Contains 744 annotated print citations on the Hmong of S.E. Asia, the Miao of China, and the Hmong diaspora in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and French Guiana, with the majority pertaining to the Hmong experience in the U.S. Materials from 1987-1995 in the English language are included: books and book chapters, theses and dissertation, magazine and journal articles, published conference papers, and selected reports, government documents, and newspaper articles. Includes juvenile literature. Electronic resources are also covered. Bilingual materials are included if there is an English component. Exhaustive!A Selected and Annotated Bibliography J. Christina Smith. 579. ... In America: Perspectives on Refugee Resettlement 1 (November 1988): 6-7. A profile of Kue Chaw, the leader of a forty-family Hmong community in rural McDowell County, North Carolina. ... and a low rate of delinquency Nevertheless, the study also shows the Hmong to be the least likely to continue their education beyond high school.
|Title||:||The Hmong, 1987-1995|
|Author||:||J. Christina Smith|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1996-01-01|