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[Special Issue On Sea Demographics] Response - Language Policy: Using The American Community Survey To Investigate Bilingualism And Biliteracy Among Immigrant Communities, Gerda De Klerk, Terrence G. Wiley Jan 2015

[Special Issue On Sea Demographics] Response - Language Policy: Using The American Community Survey To Investigate Bilingualism And Biliteracy Among Immigrant Communities, Gerda De Klerk, Terrence G. Wiley

Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

This article is a response to Mark Pfeifers Cambodian, Hmong, Lao and Vietnamese Americans in the 2005 American Community Survey and elaborates on the utility of the American Community Survey (ACS) for studying immigrant groups in the United States of America, and also compares the ACS to the U.S. Census. Neither the Census nor ACS questionnaire is structured to capture the language and literacy skills of immigrant communities in as far as these surveys only collect information about respondents oral language abilities, with a focus on English fluency. Direct, self-reported, and surrogate measures of literacy are discussed, with a ...


[Special Issue On Sea Demographics] Response - Counseling/Psychology, Loan T. Phan Jan 2015

[Special Issue On Sea Demographics] Response - Counseling/Psychology, Loan T. Phan

Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

Response to Mark E. Pfeifer's featured article.


[Special Issue On Sea Demographics] Response - Public Policy/Political Science, Sophal Ear Jan 2015

[Special Issue On Sea Demographics] Response - Public Policy/Political Science, Sophal Ear

Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

Response to Mark E. Pfeifer's featured article.


[Special Issue On Sea Demographics] Response - Community Development, Linda Trinh Vo Jan 2015

[Special Issue On Sea Demographics] Response - Community Development, Linda Trinh Vo

Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

Response to Mark E. Pfeifer's featured article.


[Special Issue On Sea Demographics] Response - Sociological Questions To Consider, Yang Sao Xiong Jan 2015

[Special Issue On Sea Demographics] Response - Sociological Questions To Consider, Yang Sao Xiong

Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

Response to Mark E. Pfeifer's featured article.


[Special Issue On Sea Demographics] Response - Sociology: A Portrait Of Adaptation, Carl L. Bankston Iii Jan 2015

[Special Issue On Sea Demographics] Response - Sociology: A Portrait Of Adaptation, Carl L. Bankston Iii

Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

Response to Mark E. Pfeifer's featured article.


Exploring The Function Of The Anti-Communist Ideology And Identity In The Vietnamese American Diasporic Community, Long S. Le Jan 2015

Exploring The Function Of The Anti-Communist Ideology And Identity In The Vietnamese American Diasporic Community, Long S. Le

Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

Anti-communist ideology in the Vietnamese American community is increasingly perceived as a destabilizing force. This article argues that when the anti-communist ideology is analyzed across time, persistence and change are part and parcel of the anti-communist identity. So that the anti-communist identity can be organized for other purposes or reproduced to reflect the concerns and needs of the growing and diverse members of the community. Moreover, it is argued that the concept of social capital may prove to be more analytical in delineating the effects of the anti-communist ideology.