differences of Asian Americans in educational attainment. He is extending this line of generational analysis to Latinos and to other areas of socioeconomic attainment.  
Keywords: Immigration, Race and Ethnicity, Asian American, Chinese American, Transnationalism, Generation

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